Aerosmith Calls Off Concert Due To Bomb Threat »
Aerosmith canceled a concert in Jakarta, Indonesia on May 4 following reports of a bomb threat in the capital city. Rolling Stone magazine reports that the band made the decision after the government announced the arrest of two militants engaged in a plot to bomb the Myanmar Embassy. Management for the group made a formal apology via Ismaya Live, the event's promoter.
Boston And Aerosmith To Perform At Boston Benefit Show »
Boston and Aerosmith have both signed on to headline the "Boston Strong: an Evening of Support and Celebration" benefit concert, which will take place at the TD Garden in Boston on May 30. The event's purpose is to help those affected by the tragic bombings that took place last month at the Boston Marathon.
Keith Richards Writes Remembrance For George Jones »
Saddened by the loss of country legend George Jones, Keith Richards took the time to write a remembrance, noting Jones' impact on music and on him personally. The Rolling Stones guitarist said that Jones was "as crazy as me . . . just as free, and, oh boy, could he hang." He added that contemporary music would not be the same without his influence.
Iggy Pop & The Stooges Perform On The Colbert Report »
Iggy and the Stooges stopped by The Colbert Report studios to play the single "Job" from their latest effort, Ready to Die. The band also did an encore performance of "Burn," available at the Comedy Central website. In addition to the tracks, Iggy Pop sat down with Steven Colbert for a brief interview.
Richie Sambora Sitting Out Bon Jovi's European And South African Tour Dates »
After leaving the North American leg of Bon Jovi's current tour, Richie Sambora has announced that he will not join the band on the upcoming European and South African legs. BJ announced the news on their official website: "Due to a personal matter, Richie Sambora will not be performing on the European and South African leg of the tour. All shows will go on as scheduled."
Axl Rose To Buy A Tiger? »
Axl Rose is reportedly in the market for a tiger. The Guns n' Roses frontman discussed his intent to purchase the exotic feline at New York's Catch Roof with a cast of celebrity friends, including Leonardo DiCaprio, Tobey Maguire, Jonah Hill and Michael K Williams.