Today in Music News 5.16.17
Every weekday we take a look at what's happening in music news. Check out the headlines for today, here!
- A really complicated lawsuit is starting to put a damper on Iron Maiden's concerts. There are multiple parties involved in the dispute over who gets credits to the song "Hallowed Be Thy Name", and since everything is all screwed up with it - the band's not performing the hit during their shows. Basically, don't expect to hear "Hallowed Be Thy Name" live until the entire mess gets figured out.
- Can you believe that it's already been 30 years since Motley Crue's Girls, Girls, Girls album came out? Well, the band is celebrating this milestone by releasing an anniversary edition this summer. So far we don't know what's included in the release, but you'll be able to get your own on August 25th!
- Alice Cooper just had a fun show in Nashville earlier this week! He was joined by original band members Michael Bruce, Dennis Dunaway and Neal Smith. If you’d like to watch it, you can right here! But don’t forget to check Alice out when he comes to Minnesota this summer for two shows. You can check out ticket info on our Concert Calendar.
- Speaking of reunions, looks like hurt feelings are being left in the past for Van Halen! In a new interview, Sammy Hagar makes the possibility of both lead singers (him and David Lee Roth) taking the stage at the same time a very real thing. Nothing has been set in stone yet – but we’ll keep you updated!
SOURCE: Ultimate Classic Rock