Slash is currently on his solo tour with Myles Kennedy and The Conspirators in support of their new album Living The Dream, but they managed to work in one Guns N’ Roses classic into the setlist during their tour stop in Hollywood this week and were joined by a very special guest.
The 2018 Aftershock Festival took place this past weekend, with Hellyeah originally scheduled to be on the bill. Sadly, Hellyeah has been on hiatus since the untimely passing of Vinnie Paul, but that didn’t stop other musicians from paying tribute to the late drummer.
Riff2’s Undercover Sound System Playlist 10.15.18 Money & The Man – “Just Like The Sun” (TCBYML) Broken Baby – “Pass The Acetone” (Palo Santo) Cub Sport – “Sometimes” Muse – “Pressue” (Warner Bros.) Fidlar – “Can’t See You” (Mom + Pop) Valley Maker – “Light On The Ground” (Frenchkiss) Little Dragon – “Lover Chanting” (Ninja…
For those that were in a bubble (or drunk) this weekend, you may have missed this gem that happened at a recent Foo Fighters show. If you did catch this moment, c’mon...it’s too good, and you should watch it again.
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That hand infection is far worse than expected for Ozzy Osbourne, who is now canceling the remaining four dates of the North American leg of the “No More Tours 2” tour, which were already rescheduled due to said infection.
Benjamin Franklin is wrong. There are three things in this world that can be said to be certain: Death, taxes and rock fans losing their sh*t every year when the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame announces the nominees for their next induction class.
Halestorm’s Lzzy Hale celebrates her birthday today (October 10), and if fans are looking for a way to honor the badass frontwoman, consider taking part in her #RaiseYourHorns social media campaign that aims to break the stigma around mental health issues.
Bono has gone through many looks ever since U2’s debut album was released in 1980, but it doesn’t get more iconic than his leather vest phase during the band’s promotion and tour behind The Joshua Tree.
Bohemian Rhapsody has been a long time coming, and while there have been numerous ups and downs in its production, it goes without saying that the casting of Rami Malek as Freddie Mercury was game-changing for the film.