Construction Worker Injured After Fall At Steven Tyler's House »
A construction worker fell from a 15-foot high scaffolding while fixing up Aerosmith fronter Steven Tyler's Los Angeles home. The L.A. Fire Department arrived on the scene to rescue him, but the man is currently in serious condition the LAFD told CBS L.A. TMZ reports that there is "large-scale" construction currently underway at the house.
John Mellencamp Musical To Tour »
Ghost Brothers of Darkland County, the musical with music from John Mellencamp and T-Bone Burnett and lyrics from Stephen King, is set for a 20-date run beginning in October. The musical, which has been 13 years in the making, centers on the bleak tale of fratricide and doomed love.
Jimi Hendrix Invited Paul McCartney For Miles Davis Recording Session »
Jimi Hendrix reportedly reached out to Paul McCartney about contributing the bass guitar for a proposed recording session with Miles Davis and drummer Tony Williams. The offer was revealed after a telegram sent by Jimi to Paul's office at Apple Records in London recently surfaced.
Carlos Santana Inducted Into Vegas House Of Blues »
Carlos Santana was inducted into the House of Blues Las Vegas' Blues God Ceiling last week. The ceiling, which features clay busts of several blues greats, will now include the bust of Santana. Santana paid tribute to those who influenced him and who had already gotten the same honor, including Eric Clapton, Jimi Hendrix, Jeff Beck and Jimmy Page.
John Densmore Comments On Feud With Doors Bandmates »
In his new book, The Doors Unhinged: Jim Morrison's Legacy Goes on Trial, Doors drummer John Densmore discusses his public battle with fellow remaining band members Ray Manzarek and Robby Krieger. Densmore says that the issues between the three started in 2003 when Cadillac offered a multi-million deal to include the band's music in a commercial . . .
Fleetwood Mac Planning To Release More New Music »
Fleetwood Mac fans might not have to wait too much longer for new music, as guitarist Lindsey Buckingham says the legendary band has around eight new tracks recorded. Buckingham shared the good news with Billboard, adding that the eight new songs are four more than were included on the band's recently released Extended Play EP.