Loud & Proud RecordsMeat Loaf apparently has decided to call it quits as a touring artist and has begun lining up European dates for a farewell trek. The powerhouse singer, who currently is recovering from knee-replacement surgery, has scheduled a series of shows in the United Kingdom and Germany in the spring of 2013, according to his official Facebook page. read more ≫
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Courtesy of Paul SimonPaul Simon was among the mourners in attendance Wednesday in Stratford, Connecticut, at the funeral for Victoria Soto, one of the teachers ******** during the horrific mass shooting this past Friday at the Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut.
A Fairfield, CT, police officer confirmed to ABC News that Simon was on hand for the service. He performed an acoustic version of his classic Simon & Garfunkel tune "Sounds of Silence" during the memorial. read more ≫
Photo: Penny LancasterAfter more than 40 years as a rock star, with millions of albums sold and many awards and hit singles under his belt, it's safe to say that Rod Stewart has truly made it. But he says there was one particular experience a few years back that really convinced him of that fact, and it had nothing to do with money or album sales. read more ≫
Facebook.com/TheMovingSidewalksZZ Top frontman Billy Gibbons is set to reunite with his 1960s group The Moving Sidewalks for the first time in 44 years. The band's original lineup -- Gibbons, drummer Dan Mitchell, bassist Don Summers and keyboardist Tom Moore -- will come together again for a concert at New York City's B.B. King Blues Club & Grill on March 30. read more ≫
Rick Diamond/Getty ImagesLast week, The Who ******* up the first leg of its "Quadrophenia and More" Tour. The North American trek wound down with a December 9 concert in Uncasville, Connecticut, a few days before the British rock legends participated in the star-studded 12.12.12 -- The Concert for Sandy Relief. Once 2013 begins, The Who will return for a second leg that kicks off January 28 in Anaheim, California. read more ≫