Larry Busacca/Getty Images for Clear ChannelOne of the highlights of Wednesday night's 12.12.12 -- The Concert for Sandy Relief undoubtedly was Paul McCartney's onstage collaboration with the surviving members of Nirvana. Now, new details have emerged about "Cut Me Some Slack," the rocking new song the unlikely collective of musicians performed at the star-studded benefit show at New York City's Madison Square Garden. read more ≫
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Courtesy of Tom HamiltonAerosmith bassist Tom Hamilton apparently is considering joining the growing ranks of rockers who have penned books about their lives. The 60-year-old musician would be the fourth member of the group to write an autobiography: singer Steven Tyler's Does the Noise in My Head Bother You? came out last year, drummer Joey Kramer released Hit Hard in 2009 and guitarist Joe Perry recently revealed read more ≫
Dave J Hogan/Getty ImagesAs The Rolling Stones prepare to wrap up their 2012 "50 & ********" tour with their big pay-per-view concert on Saturday at the Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey, the rock legends are giving fans a chance to choose one of the songs they'll play at the show. You can log on to the band's official website now and vote for one of 12 potential tunes, or you can pick your favor read more ≫
Photo: Alan KaslowskiJackson Browne and founding Grateful Dead singer/guitarist Bob Weir are among the stars who will perform at a December 20 benefit concert in Los Angeles that's being co-organized by Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers guitarist Mike Campbell. The inaugural Merry Minstrel Musical Circus: A Holiday Gathering and Goodwill Jamathon will take place at L.A.'s famous Troubadour club, and will raise money for the Little Kids Rock or read more ≫
121212Concert.orgIt was a night of music, comedy and celebrities at 12.12.12 -- The Concert for Sandy Relief, held at Madison Square Garden in New York City on Wednesday night.
While several top artists in the rock and pop genres performed for the MSG crowd, actors such as James Gandolfini, Jimmy Fallon and Jack McBrayer manned a phone bank where they accepted donations from viewers. read more ≫