DISTURBED Fan Who Was Publicly Humiliated At Dallas Concert Says She ‘Will Never Pay To See’ Band Again

DISTURBED Fan Who Was Publicly Humiliated At Dallas Concert Says She ‘Will Never Pay To See’ Band Again

A DISTURBED fan has slammed the band’s frontman for calling her out for texting during the group’s recent concert in Dallas, Texas, saying that she will “never pay to see him again nor will my friends.” Shannon Pardue tells the Dallas Observer that she started texting her 14-year-old daughter — who was at home in Rendon, a suburb southeast of Fort Worth, in the middle of a hailstorm — after the main part of DISTURBED‘s show was over and before the band returned to the stage to the encore. As…

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BREAKING: Joe Walsh Just Made A HUGE ANNOUNCEMENT That Will Drive Fans CRAZY!!

BREAKING: Joe Walsh Just Made A HUGE ANNOUNCEMENT That Will Drive Fans CRAZY!!

A Long Awaited Arrival Joe Walsh has just announced his “One Hell Of A Night” tour with Bad Company men, Paul Rodgers, Mick Ralphs, and Simon Kirke starting on May 12 at Dallas, TX’s Gexa Energy Pavillion! As major fans of the guitar legend and former Eagle, we can honestly say this is the most excited we have been in awhile and deem this event as something you cannot miss. “We wanted to open it up, meet our fans and give back something special to as many people as possible…

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Foo Fighters release comedy video to dispell suggestion they’re splitting up

Foo Fighters release comedy video to dispell suggestion they’re splitting up

The Foo Fighters have released a comedy video poking fun at the suggestion that they’re about to split up. It follows a number of rumours published in the US press, suggesting that mainmanDave Grohl wanted to go solo following his Oscars performance, and that drummer Taylor Hawkins was “pissed” about it. In the video, Grohl is seen leaving the band and beginning work on a solo single, while the band draw up a shortlist for his replacement. Then an announcement states: “For the millionth time, we’re not breaking up. And…

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Def Leppard Announce Summer Tour With REO Speedwagon and Tesla

Def Leppard Announce Summer Tour With REO Speedwagon and Tesla

Def Leppard‘s latest summer package tour includes some new friends as well as familiar faces. The band took to social media to announce the new dates, publishing a Facebook post that reveals they’ll be hitting the road this summer with REO Speedwagon and Tesla. As fans are no doubt aware, Tesla’s been touring with Def Leppard for some time — but these dates represent a twist on recent years, which have seen the duo sharing a bill with Styx. The news comes just a few days after Def Leppard announced…

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View teaser for Iron Maiden’s upcoming video game

View teaser for Iron Maiden’s upcoming video game

Iron Maiden have released a trailer for their upcoming Legacy Of The Beast video game. No release date has been given for the game which will feature on iOS and Android, but the trailer depicts the cover artwork of classic Maiden single Run To The Hills – with the band’s mascot Eddie battling the devil. Legacy Of The Beast is being developed by Vancouver-based Roadhouse Interactive. They’ve been working with Maiden’s management firm Phantom Music Management and have been given access to the band’s back catalogue.   See Trailer here…

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THE 25 MOST INFLUENTIAL GRUNGE ALBUMS EVER

THE 25 MOST INFLUENTIAL GRUNGE ALBUMS EVER

When the alternative revolution of the early ‘90s happened, the sub-genre that ushered it in was given the name of “grunge” due to its thick, sludgy sound. Our list of the 25 Most Influential Grunge Albums takes into consideration not just the ones that millions bought, but also those from the late ‘80s that helped pave the way for its success. Even though nearly every alternative act of the day, especially those from Seattle, were all lumped together as grunge bands, the truth is that they each had their own style…

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MICHAEL ANTHONY Joined By WARRANT Singer For VAN HALEN Classics At ‘Mark In The Morning’ Anniversary Concert

MICHAEL ANTHONY Joined By WARRANT Singer For VAN HALEN Classics At ‘Mark In The Morning’ Anniversary Concert

Former VAN HALEN bassist Michael Anthony was joined by several musicians, including WARRANT singer Robert Mason, to perform three VAN HALEN classics — “Panama”, “I’m The One” and “You Really Got Me” (originally by THE KINKS) — during the “Mark In The Morning” first-anniversary show on February 26 at the Saban Theatre in Beverly Hills, California. Fan-filmed video footage of the concert can be seen below. Anthony, singer Sammy Hagar, Eddie and Alex Van Halen last teamed up in 2004 for a U.S. summer tour. In exchange for taking part…

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Judas Priest Release ‘Breaking the Law’ Video From Upcoming ‘Battle Cry’ CD/DVD

Judas Priest Release ‘Breaking the Law’ Video From Upcoming ‘Battle Cry’ CD/DVD

“Breaking the what? Breaking the what!?” One of the simplest yet most impactful heavy metal songs ever written, “Breaking the Law” is not just a Judas Priest anthem, but a fist-raising embodiment of the spirit of rebellion. A live staple and fan-favorite, the song is featured on the band’s forthcoming CD/DVD, Battle Cry and the video for “Breaking the Law” from the Wacken 2015 performance in Germany has just been unleashed!   Read full Story at Loudwire

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Stage Name Origins

Stage Name Origins

Stage names play an important role in how a rock star expresses their personal image and style to the public. It’s certainly a more permanent part of their wardrobe than any guitar, shirt of leather jacket. Ever wonder how some of rock’s biggest stars came up with the names they use in public? Read Full Story at Ultimate Classic Rock

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Geezer Butler on Black Sabbath’s Early Struggles: ‘Rejected Again and Again’

Geezer Butler on Black Sabbath’s Early Struggles: ‘Rejected Again and Again’

Black Sabbath became an early standard bearer for heavy metal with their self-titled 1970 debut, but only after years of curious looks from people who didn’t understand their new sounds. “We used to do these auditions for record companies, and they’d just leave after the third song or something,” co-founding bassist Geezer Butler told Rolling Stone. “I’ll always remember one producer told us to go away, learn how to play and learn how to write some decent songs.” Read Full Story at Ultimate Classic Rock

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