Featuring performances by multi-platinum artist Colbie Caillat, rock icons The Bangles, Grammy nominated saxophonist Mindi Abair, guitarists Orianthi and Richie Sambora, the event celebrated women in music.
Members of Rush, the Police, Primus and Tool have joined forces in what could loosely be called a "super group," though would probably be more accurately described as one amazing jam session caught on film.
Stoner rock band Savious has just posted a video preview of their forthcoming new album, Death's Procession, on Revolver magazine's website. The band are also offering a free download of their new song, "The Eye Obscene."
Reel Big Fish and Streetlight Manifesto have just hit the road for a co-headlining tour of the U.S. The pair will be supported by Rodeo Ruby Love for the entire tour, as well as select dates (through Aug. 14) by New Riot.
Sam Llanas, lead singer and guitarist for the BoDeans, will release his new solo album, 4 A.M., October 25 on Inner Knot Records. The mostly acoustic collection, which was produced by Gary Tanin, features 10 Llanas originals.
When the Gallagher brothers get along, it makes for some amazing tunes. When they don't, it makes for a hilarious exchange of quotes in the media. The most recent comes from Liam Gallagher, who is responding to both Noel calling him a "born liar" and claiming that he was bullied out of the band by Liam.
Recent comments from Disturbed lead singer David Draiman have lead to speculation that the band might in fact be heading for either a break-up or an extended hiatus. In a new interview with Cindy Scull of the Dallas/Ft. Worth, Texas radio station 97.1 The Eagle Rocks, Disturbed guitarist Dan Donegan addresses the rumors of the band demise.