Roger Waters Plans New Solo Album, Live DVD from ‘Wall’ Tour
While he might be currently looking in the rear view mirror, celebrating the legacy of Pink Floyd’s classic ‘The Wall’ album, the experience has put Roger Waters in the planning mode for a new solo album, which would be his first proper solo release since 1990’s ‘Amused to Death.’
Steven Van Zandt Says Television Success Was ‘Unexpected’
If Steven Van Zandt is forever best known as the guitarist for Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band, he’ll be perfectly fine with that. After all, the checks associated with that distinction are probably more than okay, right?
Yes Recruit New Singer For Upcoming Tour Dates
Perpetual change has been a key theme in the more than 40 years that Yes have been performing as a unit. In the latest chapter, it appears that vocalist Benoit David, himself a replacement for original lead singer Jon Anderson, has been replaced.
The Eagles’ Joe Walsh Firming Up Release Plans For New Solo Album
Now that Joe Walsh has officially wrapped up ‘Analog Man,’ his first album of new solo material in 20 years, he’s planning to release it in May or June.
Kiss Mini-Golf Course To Open In Las Vegas
Gene Simmons always seems to get the last word and now he’s getting the last hole – on the very first Kiss-branded mini-golf course, which is scheduled to open March 2012 in Las Vegas.
Clarence Clemons Leaves Behind A Holiday Gift With Two New Christmas Songs
Although we tragically lost the “Big Man” earlier this year, the lasting legacy of Clarence Clemons can be felt this holiday season with two newly available Christmas tunes that have just been released.