AeroForceOne.comWhen Aerosmith's Global Warming Tour dropped by the Hollywood Bowl on Monday, they band was joined on stage by Johnny Depp. The actor appeared with his guitar and jammed with the band on “Train Kept a Rollin’." read more ≫
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Image credit: Barry SigmanMarshall Tucker Band guitarist Stuart Swanlund has passed away. A posting on the band's official website says the 54-year-old musician **** of natural causes in his sleep at his Chicago home on Saturday.
Swanlund had been with the band since 1985. The Marshall Tucker Band's biggest hit, "Heard It In a Love Song," was released about a decade prior to Swanlund joining the group. read more ≫
Kristin Murphy/WireImageAt least two of The Doors' three surviving members are set to take part in the fifth annual Sunset Strip Music Festival, which will celebrate the legendary Los Angeles band with a variety of performances and other events. Guitarist Robby Krieger will be playing a special show with founding Black Crowes guitarist Rich Robinson on August 17 at L.A.'s Viper Room club in conjunction with the festival, which runs August 16-18. Krieger and Robinson recently have been collaborating in a side project cal read more ≫
Waterfront Entertainment Group/Robo RecordsWhile the death of Davy Jones in February may have signaled an end to The Monkees, Micky Dolenz is moving forward with his solo career. The singer has a brand-new album titled Remember that's scheduled to arrive on September 25. Dolenz describes the 12-track collection as an "audio scrapbook of the important songs in my life that had meant something to me for one reason or another." read more ≫
Insight EditionsA photo book devoted entirely to The Rolling Stones' historic fall 1965 North American tour is scheduled to be published in October. The 240-page book, titled The Rolling Stones: One on One Series, features a variety of images snapped by the band's one-time official photographer, Gered Mankowitz, as well as accompanying commentary from veteran rock journalist Sean Egan. read more ≫