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Rock Star Stage Names: The Stories Behind Their Famous Monikers
Marilyn Manson, Slash, Gene Simmons... their names have become synonymous with rock 'n' roll and debauchery. But what about the names Brian Warner, Saul Hudson and Chaim Weitz? They don't quite have that ring to them, do they? That's why some of our favorite rockers have rechristened themselves with brand spankin' new stage names ...
Obituary Drummer Speaks Out on Andrew W.K. Controversy
For years now, party anthem architect Andrew W.K. has been defending himself against online allegations that he is, in fact, not one man, but a record label-concocted persona, forged in the spirit of commerce, who's been portrayed on stage and on record by a number of different actors...
Jon Anderson Becomes American Citizen, Supports Obama
"I just love the idea of being part of the dream, part of the future," Jon Anderson, best known as the frontman of Yes, tells Noisecreep. "Everybody looks to America for some semblance of order. When I tour around Europe, people are thinking of America on such a different level this year...
Bob Kulick: Only Guitarist Who Worked With Lemmy and Michael Bolton
Veteran guitarist Bob Kulick has had the kind of career that speaks volumes of his range and talent. He's the kind of musician who can lay down guitars on anything from hard rock to R&B and not even flinch. He first came to most music geeks through his work with Kiss in the '70s and his stint playing in Meat Loaf's Neverland Express band. If...
Bob Kulick Reminisces About His Days With Meat Loaf
In 1977, 'Bat Out of Hell' was the biggest rock album across the globe. Sung dramatically by Meat Loaf and written by Jim Steinman, the seven-song rock 'n' roll opera remains one of the biggest selling albums of all time. The material's stylistic breadth and technicality needed to be played by top-notch musicians for a tour to ever work...