Rush will screen a director’s cut of their 2019 concert film, Cinema Strangiato, for a one-night-only event on Sept. 9.
Journey guitarist Neal Schon has confirmed on social media that former drummer Deen Castronovo has rejoined the band.
Dusty Hill, the longtime bassist for rock band ZZ Top, died today in his sleep at home in Houston. He was 72. Hill had recently suffered a hip injury that prompted his departure from the band’s 021-22 tour of North America, which was set to include a Las Vegas residency.
Roger Daltrey Skipped Sessions for The Who Sell Out as He Was Afraid of Jimi Hendrix Stealing His Girlfriend
The Who’s Pete Townshend says that Roger Daltrey was absent for some of the studio sessions for their band’s third album, The Who Sell Out, as the vocalist was nervous about the possibility of Jimi Hendrix seducing his girlfriend, later wife, Heather Taylor.
Stevie Nicks’ debut solo album Bella Donna was released 40 years ago today. To celebrate, Nicks has posted an entry from her journal in which she reflects on the making of the album and what it meant for her career. She began by shouting out her background vocalists Lori Perry-Nicks and Sharon Celani: “I wanted us to sound like the girl version of Crosby Stills and Nash. I did not want the record to sound anything like Fleetwood Mac — that would have defeated the dream.”