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."
Doors' John Densmore Speaks On Feud With Former Band Mates »
Doors drummer John Densmore has opened up about his ongoing troubles with his former bandmates. He spoke on his beef with Ray Manzarek and Robby Krieger during a recent interview with ABC: "The Doors got knocked off their hinges a few years ago for a few years with the concept that Jim Morrison didn't need to be the lead singer, and that doesn't fly . . .
Stephen Stills And Kenny Wayne Shepherd Team Up For Blues Album »
Stephen Stills and Kenny Wayne Shepherd are teaming up with keyboardist Barry Goldberg for a new trio dubbed the Rides, and will release a new album entitled Can't Get Enough on July 30. Can't Get Enough features a pair of covers, Iggy and the Stooges' "Search and Destroy" and Neil Young's "Rockin' the Free World."
Aerosmith Bassist Leaves Current Tour »
Aerosmith bassist Tom Hamilton has dropped off the band's current tour due to a lingering chest infection. Hamilton has returned home to recover, and he plans to rejoin the band and continue their Global Warming tour when he feels well enough. Aerosmith are currently on a tour of Australia and New Zealand.
Rolling Stones Play Surprise Show At Los Angeles Nightclub »
The Rolling Stones played a surprise gig at the Echoplex Nightclub in Los Angeles ahead of the launch of their 50 and Counting tour. "Welcome to Echo Park, a neighborhood that's always coming up -- and I'm glad you're here to welcome an up-and-coming band," fronter Mick Jagger jested with the crowd of a few hundred people.