Dickey Betts and his Great Southern Band have just signed on to headline the Dan Toler ALS Support Benefit Festival. The festival will take place on November 12 and 13 at Herschberger Ranch in Sarasota.
Record companies have been trying for the better part of a decade now to figure out how to stop fans from illegally downloading music. While the RIAA's tactics of suing people -- a PR nightmare -- failed miserably, Anthrax guitarist Scott Ian seems to have the answer: you download music, you lose your Internet.
Some of you may remember that Dave Grohl was credited alongside Lenny Kravitz on a song called "(I Can't Make It) Another Day" on Michael, a posthumous album from Michael Jackson. While Dave Grohl paying tribute to the King of Pop is certainly all good, it turns out that he doesn't actually appear on the song at all.
Newsstand, which was launched Wednesday ahead of Apple's iOS 5 update for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch, is a new store, just like iTunes and iBooks, that allows you to purchase and store media in one library -- in this case newspapers and magazines. You can buy individual issues, but if you subscribe to a title, your Newsstand library is automatically updated every time a new issue comes out.
The 2012 edition of Revolver‘s Hottest Chicks in Hard Rock calendar -- with Halestorm’s Lzzy Hale on its cover and exclusive pinups of 12 of the loveliest ladies in music, including an alternate shot of Hale, inside -- is available at our online store right now.
Is it just me, or is Christmas starting earlier and earlier every year? It may only be the second of November, but Black Label Society are already getting in the spirit of the holiday season with Glorious Christmas Songs That Will Make Your Black Label Heart Feel Good, an acoustic EP of three BLS takes on popular Christmas tunes.
In true Halloween spirit, Megadeth too the stage last night on Jimmy Kimmel Live! in full costume, treating fans to renditions of "Public Enemy No. 1" and "Symphony Of Destruction." You can check out video from the performance below.