Rush Ask Judge to Help Stamp Out Bootleg Merchandise
The members of Rush may choose free will, but they expect to get paid fair market value for their concert souvenirs. The Canadian progressive rockers have asked a judge in Pittsburgh to direct federal marshals to help crack down on unlicensed merchandise at their upcoming concerts.
Comprehensive Led Zeppelin Oral History Coming in November
Led Zeppelin have been the subject of a number of books, from the titillating ‘Hammer of the Gods’ to some serious literary efforts. But a new book titled ‘Led Zeppelin: The Oral History of the World’s Greatest Rock Band’ promises a new slant on the history and music of…
‘Sammy Hagar Day’ Coming to California Town
Sammy Hagar is one popular guy in the city of Roseville, Calif. The irrepressible rocker has made such an outstanding contribution to Roseville that the town has decided to honor him by declaring Sept. 15, 2012 Sammy Hagar Day.
Lynyrd Skynyrd + Night Ranger’s Jack Blades Lend Their Voices to the 2012 Republican Natio…
Rock music is often perceived as a hotbed of liberal attitudes, but a couple of prominent classic rock acts will be on hand to perform at the Republican National Convention in Tampa Bay this coming week.
The Who Will Honor Ticket Stubs to Canceled Show From 1979
It’s not unusual for touring bands to honor tickets from canceled shows at subsequent re-scheduled dates - unless, of course, those re-scheduled shows take place more than three decades later.