AC/DC’s Phil Rudd Given New Court Date


AC/DC drummer Phil Rudd has been remanded back to home detention and will face a new court date of November 24. The rocker is facing charges of violating his home detention sentences stemming from previous drug and murder charges. Rudd was arrested last month after apparently drinking alcohol in his home, which is forbidden as part of his home detention sentence.More »


Roger Waters Says He ‘Hates Apartheid, Not Israel’


In the face of recent criticisms, Roger Waters, a frequent critic Israeli policies, is clarifying his position, saying that he “hates apartheid, not Israel.” Waters, an advocate of the BDS (Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions) movement, has been calling on fellow musicians to boycott Israel over its policies in the West Bank and the continued occupation.More »


Jimmy Page May Release XYZ Tapes


Jimmy Page says that he might release music he recorded with members of Yes over three decades ago. Page made the revelation to Radio.com in a recent interview, saying he was pondering releasing the tapes before the death of Yes bassist Chris Squire in June and had been meaning to reach out to Squire and his other partner in the project, Yes drummer Alan White.More »


John Mellencamp To Play 2015 Farm Aid


John Mellencamp is among the performers announced for Farm Aid 2015. The benefit concert, celebrating its 30th anniversary this year, goes down at the First Merit Bank Pavilion at Northerly Island outside of Chicago. The bill features a host of top talent including Willie Nelson, Imagine Dragons, Neil Young, Kacey Musgraves and Dave Matthews.More »