Elton John Rumored To Be Played By Tom Hardy »
Tom Hardy, who recently took a turn as Bane in The Dark Knight Rises, may be cast as Elton John in the upcoming Rocketman biopic. The actor is already serving as an executive producer on the film. The film's producers, however, have denied Hardy has been cast as Elton. According to Hitfix, the film is "a biographical musical fantasy . . ."
Sammy Hagar Has Hometown Street Named After Him »
Sammy Hagar was presented with an honorary street sign in his hometown of Fontana, California over the weekend. The singer also served as the Honorary Grand Marshal of the 2013 Fontana Days Parade. "It's an honor," said Hagar about his return to Fontana, according to BlabberMouth. "Something about your hometown never leaves you."
Lou Gramm Excited For Foreigner Reunion With Mick Jones »
Lou Gramm has opened up about being reunited with his former Foreigner bandmate Mick Jones at the upcoming Songwriters Hall of Fame induction. Gramm said that he approached Jones to perform together after years of not communicating. "I just called him and congratulated him on the award," Gramm said.
Rolling Stones Ask Adele To Join Them At Hyde Park Gigs »
The Rolling Stones have reportedly asked Adele to join them onstage when they take their 50 and Counting tour to London's Hyde Park in July. An insider, speaking with The Sun, says that the deal has not been made official yet, Adele being only "50/50 that she'll do it": "The Stones would love to get Adele on with them . . ."
Sting Plans To Release New Album In September »
The Last Ship, Sting's first full-length album of original material in over ten years, is set for release on September 24. According to the New York Times, the Police bassist wrote the LP while working on a musical. The musical, which may be due for a Broadway debut in 2014, is set in a shipyard near Wallsend, England, where Sting spent his youth.
Alice Cooper Speaks On His Idols With Rolling Stone »
Alice Cooper recently sat down for an interview with Rolling Stone in which he opened up about the influence of two of his favorite musicians, Jeff Beck and Ray Manzarek. In the interview, Cooper is seen chatting with a group of budding guitarists while praising Beck in particular . . .