STICKY: Reposting of hennemusic news stories LATEST NEWS VIDEO: U2 perform Gloria for first time in a decade Foo Fighters confirm plans to play July 4 show in Washington VIDEO: Def Leppard guitarist joins tour following cancer news Judas Priest announce UK tour VIDEO: Michael Monroe performs with Alice Cooper in Helsinki VIDEO: The Who issue 1971 classic from Live At Shea Stadium 1982 set
U2 performed their 1981 track, âGloriaâ, for the first time in 10 years during their show in Chicago on Sunday. "We're a band from the north side of Dublin called U2," said Bono as an introduction. "This is the first time we've played this song in about 20 years." Last played live in December of 2005, the single from âOctoberâ was the second song of the third night of a five-night residency
Judas Priest have announced dates for a late fall tour of the UK. The 6-show run â with guests Michael Schenker's Temple Of Rock â opens in Bradford on November 23. Fan club and venue pre-sales begin July 1 with general public tickets going on sale July 3. The band are on the road in support of their 2014 album, âRedeemer Of Souls.â The record marked guitarist Richie Faulkner's studio debut
The Foo Fighters have confirmed plans to move forward with their 20th anniversary concert at RFK Stadium in Washington, DC on July 4 following a recent broken leg to frontman Dave Grohl. âCanât f***ing wait for the 4th!!!,â tweeted the band. âSee you at home, DC.â The event will see the Foos joined by guests including Buddy Guy, Gary Clark Jr., Heart, Joan Jett, LL Cool J, Trombone Shorty and
Def Leppard guitarist Vivian Campbell joined the bandâs newly-launched North American summer tour in Atlanta, GA on Sunday following news that his cancer had returned. The group brought in Trixter guitarist Steve Brown in Campbellâs place for the first few shows of the run â which opened in Tampa, FL last week â while he addressed his health issue with doctors. First diagnosed with Hodgkin's
Michael Monroe joined Alice Cooper for his 1972 classic, âSchoolâs Outâ, at the Tuska festival in Helsinki, Finland on Sunday. Cooperâs encore with Monroe wrapped up a 24-song set the event as the shock rocker performs on his Raise The Dead tour. âHey, had a FANTASTIC time with Alice Cooper tonight at the Tuska Festival in Helsinki!!,â posted Monroe after the show. âThank You, Alice! Thank
The Who are celebrating the release of âLive At Shea Stadium 1982â with a performance video of their 1971 classic, âBehind Blue Eyesâ, from the package. Now available on DVD, SD Blu-ray and digital formats, the set features the second show of the groupâs two-night stand at New Yorkâs Shea Stadium in the fall of 1982. On the road in support of tenth album, âItâs Hardâ, the trek was the last to
Iron Maiden bassist and founder Steve Harris has released a live video for the track âEyes Of The Youngâ from his solo project British Lion. First issued in 2012, the record features Richard Taylor on vocals, David Hawkins on guitar and keys, Grahame Leslie on guitar, and Simon Dawson on drums. Harris will take British Lion on the road for a full UK tour this summer with dates starting July
The Rolling Stones were joined by pop singer Ed Sheeran for a performance of their 1978 classic, âBeast Of Burdenâ, at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City, MO in Saturday. The song was the second single from the bandâs âSome Girlsâ album and a Top 10 US hit, reaching No. 8 on the Billboard Hot 100; the album hit US No. 1 on its way to selling more than 6 million copies in the States alone.
Yes bassist and founder Chris Squire died Saturday at the age of 67, a month after revealing that he was suffering from a rare form of leukemia. Yes keyboardist Geoff Downes broke the news early Sunday, tweeting, âUtterly devastated beyond words to have to report the sad news of the passing of my dear friend, bandmate and inspiration Chris Squire.â The band confirmed the news, saying âItâs
Van Halen tops this weekâs hennemusic Hot 10. A new interview with Eddie Van Halen has sparked a controversy involving past band members Michael Anthony and Sammy Hagar. Read all about it this weekâs top story! The HH10 is a list of the most-viewed rock news stories in the past week by hennemusic readers. For a full list of hennemusic Hot 10 charts, check out the archives here. hennemusic
The Rolling Stones enjoyed a rare night out together on June 25 when they hung out with Buddy Guy at his club in Chicago, IL on June 25. Rolling Stone reports the day started when Keith Richards visited Buddy Guyâs Legends in the afternoon to interview the blues icon for an upcoming documentary project. That evening, the band arrived to spend time with Guy to reminisce â they first met in a
Motorhead performed their 1980 classic, âAce Of Spadesâ, at UKâs Glastonbury festival on Friday, and hennemusic is presenting the world premiere of exclusive video from the show. The band were featured on the eventâs opening day on a bill headlined by Florence + The Machine, who stepped in to cover for the Foo Fighters after Dave Grohl broke his leg during a show in Sweden on June 12.
Metallica are sharing footage of a performance of their 1983 track, âNo Remorseâ, at the Rock In Vienna festival in Vienna, Austria on June 4. The bandâs video highlight package also includes guitarist Kirk Hammett and drummer Lars Ulrich in the meet and greet, and the group warming up in the Tuning Room before the show. The group are also sharing audio of their 1984 classic, âFor Whom The
Journey guitarist Neal Schon will perform double-duty by opening shows on the bandâs upcoming Canadian tour. Schon â who just released his latest solo album, âVortexâ â will be joined by current Journey touring drummer Oamar Hakim, keyboardist Rachel Z Hakim and bassist Jerry Brooks for the dates, which begin in Winnipeg, MB on July 6. The month-long, 16-show run starts July 6 in Winnipeg,
Roger Waters will headline Music Heals, a benefit for MusiCorps â a charity supporting injured US service men and women and their families â at Washington, DCâs DAR on Friday, October 16. Waters â who will be joined by special guests Billy Corgan, Sheryl Crow and Tom Morello â has supported MusiCorps for a number of years and served as a mentor to members of the MusiCorps Band, playing with the
Def Leppard kicked off their North American summer tour in Tampa, FL on June 23. Opening night saw Trixter guitarist Steve Brown sitting in for Vivian Campbell, who recently announced that his ongoing battle with cancer â he was first diagnosed with Hodgkin's lymphoma in 2013 - had returned for the first time since he underwent a stem cell transplant last fall. Campbell also revealed that he
Robert Plant is sharing footage of his performance of updated versions of a pair of Led Zeppelin classics at the recent Bonnaroo Music And Arts Festival in Tennessee. On the road in support of âlullaby and...The Ceaseless Roarâ, Plant and the Sensational Space Shifters reworked Zeppelinâs âRock And Rollâ and paired together Howlin' Wolf's "No Place to Go" with his former bandâs "Dazed And
Robert Plant is sharing footage of his performance of âFixin To Dieâ at the Bonnaroo Music And Arts Festival in Tennessee on June 14. A version of the vintage 1940 blues track â originally written and recorded by Bukka White â appeared on Plantâs 2002 album, âDreamland.â The Bonnaroo stop was one of the final dates on the singerâs spring North American tour in support of âlullaby and...The
Motley Crue singer Vince Neil appeared on the latest episode of the ABC-TV reality series Celebrity Wife Swap, and video of the episode is available. The program â which sees two women of celebrity families trading households, lifestyles and children (but not bedrooms) for one week â has Neilâs girlfriend, Rain, swap places with Lila Nelson, the wife of Gunnar Nelson from the 90âs band Nelson.