William Shatner has a new music video out, and while it's no "Rocket Man", it is most certainly musical entertainment in a way only the Shat can provide. You can watch his video for Queen's "Bohemian Rhapsody" below.
As much as I try to avoid her music, Lady Gaga always seems to find her way into our news stories. I for one still can't tell if this whole rock/metal side of her is genuine or just a ploy to gain some credibility, but at the very least, it's usually entertaining.
Researchers at Goldsmiths University have been looking into the mathematical and physical properties (i.e. sound waves) of songs, trying to determine exactly what makes a song catchy in the first place.
This year marks the 40th anniversary of Queen, as evidenced by the recent two waves of Queen remasters, the latest of which was rolled out on September 13. But the band are working on a reissue of another kind: Queen drummer Roger Taylor has launched a North American talent search that gives singers, guitarists, bassists, keyboardists and drummers the chance to star in the official 2012 Queen Extravaganza Live Tour.
It seems Lady Gaga refuses to stop poking her head into the world of rock and metal: hanging out with the drummer from Anthrax, being Iron Maiden's roadie for a day -- and now performing with legendary guitarist Brian May last night, August 28, at the MTV Video Music Awards.