David Bowie's 'The Next Day' Video Upsets Catholic Church »
David Bowie's controversial new video for "The Next Day" has been labeled "juvenile" and "upsetting" by a former bishop. Writing in The Telegraph, former Archbishop of Canterbury Lord Carey criticizes Bowie for lack of artistic vision: "If imitation is the sincerest form of flattery perhaps Christians should not worry too much at such an exploitation . . ."
Lenny Kravitz Appears In PSA For UNICEF To End Preventable Child Deaths »
Lenny Kravitz is taking part in a new campaign to support the United Nations Children's Fund in their mission to stop preventable child deaths. Kravitz appears in a new PSA in which he discusses the benefits of UNICEF's immunization program, stating that if appropriately supported, it can help save the lives of 6.9 million children per year.
Lindsey Buckingham Comments On His Current Relationship With Stevie Nicks »
Fleetwood Mac's Lindsey Buckingham has opened up about his relationship with Stevie Nicks, telling Rolling Stone that now it's better than ever. "Stevie and I have probably more of a connection now than we have in years," he said. "You can feel it. It's tangible on stage."
New Guns N' Roses Almost Finished »
Guns N' Roses are nearly finished with their new album, according to guitarist Richard Fortus, who unveiled news of the follow-up to 2008's Chinese Democracy to Noise11. The band has reportedly completed a number of songs for the new album during a recent studio visit. However, Fortus did say that the album probably wouldn't be released this year, but maybe during 2014.
KISS Get Own Bulls In Partnership With Professional Bull Riders »
KISS will debut its band-themed bulls at the upcoming PBR Last Cowboy Standing event today in Las Vegas. The rockers have six bulls entering the ring of 26 PBR Built Ford Tough Series hitting the nation this summer. Kiss Monster, Kiss Destroyer, Kiss Animalize, Kiss Revenge, Kiss Love Gun and Kiss Psycho Circus are the names of the bulls, who even have eye makeup drawn on them.
Mick Jagger Says Keith Richard's Apology Was Prerequisite For The Band Touring »
Mick Jagger wasn't about to go on tour with the Rolling Stones until Keith Richards apologized for the latter's disses in his 2010 autobiography, Life. Richards insinuated in the book that Jagger has a small penis - one of the many issues that needed to be hashed out, said Jagger in an interview with Rolling Stone.