Month: May 2018

Page: 9

THE DEVIL WEARS PRADA Releases Cover Of JULIEN BAKER’s ‘Sour Breath’ Read The Article

When you bought an album (LP) of your favorite group / band / artist back in the 60’s, you got the songs, usually about 10 to 12 of them, the liner notes and of course the album cover art work. Yes, and for some a new surface to de-seed…. On May 27, 1967, Columbia and […]

27th May 2017, Gregg Allman, founding member of the The Allman Brothers Band died at the age of 69 at his home in Savannah, Georgia. Allman had suffered a recurrruence of liver cancer five years ago, died from complications of the disease. The band’s main songwriter early on, Allman contributed compositions like ‘Dreams’ and ‘Whipping […]

GENE SIMMONS: ‘The Problem Is That Politicians Are Telling You What You Want To Hear’ Read The Article

“Sitting in the stands of the sports arena, waiting for the show to begin…” Many people fist heard those words on May 27, 1975 when Paul McCartney’s band “Wings” released their 4th LP “Venus and Mars”. While Paul and company were recording the record, John Lennon, in a nostalgic mood during his Lost Weekend period, […]

ANTHRAX’s CHARLIE BENANTE: ‘The Metal Community Is Probably One Of The Most Loyal Communities’ Read The Article

CRO-MAGS Founder HARLEY FLANAGAN Sues Band Over Name Read The Article

DEF LEPPARD Guitarist PHIL COLLEN Leaves Tour; TRIXTER’s STEVE BROWN Steps In Read The Article

Bob Dylan was playing a concert at London’s Royal Albert Hall on May 27, 1966. Before the concert, The Beatles stopped by Bob’s dressing room. Paul McCartney was hoping a new song they had written would impress Dylan. The song Paul played him would eventually become “Tomorrow Never Knows.” Dylan listened a bit and then […]

MYLES KENNEDY On Reuniting With SLASH & THE CONSPIRATORS: ‘There Was Unfinished Business’ Read The Article

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