A film about CBGB, the legendary New York City rock venue that closed its doors in 2006, is in the works, and several top roles have already been cast; Alan Rickman will portray CBGB founder Hilly Kristal, for instance.
Mick Jagger hosted the May 19 edition of Saturday Night Live, which happened to be the show's season finale -- and the final appearance of longtime cast member Kristen Wiig (Gilly, Penelope, Kat and a million other characters).
As we recently reported, Mick Jagger will be hosting the May 19 season finale of NBC's Saturday Night Live. It was an announcement that left us wondering about that night's musical guests -- especially since Jagger was merely named the host.
I think it's safe to say that most of us were hoping that Courtney Love's attack on Dave Grohl was a one-off incident, but it looks like the Hole singer is still carrying a grudge against the Foo Fighters frontman.
Lemmy. That one word is enough to conjure up an image of the epitome of the Jack Daniel's-swilling, chain-smoking rock and roller so out-of-the-movies it's hard to believe he really exists until you find yourself sitting next to him at the Rainbow.
Sadly, no major rock acts have recorded albums in outer space. Yet. Foo Fighters' Dave Grohl wants to change all that. “We have an idea. It’s kind of a really big idea,” he told MTV News, when asked about plans for a new album. “[We’re going to record it] in space. To tape. An analog moonshot.”
At age 69, Paul McCartney is busier than he was when he was 29. His new album, Kisses On The Bottom, came out February 7. He got his own star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on February 9. He was honored as MusiCares Person of the Year on February 10. And he closed out Sunday night's Grammy Awards with a performance of The Beatles' "The End" that featured a jam with Bruce Springsteen, Joe Walsh and Dave Grohl.
One of the highlights from last night's 54th Grammy Awards broadcast on CBS was the event's final moment -- a performance of The Beatles' "Golden Slumbers," "Carry That Weight" and "The End" by Paul McCartney and his band.