Next month will mark the 16th anniversary of the premiere of MTV’s The Osbournes, and Ozzy, Sharon, Jack and Kelly Osbourne will be looking back on their reality show in a new 10-episode podcast series aptly titled The Osbournes Podcast.
The GRAMMYs are known for their infamous moments, but for rock/metal fans the world over, one of the award ceremony’s most infamous moments of them all happened February 22, 1989 when the very first GRAMMY award for Best Hard Rock/Metal Performance Vocal or Instrumental was given to Jethro Tull.
Nirvana fans all over the world took time yesterday to honor what would have been Kurt Cobain’s 51st birthday. Among the tributes were very poignant posts from Courtney Love and daughter Frances Bean Cobain.
Vicky Cornell, the widow of Chris Cornell, has taken very careful steps in talking about her late husband since his shocking suicide last year, and in her first TV interview since that tragedy, she opens up about his issues with addiction.
If you’ve been following the Olympics, you know that the Ladies’ Short Program was last night and included some interesting song choices thanks to the new rule that allows skaters to use music with lyrics.
Incubus frontman Brandon Boyd turns 41 today, and if there's one thing anyone knows about seeing Incubus live, it's this: It's only a matter of time before Boyd loses his shirt. (Think about it. Has he ever kept his shirt on for an entire performance? Perhaps he has, but it's extremely rare.)
Smashing Pumpkins have a big announcement planned for tomorrow (February 15) likely regarding a “reunion” tour, but considering the interview D’arcy Wretzky gave to Alternative Nation, tour dates won’t really be dominating the conversation.
Wayne’s World, one of the best Saturday Night Live sketches that evolved into a film, was released in theaters 26 years ago today (February 14.) Without a doubt, it is 95 minutes of comedic genius that still resonates to this day. Want proof? Look at this selection of quotes. They make us feel kinda funny,…
AWOLNATION, Irontom and Nothing But Thieves rocked the Fillmore in Detroit last night (2/13/18). This was the first night of the North American tour as AWOLNATION's new album 'Here Come The Runts' was just released on February 2nd. Check out our photos below! Photo Credit: Kristen Drum
Riff2’s Undercover Sound System Playlist 02.12.18 Danielle Duval – “Whenever You Want It” (PeoplePlay) Sheldon Universe – “Pretty Woman” Z-Berg – “I Fall For The Same Face Every Time” (Metropolitan Indian) King Tuff – “Psycho Star” (Sub Pop) MGMT – “Me & Michael” (Columbia) The Unlikely Candidates – “Oh My Dear Lord” (RED Music) Snny…
Vince Neil celebrates his birthday today (February 8), and while Motley Crue may have called it a day, their legacy will certainly live on, especially with the upcoming film adaptation of their iconic memoir The Dirt.
Almost every year in the lead up to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony, there’s some crazy drama afoot. This might be part of the reason why comedian John Mulaney said it’s “the only truly fun award show.”
If there’s a band that loves some subtle absurdity, it’s the Foo Fighters. If you needed to be reminded of that, a list of “prohibited” items from their show in Auckland, New Zealand has surfaced, and it’ll likely tickle your funny bone.
Guns N’ Roses bassist Duff McKagan celebrates a birthday today (February 5), and if you’re a Netflix subscriber (or borrow someone’s login information), we have the perfect idea of how you should celebrate.
Comedic genius Christopher Guest celebrates his birthday today (February 5.) He’s written some of the most celebrated comedies of the past few decades (Waiting For Guffman, Best In Show, A Mighty Wind,) but his most iconic creation/role is Nigel Tufnel, lead guitarist of Spinal Tap from the 1984 classic This Is Spinal Tap.