Former Oasis singer Liam Gallagher -- now the frontman of Beady Eye -- told Live Magazine that he'd rather still be in Oasis. Gallagher, who is working on a new Beady Eye album at the moment, says people have the wrong idea if they think he's anti-Oasis.
Having sold more than 100 million records over the course of their 47-year career, German rock gods Scorpions will certainly be missed once the final note rings out at the last date of their two-and-a-half-year farewell tour later this year. But, as longtime guitarist Matthias Jabs explained in a recent interview with Guitarworld.com, the band doesn’t want to fall victim to an avoidable element that has tainted the legacies of so many groups before them: time.
The Explorers Club, a six-man band from South Carolina, have a sound that's unique in the 21st century -- mainly because it is heavily influenced by the vocal harmony styles and production qualities of The Beach Boys and other mid-'60s pop bands.
Paul McCartney will commemorate the release of his new album, Kisses On The Bottom, with a free streaming performance that takes place 7 p.m. PST Thursday, February 9, from Capitol Studios, where much of the new album was recorded. Fans can watch the show through iTunes.
Eagle Rock Entertainment will release Santana Live At Montreux 2011 as a 2DVD set and on Blu-ray on February 21. The 23-track DVD was filmed in high-definition and recorded in DTS-HD Master Audio, Dolby Digital 5.1 and LPCM Stereo.
In an interview with the Metro, Paul McCartney said he sometimes finds it hard to believe he was in The Beatles. McCartney added that he's happy the novelty of being in the most important band in the history of rock and roll still hadn't faded for him.
Everyone's favorite top-hatted guitarist has just the release date for his upcoming second solo album. Slash will release the as-yet-untitled album on May 22 through his own Dik Hayd International Label.
Adrenaline Mob have posted samples of two new songs -- "All on the Line" and "Indifferent" from their upcoming debut album, Omertá, online. You can check them out on the band's Facebook page, or stream them below.
In a surprising turn of events, drummer Bill Ward has issued a statement on his official website stating that he may choose to sit out this year's Black Sabbath reunion -- both the new album and subsequent live dates -- unless he is presented with a fair contract.