Johnny Cash Museum Opens In Nashville »
Bill Miller has happily announced the opening of the Johnny Cash museum in Nashville. Miller is the owner and curator of the museum and has collected many of the items that are on display in it. "What we try to do is show people things that they'd probably never see at any other museum or any other place," Miller said to CMT Edge.
Former Journey Singer Steve Perry Reveals Cancer Scare »
Steve Perry, former lead singer for Journey, wrote on his official site that he has undergone two operations in order to beat skin cancer. For now, he said, doctors believe that the operations were successful. "Three weeks ago a routine mole was taken off my face and the lab report came back Melanoma skin cancer," Perry said.
Guns N' Roses Play The Hits At Governor's Ball »
Guns N' Roses rocked a headlining set at New York City's Governor's Ball on Saturday. The event had seen various cancellations the previous night due to poor weather. It was the second show for GNR in two days as they had previously hit Brooklyn Bowl. During the Governor's set the band rocked a handful of their classics including "Welcome to the Jungle" and more . . .
Elton John's Wardrobe Called 'Gay Propaganda' By Russian Protestors »
Elton John, who is set to hit Krasnodar, Russia on July 14 for a show, has been getting some push back from Russian protestors who have called his onstage wardrobe "homosexual propaganda." A rep for the protestors, Mikhail Abramyan, speaking with RIA Novosti, says that he wants Elton to trade his typical glam duds for the traditional Cossack uniform of a "knee-length caftan."
Tom Petty Show Gets Shut Down By Fire Marshals »
Tom Petty's Saturday night show at the Fonda Theatre in Los Angeles was shut down by fire marshals. The gig, part of a six-show residency at the 1,300 seat venue drew a sell-out crowd, which fire marshals attempted to thin out by not letting patrons return who had left to get drinks or go to the bathroom.
David Bowie And Freddie Mercury's 'Under Pressure' Vocal Track Unearthed »
An isolated vocal track of David Bowie and the late Queen singer Freddie Mercury from their collab "Under Pressure" has seen the light of day and made its way online. The vocal track was first unearthed by Eric Alper and released to coincide with the 31st anniversary of the Queen album Hot Space on which "Under Pressure" appears.