All European Concerts Face Lights Out in Law Change
A leading concert lighting director warned that new European legislation could lead to a ban of onstage lighting across the creative industries.
Paul Stanley Would Prefer Third Solo Album to New Kiss LP
Paul Stanley said a new Kiss album had him thinking in terms of a “built-in letdown,” and that he’d rather record a third solo LP instead.
Live Nation Offers $20 Tickets for Ozzy, Journey, Def Leppard and More
Live Nation’s National Concert Week has returned for 2018, with dozens of bands offering $20 tickets for upcoming U.S. concerts.
Rami Malek Feared Playing Freddie Mercury Might be a ‘Career Killer’
“Bohemian Rhapsody” star Rami Malek admits he had concerns over playing Queen frontman Freddie Mercury.
Kiss Manager Argues Band Can Continue Without Original Members
Kiss manager Dog McGhee has agreed with Paul Stanley’s assertion that the band can continue without any original members.
Music Modernization Act Passed by House of Representatives
New legislation designed to improve the way music creators are paid and protected was unanimously passed by the U.S. House of Representatives yesterday.
Gus G Says Being Ozzy Osbourne’s Guitarist Was ‘Dead End’ Job
Former Ozzy Osbourne guitarist Gus G said it was “a little bit of a relief” to be replaced by the returning Zakk Wylde last year.
Vinnie Vincent Preparing ‘Uncomfortable’ Memoir
Former Kiss guitarist Vinnie Vincent said that his upcoming memoir will contain “the in-depth answers to everything” he had experienced.
New Prince Album Announced, Family Files Wrongful Death Lawsuit
The first posthumous album of unheard Prince music is set to arrive later this year.
Neil Young and Crazy Horse Announce Return to Stage
Neil Young will reunite with Crazy Horse for the first time in four years when they perform two unrehearsed shows.