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    STICKY: Reposting of hennemusic news stories STICKY: 2014 hennemusic Rock News Awards announced STICKY: Van Halen sweep 2014 hennemusic Rock News Awards LATEST NEWS Motley Crue would reunite for Rock Hall induction Megadeth issue first photo of new studio lineup The Darkness premiere Open Fire video Def Leppard guitarist launches Delta Deep blues project Jack White donates large sum to

  • Motley Crue would reunite for Rock Hall induction

    As Motley Crue enter the home stretch on their career as a live touring act, frontman Vince Neil says the only likely chance of the band reappearing would be to perform at their induction into the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame – if that were ever to happen. When Motley Crue announced their farewell tour in January of 2014, the members signed a Cessation Of Touring Agreement which forbids the band

  • Megadeth issue first photo of new studio lineup

    (L-R) Chris Adler, Dave Mustaine, Kiko Loureiro, David Ellefson Megadeth have issued the first photo of their new recording lineup. Dave Mustaine and David Ellefson recently announced the addition of former Angra guitarist Kiko Loureiro to the band, with Lamb Of God drummer Chris Adler joining the group in the studio as a guest player on their next studio album. The follow-up to 2013’s "

  • The Darkness premiere Open Fire video

    UK rockers The Darkness are premiering the video for their new single, “Open Fire”, from their forthcoming 4th album, “Last Of Our Kind.” The clip was filmed on Ireland’s Valentia Island, the same place where the project was recorded. Due June 1, the follow-up to 2012’s “Hot Cakes” was produced by guitarist Dan Hawkins. “Last Of Our Kind” will be issued on limited edition color vinyl, CD and

  • VIDEO: Vince Neil performs Motley Crue classics at Long Beach Grand Prix

    Motley Crue frontman Vince Neil was on hand to perform on April 18 as part of the 41st Toyota Grand Prix Of Long Beach weekend. Neil waved the green flag for the Pro/Celebrity Race on Saturday before headlining the annual Rock-N-Roar concert ahead of the full race on Sunday. Neil and Motley Crue will resume their farewell tour next month with shows in Australia and New Zealand, followed by

  • Jack White makes large donation to support National Blues Museum

    Jack White has made a large donation to help support The National Blues Museum in St. Louis. The museum reports White’s six-figure contribution will fund the “Mix It Up” creative Blues experience within the state-of-the-art facility, which is scheduled to open later this year. The museum bills “Mix It Up” as the culminating experience of every guest’s visit to the new museum. Traveling through

  • White Stripes and Metallica top Record Store Day sales

    The White Stripes and Metallica topped sales on Record Store Day last Saturday. BuzzAngle Music reports The White Stripes' fifth album, 2005’s “Get Behind Me Satan”, led the way with vinyl sales, while Metallica’s 1982 cassette demo tape, "No Life 'Till Leather", came in second place with a non-vinyl release. “Get Behind Me Satan” was issued on vinyl for the first time on Record Store Day to

  • Def Leppard guitarist launches Delta Deep blues project

    Def Leppard guitarist Phil Collen is launching a new blues project called Delta Deep. The lineup includes Collen on guitar and vocals, singer Debbi Blackwell-Cook, Stone Temple Pilots bassist Robert DeLeo, and drummer Forrest Robinson. Due June 23, the band’s self-titled debut album includes guest appearances by Def Leppard vocalist Joe Elliott, Whitesnake’s David Coverdale, Sex Pistols/

  • Scott Weiland announces new guitarist

    Nick Maybury Scott Weiland and The Wildabouts have announced the addition of guitarist Nick Maybury to the lineup following the passing of Jeremy Brown from undisclosed causes on March 30 at the age of 34. Brown’s death came on the day Weiland and the group released their debut album, “Blaster.” Maybury was a member of the Australian band Mink before he relocated to Los Angeles; he has since

  • R.E.M. By MTV doc to screen in cinemas ahead of DVD release

    The Alexander Young documentary, “R.E.M. By MTV”, will screen in US theaters next month ahead of its DVD/Blu-ray release on June 2. The project traces the career of the Athens, Georgia band who formed in 1980 and helped bring alternative rock into the mainstream. The group tells their story in their own words, through three decades of performances and interviews R.E.M. gave to MTV channels in

  • John Lennon vinyl box set features solo album collection

    John Lennon's eight remastered solo albums will be featured in “Lennon”, a forthcoming 8LP box set containing heavyweight 180-gram vinyl and authentically replicated original artwork. Due June 9, “Lennon” is the first collection of John Lennon's solo albums to be released on vinyl. The set runs from 1970’s “John Lennon/Plastic Ono Band” through to 1984’s “Milk And Honey.” All eight studio

  • Bret Michaels previews Girls On Bars video

    Bret Michaels has issued a preview of the video for his new single, “Girls On Bars.” The country-rock crossover is the lead single from Michaels’ forthcoming collection, “True Grit”, featuring 21 tracks by the Poison frontman. “It is a very Americana, fun summer song that reminds me how much I love music with a sublime video feel of hanging with the fans,” says Michaels. “I wrote this song

  • Jack White plays acoustic show in Alaska

    Jack White played the first date of his series of acoustic shows on Monday in Anchorage, Alaska. White previously revealed his plan to perform a short acoustic tour of the only five states left in the U.S. that he has yet to play as he winds down his “Lazaretto” world tour before taking an extended break from live performances. The Alaska Dispatch News reports 900 fans paid $3 each to see

  • Dave Mustaine raves about new Megadeth guitarist

    Megadeth leader Dave Mustaine is raving about new guitarist Kiko Loureiro as the band works on its 15th album. “Kiko finished all the acoustic guitar parts today,” tweeted Mustaine on Monday. “Definitely the best guitarist we've ever had.” Loureiro joined the group following last fall’s departure of Chris Broderick, while Shawn Drover has been replaced by Lamb Of God drummer Chris Adler as a

  • The Darkness announce drummer exit

    UK rockers The Darkness have announced the departure of drummer Emily Dolan Davies just a month after she made her live debut with the band. “Sad to say our fantastic drummer Emily Dolan Davies is leaving for new projects, and so we part ways with fond farewells,” says the group. “Emily played a huge part in the recording of our new album ‘Last of Our Kind’ and makes a final appearance in the

  • Motley Crue add dates to North American farewell tour

    Motley Crue have added 21 new North American dates to the final leg of their farewell tour. The group will launch the run October 5 in Hidalgo, TX en route to their final concert on New Year’s Eve at the Staples Center in Los Angeles. "The demand to add more shows in North America has been overwhelming,” says bassist Nikki Sixx. “The fans have spoken, so we've been trying to find time for more

  • AC/DC drummer Phil Rudd pleads guilty to death threat and drug charges

    AC/DC drummer Phil Rudd pleaded guilty to drug charges and threatening to kill a former assistant at a hearing in New Zealand's Tauranga District Court on Tuesday. Stuff.co.nz reports Rudd had previously planned to defend two counts of threatening to kill and possession of 0.71g of methamphetamine and 130g of cannabis. A second charge of threatening to kill was withdrawn by Crown Prosecutor

  • Neil Young announces new album and tour

    Neil Young will release a new album, “The Monsanto Years”, on June 16. The project sees Young team with Promise Of The Real, featuring Willie Nelson’s sons Lukas and Micah Nelson. Rolling Stone reports Young has railed for years against Monsanto, a chemical company specializing in genetically modified seeds. Last November, Young urged a boycott of Starbucks when they partnered with Monsanto

  • Foo Fighters announce fall European tour

    The Foo Fighters have announced dates for a fall tour of Europe in support of “Sonic Highways.” Already scheduled to play a series of dates on the continent this summer, the group will return for an 8-show run starting November 5 in Amsterdam. Tickets for some concerts will go on sale on Thursday, April 23 with most shows available this Friday, April 24. On Saturday, the Foo Fighters played a

  • Roger Waters The Wall coming to cinemas

    “Roger Waters The Wall”, a documentary shot during the former Pink Floyd member’s three-year solo tour, will be screened in US theaters and cinemas worldwide on September 29 via Fathom Events. The Wall Live tour brought the famed 1979 Pink Floyd album to arenas and stadiums around the world between 2010 and 2013. Waters played 219 dates that brought in a total of approximately $458 million

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