Eric Lacy of MLive reports:
Plans for Cadillac High, a feature film based on KISS' 1975 visit to Cadillac, Michigan are still alive and expected to bring work to the state that helped the band get famous, rocker Gene Simmons told MLive.com.
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Guitarist Tony MacAlpine has announced tour dates.
His first tour of the USA in over a decade. MacAlpine will be playing his album Maximum Security in full as part of the set, along with a preview of his upcoming solo album Concrete Gardens.
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Although it’s said you can never go home again, Slash featuring Myles Kennedy and The Conspirators have announced that today (July 31st) they’ll celebrate the release of their new album World On Fire by returning to the iconic guitarist’s stomping grounds with a series of three … [Read More...]
The world heard a new version of the Aerosmith classic Dream On during the Spring 2014 premiere of ESPN’s award-winning news magazine show, E:60. Recorded in Los Angeles in early April, the song features Steven Tyler and Joe Perry, who are joined by the Southern California … [Read More...]
Alan K. Stout from The Weekender spoke with KISS frontman Paul Stanley. Excerpts appear below.
On the Rock N' Roll Hall of Fame:
“It's such a sham,” he said. “Year after year, you look at the inductees, and most people on the street scratch their heads about half of them. … [Read More...]
Rock guitarist, bandleader and songwriter Dick Wagner has died at the age of 71, reports Classic Rock Magazine.
He's respected for being a driving force in Alice Cooper's band during his School's Out and Welcome To My Nightmare era of the 1970s. He wrote the song, Only Women … [Read More...]