“Everybody is always raving about the Rolling Stones, saying the Stones this and the Stones that. I’ve never cared for the Stones. They never had anything to offer me musically, especially in the drumming department,” Kramer states in an article from UltimateClassicRock.com.
Smashing Pumpkins were on the rise after the release of their 1991 debut Gish, but frontman Billy Corgan couldn’t share in the optimism. In a new interview, he revealed that he had contemplated suicide over its relative lack of success, and also how coming out of that depression resulted in one of his biggest hits, writes Diffuser.fm
Get ready Flint! It’s time for Loudwire Live to return for its 2017 outing! Loudwire Nights affiliate Banana 101.5 has announced the lineup for this year’s music festival, with Halestorm headlining the event on Friday, June 16, writes LoudWsire.com
One of the most influential bands in rock music, Grammy Award-winning multi-platinum band SOUNDGARDEN, today announced a North American headline tour that will kick off on May 3 in Atlanta, Georgia at the Fox Theatre. THE PRETTY RECKLESS and THE DILLINGER ESCAPE PLAN will support select dates, reports BlabberMouth.net
Keith Richards has made a lifelong habit of flirting with disaster and coming out on the winning end, but he’s had a few close calls along the way. On Feb. 27, 1977, he suffered one of his most infamous brushes with the long arm of the law, reports UltimateClassicRock.com