Dave J Hogan/Getty ImagesWith Led Zeppelin finally prepared to release the video and audio from their 2007 reunion concert at London's O2 Arena, the question inevitably has arisen whether the surviving band members would consider playing together again. At a recent London press event, singer Robert Plant, bassist/keyboardist John Paul Jones and guitarist Jimmy Page were evasive when the subject was brought up. Now, in a new interview with Rolling Stone, read more ≫
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Santana.comAs Carlos Santana gears up for his previously announced November gigs as part of his ongoing residency at Las Vegas' House of Blues at the Mandalay Bay Hotel, the guitar legend has announced the first 2013 dates of the concert series. The Rock and Roll Hall of Famer has scheduled a total of 25 new performances of the show, dubbed "An Intimate Evening with Santana: Greatest Hits Live -- Yesterday, Today & Tomorrow," spread out from January 25 to June 2. read more ≫
Photo: Penny LancasterFew rock stars have the ladykiller reputation that Rod Stewart does, but he now admits that back in the '70s, when it was groupies wall-to-wall, he actually started to get tired of all that ***. read more ≫
Image credit: Timothy NorrisActor John Cusack surprised Peter Gabriel fans at a sold-out Hollywood Bowl concert Saturday by appearing onstage alongside the Grammy Award-winning musician to re-enact a memorable scene from the classic 1989 movie Say Anything.
Cusack walked on stage to launch the song “In Your Eyes” while holding aloft an 80s-style boom box, bringing back memories of his Say Anything character Lloyd Dobler hoping to woo Diane Court, played by Ione Skye. Cusack then handed the boom box to Gabriel, who hoisted it over his own head. read more ≫
Decca Label GroupRay Davies currently is focused on the series of U.K. shows he has scheduled this month, but the legendary Kinks frontman also has quite a few new projects in the works that should intrigue fans. In a new interview with ThisIsNottingham.co.uk, the Rock and Roll Hall of Famer reveals, "I am writing another show. It's a musical that may become an opera." read more ≫