It’s been a while since we’ve heard from Bono, but the U2 frontman made a surprise appearance this week at a concert by Glen Hansard of the Swell Season at the Living Room in New York City, joining his fellow countryman onstage to sing the Irish anthem ‘The Auld Triangle.’
Violence broke out after Saturday night’s Red Hot Chili Peppers concert in Newark, N.J., where at least five people were assaulted leaving the venue by what a police director called a group of teenage “thugs.”
Among all the items of rock memorabilia that go up for auction on eBay, this one has to be one of the most unusual: A buyer recently paid $3,000 for a pair of used pajamas once worn on stage by Kurt Cobain.
U.K. electronic band the Prodigy are prepping their follow-up to 2009′s ‘Invaders Must Die.’ Band member Liam Howlett spoke to NME about the new record, whose working title is ‘How to Steal a Jet Fighter.’
Eddie Vedder‘s sentimental ballad ‘Skipping,’ a track from ‘Every Mother Counts 2012,’ the second-annual compilation of music for the worldwide campaign to reduce maternal mortality, is now streaming online.
The Offspring are back with a new album and song called ‘Days Go By.’ The single is set to debut this Friday, while the album is planned for later this summer. The band released a short teaser for the title track, a melodic mainstream rock song. Dexter Holland can be heard singing, “All your rage and all your hurt / Doesn’t matter in the end / Those days go by / And we all start again.“
Jack White never stops working. The talented guitarist, who just released his solo debut ‘Blunderbuss,’ has now agreed to compose the score for Walt Disney Pictures’ ‘The Lone Ranger,’ which is now filming in Mexico and is scheduled to hit theaters in 2013.
Since the death of Levon Helm on Thursday, rock musicians everywhere have been paying tribute to the late drummer of the Band. Coachella headliners the Black Keys did their part over the weekend, enlisting John Fogerty for a cover of the Band’s ‘The Weight.’
Comedian Chris Rock was gracious and funny in his expletive-laden speech on Saturday as he welcomed the Red Hot Chili Peppers into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Though he may have seemed like an odd choice to induct the band, Rock is friends with the Peppers and directed their 2006 music video ‘Hump de Bump.’
Even though Axl Rose refused to take part in Guns N’ Roses‘ induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Green Day showed up to induct the band anyway, offering a speech that was part punk rock and part sappy tribute.
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