It happens to every major rock artist eventually: the '80s big-hair cover. Case in point? Mr. John Mayer.
The award winning singer-songwriter just recorded a guest DJ spot on the Sirius XM radio show The Spectrum. During the taped show, Mayer spins some of his favorite tunes and also pulls out his ever-near
One thing you can say about Tesla -- they've been able to sustain a massive fan base for well more than two decades. The band will celebrate its 25th anniversary with a new live album of deep cuts for the die-hard fans. The band also plans to release an album of ne
Calling all shower and car singers! Starting Jan. 12, 2010, Hollywood's first real Heavy Metal Karaoke gives the average metal fan a chance at super stardom. The event, which will be hosted by Phil Varone of Skid Row and Saigon Kick fame, operates like normal karaoke. Only instead of singing in time with a vo
We feel bad for Kristen Randall, but only a tiny bit bad. The keyboardist for Los Angeles symphonic death metal assemblage Winds of Plague became the former keyboardist for Los Angeles symphonic death metal assemblage Winds of Plague yesterday, and later on today, we'll be bringing you her reasons for leaving the band. But for the rest of
Tomorrow's going to be fun. Unfortunately, our editor, Seth Werkheiser, is going to be out of town for this week's podcast, but the good news is Satyricon is this week's special guest. Robert Pasbani from
Sebastian Bach is bringing his outlaw attitude to a place where it belongs -- country music. The perennial youth gone wild is feeling more kinship with that genre these days than the reunion acts from back when his metal band, Skid Row, sold millions of albums 20 years ago.
"For some reason, Skid Row fans or my fans are so hung up on these three or four tunes t
Lynam rocked out on Vince Neil's Motley Cruise 2008, and this November the Alabama band will join the ShipRocked boat cruise, alongside Queensryche, Tesla, Ratt, Skid Row, Niki Barr Band, Stonerider, Broken Teet
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