It will be almost 40 years to the day of its original release when EMI releases the newest anniversary edition of the most influential David Bowie album of all time. A remastered version of 1972′s ‘The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders From Mars’ will be released on June 4.
Last week fans of Guns N’ Roses could buy the band’s ‘Greatest Hits’ album for less than a movie theater gumball. The result: a 572 percent surge in sales for the 14 song collection, good enough for the No. 3 spot on Billboard’s album sales chart for the week.
In addition to working on a book large enough to read from Venus, as seen in this photo dispatch from their official site, Kiss has some other big plans in April. The rockers will be appear at high profile events like the NCAA Final Four in New Orleans, on ABC’s ‘Dancing With the Stars’ and the ACM Awards in Las Vegas on CBS.
Quiet Riot have stabilized their lead singer situation, announcing this week that Scott Vokoun would take the microphone when the band resumes touring on March 28 in Scottsdale, Ariz. The little-known Vokoun replaces Keith St. John (Montrose), who was filling in after the firing of Mark Huff.
Even a new album by Bruce Springsteen may not be enough to toss Adele from the top of the Billboard album sales charts. The magazine reports that ‘Wrecking Ball‘ sold an impressive 200,000 copies in it’s first week of sales, but also that his tally is a few thousand fewer than Adele’s ’21.’
Def Leppard and Poison will begin a tour of North America in June, crossing the country in 32 days, with 18 shows in the U.S. and Canada. It’s the second extended stretch of dates featuring the two ’80s rock bands, who toured extensively together in 2009.
Politics, the loss of Clarence Clemons and Occupy Wall Street are just three of the topics Bruce Springsteen discusses in an interview with ‘The Daily Show’ host Jon Stewart that will cover Rolling Stone next week.
Slash has released more details on his second solo album, the follow-up to the 2010 ‘Slash’ project which featured a crowd of guest-vocalists. ‘Apocalyptic Love’ will feature Myles Kennedy on vocals and be released on May 22 through Slash’s Dik Hayd International label.
David Lee Roth has always been as much style as substance, and in an interview with the New York Post, he says today’s bands are lacking that proper mixture — an opinion he says is shared by other (unnamed) artists as well.
In recent weeks Van Halen fans have been reminded of a number of David Lee Roth‘s other passions and he addresses one — sheep herding — in this video from the Van Halen News Desk. The singer takes viewers through the art of training a dog to herd, mixing in quips that only he could think of along the way.
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