Kanye West’s controversial Glastonbury performance happened over the weekend, and while the overall show got mostly good reviews his attempt at covering Queen’s “Bohemian Rhapsody” drew the ire of pretty much everyone. Here’s where you can see the awful performance.
How would you feel if every concert ended no later than 11:00 p.m.? That’s what this one blogger wants – and it might be the least rock ‘n’ roll thing ever said.
It’s going to be an epic summer of rock concerts in Boston and the Greater New England area. Here are the 5 concerts to look forward to the most, plus the top 5 shows of all the ZLX DJs.
In a bombshell festival announcement, the Newport Folk Festival added Roger Waters to the lineup Thursday morning. The rock legend will play the famed Rhode Island festival for the first time, but says he will have a special “curated” setlist – a.k.a., not a lot of Pink Floyd.
David Lee Roth turned in a serviceable performance at the Billboard Music Awards, but his real moment came during the bizarre red carpet interview, where he admitted he doesn’t even listen to rock ‘n’ roll.
By Matt Dolloff (@mattdolloff) U2 drummer Larry Mullen Jr. lost his father, Laurence Joseph Mullen Sr., at the age of 92 on Sunday. The funeral is set for Wednesday or Thursday in Dublin. Despite speculation […]
Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley Continue to Complain About the “Death” of Rock ‘n’ Roll and the Music Industry
Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley went on yet another rant about the “death” of rock ‘n’ roll and the music industry. Here’s why they are still wrong, and they should probably spend less time complaining and more time on their own music.
By Matt Dolloff (@mattdolloff) Spoiler alert! U2 announced tour dates to support their new album Songs of Innocence months ago, but the details of the shows themselves on the Innocence and Experience remained secret – […]
There’s plenty of stories about the man that seem too crazy to be true, but they are. A famed U.K. music publicist told one such story involving Moon and an unfortunate desk in the wrong place at the wrong time.
A new study measured the loudness of Taylor Swift’s new album and concluded it was “louder” than AC/DC’s ‘Back in Black’, which made the internet say the pop singer is louder than the guys from Down Under. Here’s why that couldn’t be further from the truth.