It all started about two months ago, when Adam Yauch (aka MCA) felt a lump in his throat like a swollen gland. But it turns out the diagnosis was far more serious: cancer. In a YouTube announcement, Yauch apologizes for having to cancel the band’s tour and postpone the release… Read More →
There’s really not much reason to think that you would’ve ever heard of Adam Fulara. But don’t go anywhere, because you might soon enough. (photo courtesy of adam.fulara.com) The 32-year-old software engineer-turned jazz musician has started to make some noise in his native Poland and parts of Europe, where his… Read More →
Poison frontman and VH1 reality TV personality Bret Michaels gave fans a glimpse of the injuries from his mishap at the Tony Awards on Sunday — a fat lip and a fractured nose. Michaels, 46, posted pics of his injuries on his website, and said the incident forced him to… Read More →
You’re not alone… See you in the lot at Jones Beach?
It’s the masks. They’re just so damn creepy. I’m talking about Slipknot here. The band will be giving a rare live interview this Friday night at 7:30 p.m. on WVOX’s “Metal Mayhem.” Host Matt O’Shaughnessy will talk to the guys about their upcoming headlining show at Madison Square Garden and… Read More →
Phish’s new seven-DVD set — “The Clifford Ball” — is due out in stores March 3 and is available for pre-order at Phish Dry Goods. Here’s some samples they just put out on the band’s YouTube channel! (Thanks to AJ Keirans for the Twitter tip!) “Fluffhead” “Bathtub Gin” “Punch You… Read More →
As I posted the other day, the Bacon Brothers this week performed at Acme Recording Studios in Mamaroneck as part of the Peak Performance Series. And yes, this is actually Bacon as in Kevin Bacon, the mega-famous movie actor! Some of you (don’t worry, I won’t name names) were a… Read More →
Warner Music Group has ordered YouTube to remove all music videos by its artists after contract negotiations broke down. The talks fell apart early Saturday because Warner wants a bigger share of the revenue potential of YouTube’s visitor traffic. Warner Music, home to artists including the Red Hot Chili Peppers… Read More →