Former Uriah Heep/Ozzy Osbourne Drummer Lee Kerslake Passes Away
Legendary drummer Lee Kerslake, best known for his time with Uriah Heep and Ozzy Osbourne, has passed away at the age of 73 after a battle with prostate cancer.
Former The God's and Uriah Heep keyboardist Ken Hensley broke the news, stating: "It's with the heaviest of hearts that I share with you ...
Break Me Down - New Lyric Video For The Pond Out Now!
With the lyric video for The Pond the band ends the cycle of the namesake LP released in late 2019.
In late February, Break Me Down announced a line-up change introducing, to their fans, Veronica as their new singer. Her peculiar bluesy-dark vocal dynamic gives the additional quid that the band ...
The Hot One Two Drop New Single Rolling Stone
Brit rockers The Hot One Two Aka T.H.O.T are back with their new single Rolling Stone delivering a riffy, hook heavy slab of rock n roll to the listener. T.H.O.T are reminiscent of that classical sound many of us fell in love with, infused with modern anthemic rock. The track is guitar driven showing ...
Onemac Teams With James O'Connor And Kim Diaz-Smith For Powerful Musical Statement Against Our Culture Of Abuse Of Women
If the past few years have taught us anything, it's that women will no longer stay silent in the face of systematic abuse. Furthermore, they are tired of being pressured into acceptance while their male counterparts sit idly by, enjoying the benefit of safety their gender provides them. Now, a growing ...
Joe Bonamassa Set To Perform First Ever Pay-Per-View Concert Giving Back To Musicians In Need
It is not too late to purchase tickets to guitar legend Joe Bonamassa's career first pay-per-view global streaming concert event, broadcasting live from the legendary Ryman Auditorium in Nashville, TN on September 20th @ 4pm Eastern. Bonamassa will perform over 90 minutes of new music and old hits, ...
Cindy Blackman Santana's New Solo Album 'Give The Drummer Some,' Featuring Carlos Santana, John McLaughlin, Kirk Hammett And Vernon Reid, Out Sept. 18
On September 18, renowned virtuoso drummer, songwriter and singer Cindy Blackman Santana will release her astonishing new solo album, Give the Drummer Some. Three years in the making, the record is a rapturous testament to Blackman Santana's unparalleled musicianship and compositional mastery, featuring ...
Shanghai Blues Unveil Ambitious New Alt-rock Single 'Save Me' Released 16th September 2020
Following on from B-side, 'Honey', released last month, East-London quartet SHANGHAI BLUES are delighted to unveil their new single, 'Save Me'—out today through all good digital service providers.
Listen and share here: https://awal.ffm.to/saveme
An exhilarating dose of drive-time-paced rock, ...
Elvis Costello's October Surprise - 50 Songs For 50 Days
These lines come from a campaign song that I wrote for a musical adaptation of the Budd Schulberg story, "A Face In The Crowd", which would have been coming to the stage quite soon, had it not been for the present contagion.
"Face" is the tale of Lonesome Rhodes, a lying, cheating, pill-popping ...
Alabama Announces Only Concert In 2020
ALABAMA, the most successful group in the history of country music, has been revealed as the first featured performer for Camping World®'s FREE virtual weekly concert series, Taking the Highways Across America. The band's upcoming appearance, set for Tuesday, September 15 at 8:00 p.m. / CT, will be ...
Dave Specter And Billy Branch Release Tribute To George Floyd, September 9th On Delmark Records
Horrified by the death of George Floyd at the hands of police, Chicago blues guitarist Dave Specter turned to his guitar and his longtime friend, harmonica great Billy Branch. Specter wrote a tribute to Floyd titled "The Ballad of George Floyd" and Delmark Records released it digitally 9/9. The song ...
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