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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 tops the hennemusic Hot 10 VIDEO: Motley Crue perform on The Tonight Show Black Crowes singer Chris Robinson comments on breakup Rush announce R40 Live 40th anniversary tour Pro video of Alice In Chains performing

  • Motley Crue tops the hennemusic Hot 10

    Motley Crue top this week’s hennemusic Hot 10. Bassist Nikki Sixx gave Justin Bieber the double bird salute in response to a question from the media as the band make the rounds to promote their farewell tour. Read all about it in this week’s 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,

  • VIDEO: Motley Crue perform on The Tonight Show

    Motley Crue performed their 1987 classic, “Girls, Girls, Girls”, on NBC-TV’s The Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon on Thursday. This week, the band released a video for a new single, “All Bad Things”, and announced the final North American dates of their farewell tour – which will wrap up December 31 in Los Angeles. The group added a second L.A. date – on December 30 – after the New Year’s

  • Black Crowes singer Chris Robinson comments on breakup

    Singer Chris Robinson has offered his first comments on the breakup of The Black Crowes. "It came from songwriting,” he tells the Broward/Palm Beach New Times. “The Black Crowes don't write songs anymore. They don't think of the present or the future. I like making albums and playing concerts. I was sitting on two EPs' worth of written songs." Growing impatient, the singer revived the Chris

  • Rush announce R40 Live 40th anniversary tour

    Rush have announced North American dates for the R40 40th anniversary tour. The band will hit 34 cities across the continent this summer, with shows beginning May 8 in Tulsa, OK. After 40 years together and 20 gold and platinum studio albums, Rush return to the road for their 21st tour, one which will most likely be their last major tour of this magnitude. The tour is named after their

  • VIDEO: NHL’s San Jose Sharks host Metallica Night

    Metallica were the featured guests of honor as the NHL’s San Jose Sharks hosted Metallica Night on Wednesday. The band were on hand for the event, which saw the Sharks take on their rivals, the Los Angeles Kings. Metallica were presented with custom-made Metallica-Sharks jerseys before they hit center ice, with drummer Lars Ulrich performing the ceremonial puck drop. The Sharks have been

  • Pro video of Alice In Chains performing at NFC Championship in Seattle

    Upgraded, pro-shot video of Alice In Chains’ performance during halftime at the NFC Championship Game at CenturyLink Field in Seattle on January 18 has surfaced. The band played “Man In The Box”, from their 1990 debut “Facelift”, and “Would?” from 1992’s sophomore album, “Dirt.” “It’s an honor to be asked to take part in anything to do with the Seahawks,” said longtime fan and guitarist Jerry

  • VIDEO: Motley Crue give Justin Bieber double bird salute

    Motley Crue bassist Nikki Sixx gave Justin Bieber the double bird salute in response to a question from the morning news team at WGN-TV Chicago as they make the rounds to promote their farewell tour. Following headlines that Bieber was seen hanging out with Keith Richards, WGN entertainment critic Dean Richards asked Sixx and singer Vince Neil what their reaction would be if the fallen pop

  • Rob Zombie updates status of latest solo album

    Rob Zombie says he has completed mixing his 5th solo album. The rocker tweeted: “Just finished the final mixes with @zeuss1 for the new studio album. Best album yet. No joke.” Zombie worked on the project with producer Chris "Zeuss" Harris (Hatebreed, All That Remains, Shadows Fall). Zombie friend, photographer Rob Fenn, raved about Zombie’s new music, tweeting “So EXCITED for this to come

  • Megadeth plan to release album with new lineup this year

    Megadeth bassist David Ellefson has confirmed the band are planning to release an album this year with a new lineup following the recent departures of guitarist Chris Broderick and drummer Shawn Drover. Both players issued separate statements in late November – just hours apart – that they were leaving to pursue their own musical interests; they have since confirmed plans to launch a new band

  • Ronnie James Dio musical to debut in Australia

    A musical featuring the songs of Ronnie James Dio will see its world premiere in Australia this March. “The Legend of Dio – A Metal Musical” – a fictional comedy based on Dio's music, lyrics and imagery – will include material from Dio, Black Sabbath and Rainbow as presented by members of three Melbourne-based bands. Billed as “equal parts Tenacious D, Rock of Ages and Shakespeare,” the

  • Led Zeppelin premiere unreleased version of Houses Of The Holy

    Led Zeppelin are premiering an unreleased version of “Houses Of The Holy” as a preview of the upcoming expanded reissue of their 1975 release, “Physical Graffiti”, due Febuary 23 (Feb. 24 in North America). "'Houses of the Holy' is unlike anything that anyone was doing," Jimmy Page tells Rolling Stone. "It's just something that's totally of its own. I think the lyrics are brilliant on it." As

  • Billy Idol postpones North American tour start due to illness

    Billy Idol has postponed the start of his North American tour due to illness. Idol has postponed the run’s first two shows - in New Orleans on Wednesday, January 21 and in Atlanta on Thursday, January 22 – after suffering a chest infection and is on doctor's orders to recover for a few days before hitting the stage again. “I’m really disappointed to be missing everyone this week in the Big

  • Linkin Park cancel North American tour due to injury

    Linkin Park have cancelled the remaining North American dates on The Hunting Party winter tour following a leg injury to frontman Chester Bennington. The band issued a statement saying “the injury requires immediate medical attention making it physically impossible for Bennington to perform.” “I'm really disappointed this injury has made it impossible to continue with this tour,” says the

  • Ace Frehley announces Australia and New Zealand tour

    Original KISS guitarist Ace Frehley has announced dates for a tour of Australia and New Zealand. The April/May run marks Frehley’s first Australian shows since 2010 and his first-ever New Zealand solo shows! "I can't wait to get down to New Zealand and Australia with this new lineup,” says Frehley. “I'll be performing Ace classics as well as songs off my new CD 'Space Invader' for the

  • PHOTOS: Stone Temple Pilots in the studio

    The Stone Temple Pilots are sharing photos from the studio as they continue to record their debut album with singer Chester Bennington of Linkin Park. Guitarist Dean DeLeo, bassist Robert DeLeo and drummer Eric Kretz can be seen working on the project while Bennington continues to play live shows with Linkin Park. Bennington was brought into the band after original frontman Scott Weiland was

  • Motley Crue release single and announce final farewell tour dates

    Motley Crue have released a video for a new single, “All Bad Things”, and announced the final North American dates of their farewell tour. The band wrote and recorded the song last spring before launching the tour in Grand Rapids, Michigan on July 2. Motley Crue resume the farewell trek with shows in Japan next month before hitting Australia and New Zealand in the spring; in June, they’ll play

  • Glenn Hughes comments on California Breed split

    Glenn Hughes has issued his first public comments on the breakup of California Breed. The former Deep Purple bassist formed the group in 2013 with Jason Bonham – from the ashes of supergroup Black Country Communion - and guitarist Andrew Watt, who revealed last week that the band had called it quits. and released their self-titled debut last May, but Bonham soon bailed due to scheduling

  • VIDEO: Rolling Stones thank fans in Australia and New Zealand

    The Rolling Stones have issued a video message thanking fans in Australia and New Zealand for their support of the 14 On Fire tour shows last last year. “What a way to end the tour in Australia and New Zealand,” says Mick Jagger. “It’s a great place to play,” adds Keith Richards, “and the other great thing about Australia and New Zealand is that it’s summer…but it’s winter at home.” The

  • VIDEO: Alice In Chains perform halftime show at NFC Championship game

    Alice In Chains performed the halftime show during the NFC Championship Game between the Seattle Seahawks and the Green Bay Packers at CenturyLink Field in Seattle on Sunday. The band played “Man In The Box”, from their 1990 debut “Facelift”, and “Would?” from 1992’s sophomore album, “Dirt.” “It’s an honor to be asked to take part in anything to do with the Seahawks,” said guitarist and

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