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    STICKY: Reposting of hennemusic news stories LATEST NEWS Roger Waters to headline Newport Folk Festival VIDEO: Roger Daltrey threatens to end Who show due to pot smoke VIDEO: Rolling Stones rock Los Angeles club show Black Sabbath honored at Ivor Novello Awards VIDEO: Foo Fighters perform farewell to Letterman Rolling Stones warm-up for tour with rare Los Angeles club show Foo Fighters

  • VIDEO: Rolling Stones rock Los Angeles club show

    photos courtesy of Rolling Stones on Facebook The Rolling Stones are sharing video and photos from their Los Angeles club show on Wednesday. Footage from the last-minute concert at the city’s Fonda Theatre includes snippets of “Brown Sugar” and “Moonlight Mile”, a track from the band’s 1971 album classic, “Sticky Fingers”, which was performed in its entirety ahead of its reissue on June 8 (

  • Roger Waters to headline Newport Folk Festival

    Roger Waters will headline the opening night of the 2015 Newport Folk Festival on Friday, July 24. Waters says he plans to deliver “an intimate appearance specifically crafted” for the event, set for July 24-26 at Fort Adams State Park in Newport, RI. The former Pink Floyd bassist will top a bill that includes Tallest Man On Earth, Iron & Wine and Ben Bridwell, the Watkins Family Hour and

  • VIDEO: Roger Daltrey threatens to end Who show due to pot smoke

    Roger Daltrey threatened to end The Who’s concert at the Nassau Coliseum in Long Island on Wednesday due to fans smoking pot near the stage. Newsday reports Daltrey has a well-known allergy to marijuana smoke that affects his throat and singing voice, a condition the band emphasized during the informational slides it projected before its set. The smoke's impact was almost immediate on his

  • Black Sabbath honored at Ivor Novello Awards

    Black Sabbath have been given the Lifetime Achievement prize at the 60th Ivor Novello Awards. pic.twitter.com/sBMPPag0Th— Global's Newsroom (@globalsnewsroom) May 21, 2015 Black Sabbath were honored with a Lifetime Achievement Award at the 2015 Ivor Novello Awards in London on Thursday. Now in its 60th year, the annual UK music industry event organized by the British Academy Of Songwriters And

  • Original Foreigner vocalist Lou Gramm expands North American tour

    Original Foreigner vocalist Lou Gramm has announced new dates for a summer tour of North America. The trek starts May 21 in Washington state, with shows scheduled into mid-September and more dates to be added. The singer will be joined by his touring band, which includes brother Ben Grammatico on drums, Michael Staertow on guitar, AD Zimmer on bass and Andy Knoll on keyboards. Gramm led

  • VIDEO: Foo Fighters perform farewell to Letterman

    The Foo Fighters gave David Letterman a musical send-off on his final broadcast Wednesday after more than three decades in late night television. Dressed in tuxedos but not seen again once the first notes of the song rang out, the group performed one of The Late Show host’s favorite songs, “Everlong”, while a montage of clips from the program’s history streamed by. Letterman explained the

  • Rolling Stones warm-up for tour with rare Los Angeles club show

    The Rolling Stones played a rare club show at The Fonda Theatre in Los Angeles Wednesday night as a warm-up to their upcoming Zip Code Tour of North America. The band performed what they are billing as a “one-time only set” featuring the original “Sticky Fingers” album in its entirety with additional Stones hits. The group are releasing a remastered version of the project on June 8 (June 9 in

  • Chris Cornell announces tour of New Zealand and Australia

    Soundgarden frontman Chris Cornell has announced dates for a solo acoustic tour of New Zealand and Australia. Cornell will perform three shows in New Zealand in November before playing another six in Australia. Tickets for all shows go on sale to the public on Monday, June 1. Cornell finished recording his fourth solo studio album in March and it is due for release this fall – in advance of

  • AUDIO: Joe Satriani debuts lead track from Shockwave Supernova

    Joe Satriani is debuting “On Peregrine Wings”, the lead track from his forthcoming album, “Shockwave Supernova.” Due July 24, the guitarist co-produced his 15th album with John Cuniberti and recorded the project late last year at Skywalker Sound in Lucas Valley, CA, with keyboardist and guitarist Mike Keneally, drummer Marco Minnemann and bassist Bryan Beller. “I couldn’t have asked for a

  • Lynyrd Skynyrd to release all-star tribute concert

    On July 24, Lynyrd Skynyrd will release “One More For The Fans”, a 2CD/DVD set featuring highlights from an all-star tribute concert held at the Fox Theatre in Atlanta last November. The event featured performances by Lynyrd Skynyrd as well as music legends and young talent, including Trace Adkins, Alabama, Gregg Allman, Blackberry Smoke, Cheap Trick, Charlie Daniels, Peter Frampton, Gov’t Mule

  • Rolling Stones to play Los Angeles club show tonight

    The Rolling Stones will play a club show at The Fonda Theatre in Los Angeles Wednesday night as they prepare to launch their North American tour in San Diego on May 24. Tickets for the rare club appearance at the 1,200 capacity venue sold out within minutes of going on sale at noon PST today. The band will perform their 1971 album classic, “Sticky Fingers”, in its entirety along with tracks

  • Foo Fighters to appear as final musical guests on Letterman

    The Foo Fighters will appear Wednesday night as the final musical guests on The Late Show with David Letterman, reports Rolling Stone. Letterman will deliver his farewell program tonight after more than three decades in late night television. The host has been an outspoken fan of the Foo Fighters throughout the years. Letterman personally invited the group to appear on his first program back

  • Aerosmith: 40th anniversary of Toys In The Attic featured on In The Studio

    Aerosmith mark the 40th anniversary of their 1975 album, “Toys In The Attic”, on the latest edition of North American rock radio series In The Studio. Steven Tyler, Brad Whitford and Joey Kramer join host Redbeard to discuss the group’s third album. The project spawned two US Top 40 singles, including “Sweet Emotion” and the Top 10 hit “Walk This Way”, helping the record peak at No. 11 on the

  • Aerosmith: Steven Tyler debuts on US Billboard country charts

    Aerosmith frontman Steven Tyler has debuted on the US Billboard charts with his first country single, “Love Is Your Name.” Billboard reports the song – written by Lindsey Lee and Eric Paslay – enters the Country Airplay chart at No. 33. Tyler issued the single to radio last week and delivered the debut live performance of the tune on the season 14 finale of American Idol on May 13. The

  • The Who: Pete Townshend previews new solo collection Truancy

    Pete Townshend of The Who is previewing “Guantanamo”, a new track featured on his forthcoming solo collection, “Truancy – The Very Best of Pete Townshend.” Due June 29 (June 30 in North America), the package presents 15 songs from the guitarist’s solo career plus two new tunes: “Guantanamo” and “How Can I Help You.” "I hope it offers a selection that works to introduce new fans to my solo work

  • VIDEO: AC/DC singer visits MG factory on Cars That Rock series

    AC/DC frontman Brian Johnson visits the iconic MG factory in Longbridge in the latest episode from the second season of Cars That Rock. Available on UK’s Quest TV, the series follows Johnson as he pursues his passion of cars, looking into the history, meeting with industry experts and reporting on racing in general. Johnson launched the first season of Cars That Rock in the spring of 2014. In

  • Extreme to film Las Vegas concert for release

    Extreme have announced that their upcoming May 30 concert at The Joint at The Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas will be filmed for a future release. Part of the Boston band’s Pornograffitti Live 25th Anniversary tour, the Vegas event – billed as “Metal Meltdown” and featuring Twisted Sister, Skid Row and Great White – will be filmed for a worldwide cinema release, a TV broadcast and a CD/

  • Yes bassist Chris Squire diagnosed with leukemia

    Yes bassist Chris Squire will undergo treatment after being diagnosed with Acute Erythroid Leukemia (AEL), an uncommon form of Acute Myeloid Leukemia (AML). Squire will receive treatment in his hometown of Phoenix, Arizona over the next few months. Yes alumnus Billy Sherwood will step in for Squire on the band’s previously scheduled summer tour of North America with Toto and will perform on

  • VIDEO: Eddie Vedder rocks farewell to Letterman

    Pearl Jam frontman Eddie Vedder rocked his farewell performance to David Letterman Monday night as one of the final musical guests on The Late Show. Backed by Paul Shaffer and the CBS Orchestra, Vedder delivered an intense performance of Pearl Jam’s 1994 track, “Better Man”, as a send-off to the host ahead of his final broadcast on Wednesday, May 20 after more than three decades in late night

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