Friday, May 22, 2015
Dennis DeYoung will spend the summer of 2015 out on the road performing the songs he helped put into the chapters of Rock n Roll. Getting to this point was pretty much a Grand Illusion. Dennis truly didn't dream of becoming a rock star. He's live in at Speedstreet FREE FREE tomorrow night
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Thursday, May 21, 2015
Bat Out Of Hell is headed to Broadway!!!! The man behind the chorus is Classic Rock legend Todd Rundgren. Wait! Isn't Bat Out Of Hell a Meat Loaf thing? Rundgren is the only producer that believed in the original seed for the album. It was his skills that made the music come to life. He was spoofing this really good musician out of Jersey. Springsteen...
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Wednesday, May 20, 2015
The Rolling Stones hit the road this Sunday in San Diego. Keith Richards admits the first couple of days of The Zip Code Tour rehearsals are a little testy but things are going great. Except with this thing called Social Media. One of the members doesn't even have a smart phone.
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Tuesday, May 19, 2015
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Friday, May 15, 2015
Steven Tyler talks about his new release which has dropped into a fresh field of country livin. His new song is titled "Love Is Your Name." According to the Aerosmith front man he's always written in the style of Country. It later grew into the edge that first made him famous.
Thursday, May 14, 2015
The age of live concerts performed on the radio has returned. Tonight U2 will broadcast their opening night performance on 99.7 The Fox and other iHeart Media Radio stations around the country. Absolutely the band was willing to talk about it. Eight months after U2 released Songs of Innocence, the band's 13th studio album, the Innocence & Experience tour in support of it gets underway tonight (Thursday) at the Rogers Arena in Vancouver, Canada. Despite being around for more than 35 years, Bono tells us the band still has opening night jitters. "It's a sickening feeling. It's a nauseous, nauseous feeling, and then there's just a certain sound that a U2 crowd makes and it just makes all that stuff go away." The Edge adds that while they may be nervous, the opening of a tour is the one show where they "learn more about what we're doing tonight than any other time in the tour. We'll be taking away a lot of lessons from tonight and I'm sure there will a lot of changes come nights two, three and four." Tonight's show will also be the first time they get to perform songs off of Songs of Innocence in a concert setting. Bono says, "We're gonna find out tonight how tightly people hold onto those songs. That's what you don't know." U2 will do another show in Vancouver on Friday followed by San Jose, California on Monday and Tuesday.