The Beatles will soon be hitting the big screen once again. Recently restored footage of the group’s first full concert in the United States at the Washington Coliseum in Washington, D.C. will be shown in movie theaters next month.
Davy Jones, one fourth of the most famous made for TV rock and roll band ever, the Monkees, has died today (Feb. 29) of a heart attack. The Martin County, Fla. medical examiner’s office confirmed the story to ABC News, saying they “are currently evaluating whether or not the medical examiners office will take jurisdiction.”
The Welsh Witch herself, the one and only Miss Stevie Nicks, will soon be making a guest appearance on the NBC sitcom ‘Up All Night.’ Nicks will play herself in an upcoming episode of the series, which stars Christina Applegate and Maya Rudolph.
It seems Sir Paul McCartney has no intention of spending his ‘golden years’ on the front porch reminiscing about the old days. He’s too busy looking at the road ahead. With a new album, ‘Kisses On The Bottom’, due out on Valentine’s Day, word now comes that the man will be performing on this year’s Grammy Awards broadcast, Feb. 12.
Guitarist Ron Wood recently recalled his friendship with the late, great Jimi Hendrix. Speaking on their friendship recently on his show on Absolute Radio UK, Wood said “Jimi was a really sweet, well-mannered boy, and I’m very honored to have shared a little space of time with him back in the late 1960s.”
Rumors set the woods alight, and the fire around Pink Floyd has begun. According to the London Evening Standard, the legendary band’s surviving members will reunite to close out the London 2012 Olympics.
As previously reported, Jeffrey Goho, the man who started the recent Bon Jovi Is Dead hoax, has been the object of hate mail and general disgust. Now, thanks to this world of instant fame and the art of cashing in, you can add recording offers to that list as well.
Contrary to reports last week, Sir Paul McCartney‘s forthcoming new release will not be titled ‘My Valentine.’ The as of yet untitled album will, however, be released on Feb. 7, and will still be a collection of love songs from an era long gone by, with two new McCartney compositions added into the mix.
WXYZ Action News in Orchard Lake, MI reports that a guitar was stolen from the home of Rock & Roll Hall Of Famer Bob Seger. The guitar in question is a vintage 1978 Gibson Les Paul. A long time favorite of Seger, he is pictured with it on the cover of his 1994 ‘Greatest Hits’ album.
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