Def Leppard frontman Joe Elliott stopped by the Noisecreep offices in New York to hang out and talk about rock and roll. More specifically, the gentle giant (trust us...he's as tall as the day is long) sat down in our studios to discuss the
We've been in the news business a long time. So we can tell you, without reservation, that, when it comes to the news, some days are just heavier than others. Today, my friends, is one of them ultra heavy days. Al
Songs and summer go hand in hand: outdoor concerts, the iPod playing during a run through the park or a stereo jamming during a family cookout. To celebrate Independence Day, Noisecreep recognizes some of the best songs of summer. Ma
Poor Farrah Fawcett. The world was just starting to mourn her death when someone even more iconic kicked the bucket. Unless you live under a rock, you know by now that Michael Jackson died yesterday at the age of 50, from sudden cardiac arrest (we're hoping he left us the Elephant man's bones in his will). It's weird when two
Yesterday afternoon, the Noisecreep office was graced by the presence of Def Leppard frontman Joe Elliott, who is a bona fide riot. He's also crazy tall, which we never knew before. Def Lep's tour with
So, it was a long weekend for White Noise. We attended a barbecue in Atlantic City on Saturday, and then hit the casinos. Sunday brought another Father's Day. We're not sure about you, but we never know what to get dad for his birthday or on holidays...
We've made it to another Friday, and finally, it appears the weather's clearing a bit here in New York. Finally. We're capping off the week with more news from Poison's Bret Michaels, details on some Aerosmith- and Mötley Crüe-related arrests, and of course, the latest tour announcements and new album info. We've also got some "American Idol" news for you this morning..
So, yesterday, we posted a story about producer Jason Suecof, and some of the parodies he's created over the years, mocking some of metal's biggest names. The story actually contained audio of one such parody, called "Shadows Balls." B
Well, Bretgate isn't over yet. That much-promised statement from Bret Michaels, concerning his recent appearance at last Sunday's Tony Awards, during which a descending stage prop essentially kicked Bret's butt, has finally been released, and it's a winner. A
Bretgate 2009 rages on. You'd think getting smacked in the face with a stage prop and dropped like a bad habit was the worst thing that's ever happened to Bret Michaels (after Taya Parker, of course), but let's face it: Bret hasn't had this much press since the late 80s. Bu
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