Trixter Brings Original Lineup to ‘New Audio Machine’
Trixter have returned after a two-decade hiatus. The band's original lineup -- which apparently hasn't aged a day -- reunited for 'New Audio Machine,' hitting shelves and digital retailers on Apr. 24.
Meat Loaf Announces ‘Hell in a Handbasket’ Tracklist, Art and Release Date
Meat Loaf is a man of his word. This summer, the former 'Celebrity Apprentice' star promised three new albums to commemorate his 40th anniversary of his career, and so far, he's delivering, with the first, 'Hell in a Handbasket,' slated for a March 13 release.
Sammy Hagar Explains Why Chickenfoot Will Never Play Van Halen Songs
Outspoken Chickenfoot frontman Sammy Hagar has a few steadfast stances that he will never budge on. One is that Chickenfoot will never play any Van Halen or Hagar solo tracks live. Another is that air will eventually destroy us all. Let him explain.
Bob Dylan Serenades Scorsese at Critics’ Choice Movie Awards
The director of 'Shine a Light' had the light shined on him last night. Bob Dylan was on hand to honor legendary filmmaker Martin Scorsese at the Critics' Choice Movie Awards. And though he sang "No one can sing the blues like blind Willie McTell," it's safe to say that in actuality, no one can sing the blues today like Dylan.
Paul McCartney – 2011 Artist of the Year Winner
Paul McCartney had a banner year in 2011 -- and now has one more accolade to show for it. The former Beatle has been named the first-ever Ultimate Classic Rock Awards Artist of the Year.
Cee Lo Green Angers Fans by Imagining Different John Lennon Lyrics
Cee Lo Green is known for doing his own thing, from feathered costumes and defying gravity to dropping the f-bomb in every chorus of his biggest hit. But when the soulful singer changed lyrics to John Lennon's legendary 'Imagine,' fans felt like it was a 'F--- You' to the former Beatle's message.
Nils Lofgen Mourns Clarence Clemons on ‘Old School’
In Nils Lofgen's eyes, E Street will forever be missing a cherished neighbor. The guitar legend is still mourning the loss of E Street Band saxophonist Clarence Clemons, who died following a stroke six months ago.