Doors' Feast Of Friends Documentary Finally Sets Release Date

The 1968 Doors documentary, Feast of Friends, will be released on November 11. The movie, which features the band on their 1968 tour across the U.S., has never been released in full. "The film was done in a cinéma vérité style and features footage of the group filmed during a five-month period from mid-April to early September 1968, spanning two countries, nine states, and more than twenty cities," writes The Doors Guide of the film.

read more »
Doors' Feast Of Friends Documentary Finally Sets Release Date

The 1968 Doors documentary, Feast of Friends, will be released on November 11. The movie, which features the band on their 1968 tour across the U.S., has never been released in full. "The film was done in a cinéma vérité style and features footage of the group filmed during a five-month period from mid-April to early September 1968, spanning two countries, nine states, and more than twenty cities," writes The Doors Guide of the film.

read more »
Rare Van Halen Photos Unearthed

Rare photos of Van Halen's appearance at the Rocklahoma festival on September 6, 1980 have been discovered by the Van Halen News Desk. The pics see Eddie Van Halen rocking out with fronter David Lee Roth. Also on the bill that day was future VH singer Sammy Hagar, along with Pat Benatar, and the Doobie Brothers.

read more »
Rare Van Halen Photos Unearthed

Rare photos of Van Halen's appearance at the Rocklahoma festival on September 6, 1980 have been discovered by the Van Halen News Desk. The pics see Eddie Van Halen rocking out with fronter David Lee Roth. Also on the bill that day was future VH singer Sammy Hagar, along with Pat Benatar, and the Doobie Brothers.

read more »
David Letterman Dares The Eagles To Sue Him For Playing Their Music

When David Letterman was told by his producers that he could not have his CBS Orchestra play songs by the Eagles, the Late Show host decided to tease the band about their strict policy against having their songs played on TV. Letterman asks his band leader Paul Schaeffer to "pick a song" of the band's to play, but was interrupted by his producer who said that it was a bad idea.

read more »
David Letterman Dares The Eagles To Sue Him For Playing Their Music

When David Letterman was told by his producers that he could not have his CBS Orchestra play songs by the Eagles, the Late Show host decided to tease the band about their strict policy against having their songs played on TV. Letterman asks his band leader Paul Schaeffer to "pick a song" of the band's to play, but was interrupted by his producer who said that it was a bad idea.

read more »
Jon carter kick-starter

Weekday mornings at 5:45am you could win Arrow freebees, with the Jon Carter kick-starter, this week you could win an "all out fun" $25 Fat Cats gift card...from 103.5 The Arrow

read more »
Jon carter kick-starter

Weekday mornings at 5:45am you could win Arrow freebees, with the Jon Carter kick-starter, this week you could win an "all out fun" $25 Fat Cats gift card...from 103.5 The Arrow

read more »
Neil Young Releases New Track 'Who's Gonna Stand Up'

Neil Young has released "Who's Gonna Stand Up," a live cut recorded with Crazy Horse during a Liverpool show. The cut is available now on Soundcloud. "Who's gonna stand up and save the earth? / Who's gonna say that she's had enough? / Who's gonna take on the big machine?" asks Young on the provocative jam.

read more »
Neil Young Releases New Track 'Who's Gonna Stand Up'

Neil Young has released "Who's Gonna Stand Up," a live cut recorded with Crazy Horse during a Liverpool show. The cut is available now on Soundcloud. "Who's gonna stand up and save the earth? / Who's gonna say that she's had enough? / Who's gonna take on the big machine?" asks Young on the provocative jam.

read more »
Mick Jagger Has 19-Million-Year-Old Swamp Creature Named After Him

A swamp creature that inhabited the bogs of Africa 19 million years ago has been named after Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger. According to September's Journal of Paleontology, the creature, dubbed Jaggermeryx naiad (Jagger's water nymph), shared a prominent feature with Mick: "The animal probably had a highly innervated muzzle with mobile and tactile lips."

read more »
Mick Jagger Has 19-Million-Year-Old Swamp Creature Named After Him

A swamp creature that inhabited the bogs of Africa 19 million years ago has been named after Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger. According to September's Journal of Paleontology, the creature, dubbed Jaggermeryx naiad (Jagger's water nymph), shared a prominent feature with Mick: "The animal probably had a highly innervated muzzle with mobile and tactile lips."

read more »
Robert Plant Wants To Record With Jack White

Robert Plant wants to record a song with Jack White, and the rock icon has suggested the pair record the Phantom's 1958 single "Love Me." Plant suggested that the two meet up in Nashville as Plant will be coming through town very soon. "I love Jack White's buccaneer spirit, and the way he dodges through the musical horizons," Plant wrote as part of a recent Facebook chat.

read more »
Robert Plant Wants To Record With Jack White

Robert Plant wants to record a song with Jack White, and the rock icon has suggested the pair record the Phantom's 1958 single "Love Me." Plant suggested that the two meet up in Nashville as Plant will be coming through town very soon. "I love Jack White's buccaneer spirit, and the way he dodges through the musical horizons," Plant wrote as part of a recent Facebook chat.

read more »
Paul McCartney Reveals New Video Game Track 'Hope For The Future'

Paul McCartney has shared the original song he wrote for the video game Destiny. Recorded with a 120-piece orchestra and conducted by Sir George Martin's son Niles, at the Abbey Road Studios in London, the track is called "Hope For The Future."

read more »
Paul McCartney Reveals New Video Game Track 'Hope For The Future'

Paul McCartney has shared the original song he wrote for the video game Destiny. Recorded with a 120-piece orchestra and conducted by Sir George Martin's son Niles, at the Abbey Road Studios in London, the track is called "Hope For The Future."

read more »
Stevie Wonder To Take Songs In The Key Of Life On Tour

Stevie Wonder will travel to 11 North American cities this fall/winter to perform his 1976 record Songs in the Key of Life. The dates kick off on November 6 at New York City's Madison Square Garden and wrap December 5 at Oakland's Oracle Arena. In December, Wonder played the album's 21 songs for the first time ever at his annual House Full of Toys benefit concert in Los Angeles.

read more »
Stevie Wonder To Take Songs In The Key Of Life On Tour

Stevie Wonder will travel to 11 North American cities this fall/winter to perform his 1976 record Songs in the Key of Life. The dates kick off on November 6 at New York City's Madison Square Garden and wrap December 5 at Oakland's Oracle Arena. In December, Wonder played the album's 21 songs for the first time ever at his annual House Full of Toys benefit concert in Los Angeles.

read more »