Dee Snider Goes Under the Blade on ‘Celebrity Apprentice’
Dee Snider was forced to sit out of most of the storefront window-dressing fun on ‘Celebrity Apprentice’ tonight (March 3) due to the broken finger he suffered on last week’s episode, but he still managed to make his presence and sense of humor felt.
King’s X Drummer Jerry Gaskill Suffers Heart Attack
King’s X drummer Jerry Gaskill suffered a heart attack Saturday night (Feb. 25). Fortunately, the group reports that he is in stable condition following surgery at an unknown hospital.
Meat Loaf Sees (And Talks To) Dead People
Meat Loaf has revealed that he has seen — and talked to — ghosts several times in his life.
Styx, Ted Nugent, REO Speedwagon Announce 2012 Tour
Styx, Ted Nugent and REO Speedwagon are teaming up for a 30-date triple-threat summer tour named “The Midwest Rock ‘N Roll Express,” which will kick off May 1 in Hidalgo, Texas and cross all over the country before winding up in Gilford, N.Y. on July 7.
Chickenfoot Announce 2012 U.S. Tour
Chickenfoot has announced a 20-date 2012 U.S. tour in support of their recent album ‘III.’ The trek, dubbed the “Different Devil Tour 2012,” will kick off May 4 in Lake Tahoe, Nev. and wind up June 10 in Los Angeles, Calif.
Kiss, Queen with Adam Lambert to Headline 2012 Sonisphere Festival
Kiss and Queen (featuring Adam Lambert on vocals) will headline separate nights of the 2012 Sonisphere Festival in England this summer. This news seemingly ends weeks of speculation as to whether or not Lambert would be joining Queen in some capacity.
Dee Snider Helps Sell $330,000 Worth of Sandwiches on the ‘Celebrity Apprentice’ Debut
Twisted Sister frontman Dee Snider, known for his outrageous stage persona, revealed himself to be — and this is no surprise for his longtime fans — a thoughtful, caring and productive team member on the debut episode of this season’s ‘Celebrity Apprentice’ tonight.
MC5 Bassist Michael Davis Dies
Michael Davis of the highly influential band MC5 died on Friday (Feb. 17) at age 68 following a battle with liver disease. The bassist played on all three of the group’s studio records, including the legendary 1969 album ‘Kick Out the Jams.’
Van Halen Thrill Kentucky in 2012 Tour Kick Off Date
Van Halen hit the ground running on the first show of their 2012 tour in Louisville, Ky. tonight (Feb. 18), proving that a four-year layoff has done pretty much nothing to diminish their ability to delight a sold-out arena crowd with both old and new songs.
‘Archie Meets Kiss’ Issue Four – Sneak Peek
Kiss‘s battle against zombies in Riverdale are about to come to an end, with the fourth and final issue of ‘Archie Meets Kiss’ headed to comic book stores next Wednesday (Feb. 22). Don’t wanna wait that long? We’ve got an exclusive sneak peek for you!
Boston’s ‘More Than a Feeling’ Performed on ‘American Idol’
A quartet of young ‘American Idol‘ hopefuls calling themselves Make You Believe teamed up to forget the words to the Boston classic ‘More Than a Feeling’ on tonight’s episode of the singing competition, although to be fair two of the members were dealing with a nasty flu.
Neal Schon and Michaele Salahi Go On ‘Today’ to Defend Themselves Against 50 Million Dollar Lawsuit
Journey guitarist Neal Schon and his new love Michaele Salahi appeared on the ‘Today’ show this morning (Feb. 15) to tell their side of the story that found Michaele abruptly leaving her husband and former ‘Housewives of D.C.’ co-star Tareq Salahi last September.