Aerosmith's Tom Hamilton Thanks Fans For Support As He Recovers »
Aerosmith bass player Tom Hamilton, who had to exit the band's current tour due to a lung infection, tweeted to his fans this week, thanking them for their well wishes. "I'm under the best of care," he wrote on the micro-blogging network, adding, "and I will provide more information within the next couple of days. Thanks again for all of the love and support."
Pink Floyd Laser Light Yoga Trending »
Pink Floyd Yoga, the brainchild of yoga instructor Chris Calarco, blends the music of the legendary band with the relaxation techniques of the popular exercise method and a laser light show. According to Spin, the classes are popular, packing in about 70 people, and strenuous, lasting for around two hours.
Black Sabbath Debut New Song 'Loner' In Australia »
Black Sabbath debuted yet another single, "Loner," from their upcoming set, 13, at a May 1 gig in Melbourne, Australia. Low quality fan-shot video of the track is currently circulating the web. Ultimate Classic Rock says the new song is "reminiscent of old school Black Sabbath, rich with classic Tony Iommi riffs."
Ex-Guns N' Roses Member Steven Adler Postpones Summer Tour To Enter Rehab »
Steven Adler, former Guns N' Roses drummer and founder of Adler, has postponed the band's summer U.S. tour after signing up for rehab. In a statement, the group's singer Jacob Bunton said that, at the moment, Steven's health is the most important thing: "We are truly sorry to all of the fans and promoters who were looking forward to seeing us on the road . . ."
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."