Glass Onyon PRFounding Yes singer Jon Anderson has released a new song as a tribute to the 2012 London Olympic Games. "Race to the End" features original lyrics by Anderson set to the music of Vangelis' famous theme to the 1981 film Chariots of Fire. Anderson has a long history with the New Age composer, having recorded several albums with him under the moniker Jon and Vangelis over the years. read more ≫
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NastyLittleMan.comPaul McCartney is estimated by The Sunday ***** of London to be worth approximately one billion dollars, but the Beatles’ legend didn’t command a big bucks salary when he performed last Friday night at the opening ceremony of the 2012 Summer Olympics.
McCartney and the other performers who took part each received exactly one pound sterling for their services. That’s a $1.57 here in the U.S. read more ≫
Gallery BooksChristopher Andersen's new book, Mick: The Wild Life and Mad Genius of Jagger, offers an unabashed look at Rolling Stones singer Mick Jagger, and includes details about the rock star's many, many romantic entanglements over the years. Jagger, of course, has the reputation as a notorious ladies man, having slept with more than 4,000 women, according to Andersen's estimation. read more ≫
Michael Becker/FOXAerosmith's upcoming album, Music from Another Dimension!, will feature a number of interesting guest appearances, including one by country star Carrie Underwood. Steven Tyler tells Rolling Stone that he and the former American Idol champ duet on a tune titled "Beautiful," which he describes as "a country-western crossover ballad." If you think the A read more ≫
Kevin Mazur/WireImageWe've heard from the fans. We've heard from her spokeswoman. Now Madonna herself has weighed in on the incident in Paris last Thursday night during which fans attending her intimate club show reportedly booed, called her nasty names and demanded refunds. According to her, it wasn't her fans at all who were upset with the 45-minute performance. read more ≫