We know that President Obama’s musical taste ranges from Al Green to Bruce Springsteen to Jay-Z. So who does presumptive Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney rock out to? The list of his favorite bands includes the Beach Boys, Kenny Chesney and a modern rock act you might not expect.
Big news today from Soundgarden‘s official YouTube page: The band released a 35-second clip of an aggressive new track called ‘Worse Dreams’ and announced that its long-awaited comeback album will be titled ‘King Animal.’
New Yorkers continue to remember Adam ‘MCA’ Yauch of the Beastie Boys, who passed away of cancer in May. To celebrate what would have been Yauch’s 48th birthday this weekend, fans have organized an MCA party and walking tour throughout Manhattan and Brooklyn.
Evidently “Weird Al” Yankovic was on to something years ago when he parodied the Red Hot Chili Peppers‘ ‘Give It Away’ with a “yabba dabba doo” chorus in ‘Bedrock Anthem.’ Chili Peppers drummer Chad Smith says that Anthony Kiedis’ singing often sounds like Flintstones gibberish to him.
It can’t be easy being Courtney Love‘s attorney. Her former lawyers, Keith A. Fink & Associates, are suing the troubled singer, claiming she stiffed them on more than $466,029.41 for work they performed for her in 2009.
The unreleased second music video for the Black Keys‘ ‘Gold on the Ceiling’ has finally surfaced. Directed by oddball filmmaker Harmony Korine, the unconventional clip features the duo dressed in baby onesies, carried around by their much larger doppelgangers.
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.
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.’
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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