Todd Rundgren Doesn't Regret Selling Bat Out Of Hell Production Points »
Looking back, Todd Rundgren does not regret selling off his production points on Meat Loaf's classic album Bat Out Of Hell. The album has been certified platinum over 14 times in the U.S. alone. "The actual number is contested, although it's generally considered to be in the top five-selling albums of all time," Rundgren tells The Guardian.
Keith Richards Prefers CDs To IPod »
Keith Richards says that he never got swept up in the mp3 revolution that began with the release of Apple's iPod in 2001. "I don't have an iPod," the Rolling Stones guitarist told ABC. "I still use CDs or records actually. Sometimes cassettes. It has much better sound; a much better sound than digital."
Cheap Trick Celebrate At Budokan »
Cheap Trick celebrated the 35-year anniversary of At Budokan with two concerts. The original shows took place in Tokyo, Japan on April 28 at 30 in 1978, while the memorial concerts went down on the same dates this year in New York City and Los Angeles. The April 28 gig took place at a John Varvatos boutique in NYC, where the famed CBGB's once stood.
KISS Add U.S. Dates To North American Tour »
KISS have added a string of U.S. tour stops to their previously all-Canadian summer tour. The band, who are touring to support their latest album Monster, will now be performing in Gilford (NH) on August 7, Verona (NY) on August 8, Simpsonville (SC) on August 13, and Orlando (FL) on August 16.
Don Henley Speaks About Solo Album, Cass County »
Don Henley has new solo album in the works, his first in 13 years. The Eagles drummer says the album, Cass County, is all about exploring his roots. "That's the name of the rural county I come from in northeast Texas," Henley explained of the title to JAM! Music.
Black Sabbath Debut New Song 'Methademic' Live In Australia »
Black Sabbath have unveiled a new track, "Methademic," from their upcoming album, 13. Fan shot video of the song, taken from a Melbourne, Australia concert over the weekend, is now circulating the web. Ultimate Classic Rock says the new song centers on a "classic heavy Sabbath riff."