It's well known that Jimi Hendrix was looking to branch out and make some stylistic changes not long before his death in 1970. It's also well known that Hendrix and trumpet master Miles Davis were making plans to work together in a new project.
In 2011, longtime Jeff Beck fans were excited by rumors that the legendary guitarist was about to record a blues album with Rod Stewart. The album would've marked the first time the pair worked together since the mid-'80s ("Infatuation," anyone?) and their first full-length album of new material since their days in the Jeff Beck Group in 1969.
During Paul McCartney's show in Goiânia, Brazil, earlier this week, the stage was invaded by a swarm of grasshoppers. As McCartney, 70, played his three-hour set, several grasshoppers settled in on his shirt. As you can see in the video below, McCartney even introduced one of them ("Harold") to the audience.
Gina Stile has been involved in several successful projects over the years, including the '80s bands Poison Dollys and Envy. She's opened for Aerosmith on a string of dates and had an album produced by Dee Snider of Twisted Sister. Her current all-female project, Thunderbox, is generating a lot of buzz in the New York area. And it doesn't hurt that she’s one hell of a guitar player.
This past Wednesday night, Northern California native John Fogerty took a break from the promo schedule for his upcoming Wrote a Song for Everyone album to join the Rolling Stones onstage at the HP Pavilion in San Jose.
Earlier today, Slayer posted an update on the facts surrounding the death of guitarist Jeff Hanneman, who died May 2, at a Southern California hospital at age 49. According to the statement, Hanneman's official cause of death was alcohol-related cirrhosis.
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His first car, in fact…provided you have the cash. John Lennon’s 1965 Ferrari 330GT 2+2 Coupe will go on the auction block this summer courtesy of Bonhams auction house, a sale estimated to fetch — conservatively — more than a quarter of a million dollars.