Graham Nash Speaks On Rift With David Crosby


Graham Nash has opened up about his current tension with David Crosby. The duo have moved further and further apart over recent years and now Nash admits that he can no longer struggle to keep Crosby’s interest. He cited the never-released covers album which was in production with Rick Rubin dating back to 2010.More »


Sharon Osbourne Opens Open About Ozzy’s Infidelity


Sharon Osbourne has opened up about Ozzy’s recent infidelity. Speaking with the U.K.’s Sunday Mirror she revealed that Ozzy has been taking mistresses for years and sooner or later she knew it was going to become public. “The s- that’s been going on with my husband recently, it’s been going on for about five years but people are talking about it now,” said Sharon.More »


Blue Oyster Cult Set For Audience Network Concert


Blue Oyster Cult have offered up a live clip of their signature track “Don’t Fear the Reaper” for a new concert film set to air on the Audience Network. The clip shows the band playing the song on a warehouse-like soundstage for the new concert doc, which will air on September 2 on DIRECTV Ch 239/U-verse Ch 1114 at 9 p.m. ET/PT.More »


Steven Tyler Visits Altered Rock ‘N’ Roller Coaster Ride


Steven Tyler, lead singer of Aerosmith was in Lake Buena Vista, Florida this past week. The rock and roller was at Disney’s Hollywood Studios enjoying the attractions. The theme park has a roller coaster called the Rock ‘N’ Roller Coaster which has Aerosmith’s logo likeness on it. The singer took to social media recently to respond to Disney after they censored him.More »


Timothy B. Schmit Opens Up About Glenn Frey’s Death


Timothy B. Schmit recently spoke with Rolling Stone about his feelings towards his former bandmate’s death. Schmit had joined the Eagles in 1977 after the “Hotel California” tour. It was here his bond with the late Glenn Frey began to solidify. Schmit told Rolling Stone, “Everybody is still processing it. But part of processing it is carrying on.”More »


David Crosby Announces Fall U.S. Tour


David Crosby is set to go on tour in support of his new album, Lighthouse. The tour will begin in Atlanta, Georgia on November 11 and wrap up in Ithaca, NY December 16. Crosby’s new album is comprised of acoustic tunes. He has given fans a taste of the album by releasing the song, “The City.” The album, Lighthouse is scheduled for release on October 21.More »


Bruce Springsteen Breaks His Record For Longest U.S. Show Twice In One Week


Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band gave his hometown fans a bang for their buck at two recent shows. The Boss played his two longest stateside performances on August 23 and 25. The two shows both took place in East Rutherford, New Jersey at the MetLife Stadium. The August 23 show broke his personal record for the longest U.S. show clocking in at three hours and 52 minutes.More »