This Video Proves Cats are Essentially Jerks
If you’ve been sitting on the fence regarding whether or not to get a cat, this video might be all you need to sway you either way.
Classic Pink Floyd, Velvet Underground Album Covers Recreated Using Socks
Pink Floyd might have denied rumors they would be appearing at the closing ceremony of the 2012 London Olympics, but they can’t deny the flattery that comes when someone creates a tribute to one of their most famous albums covers — with socks!
Steve Miller Band to Re-Issue First Five Albums
Between the years 1968 and 1970, the Steve Miller Band released five albums that put them on the classic rock map. The group will reissue those five albums — with some help from Edsel Records — this coming Oct. 8 as digitally remastered special digipak editions.
Paul McCartney Live Special Headed to PBS This Fall
With the London Olympics winding down after his tremendous (if underpaid) performance, former Beatles legend Paul McCartney is bringing his Feb. 9 performance of his 2012 album ‘Kisses On The Bottom’ at Capitol Studios to PBS. The special will air Sept. 7 on PBS’ ‘Great Performances.’
10 Who Fans Exchange 1979 Tickets for New Ones
It only took 33 years but at long last the remaining ticket holders of the 1979 cancelled Who show have reason to celebrate — they’ve just traded in their tickets in exchange for new ones to the band’s February 2013 show at the Dunkin’ Donuts Center in Providence, R.I.
Queensryche Make Live Debut with New Singer
Progressive heavy metal group Queensryche‘s remaining members are back on their feet again, performing at their first live show since the recent ousting of vocalist Geoff Tate.
Kiss Releases ‘Monster’ Cover Artwork
It’s here! The members of the Kiss army have been scouring the Internet for over a week to find the full cover artwork of the bands upcoming album ‘Monster.’
Sebastian Bach Caught in the Middle of Guns N’ Roses’ Drama
In the realm of luxurious problems, it’s tough being Sebastian Bach. At least, when you’re trying to get your new music heard and stay friends, as he is, with both sides in the various Guns N’ Roses alumni dramas.
Gene Simmons Pays Tribute to War Veterans on ‘Family Jewels’
July 9′s episode of ‘Gene Simmons Family Jewels’ — titled ‘Kiss A Vet’ — begins at Gene’s restaurant chain Rock & Brews, which is known for hiring veterans before anyone else. There he honors the vets with a $25,000 check.
Neil Young, John Mellencamp to Headline Farm Aid 2012
The date and place for the yearly festival that is Farm Aid — headlined and hosted by Neil Young, Willie Nelson, Dave Matthews and John Mellencamp — has been announced. On Saturday, Sept. 22, 2012, the concert will find it’s home at Hersheypark Stadium in Hershey, Penn.
Gene Simmons Makes a Final Decision Regarding Adoption on ‘Family Jewels’
This week’s episode of ‘Gene Simmons Family Jewels’ — airing July 2 and titled ‘Baby On Board?’ — starts out in therapy, with Dr. Wexler coming to the obvious and apparent conclusion that Gene does not want to adopt a child, a fact he has not shared with his eager-to-adopt-wife Shannon.
Can You Guess The Celebrity Cleavage?
This set of celebrity cleave belongs to the type of women whose work we might have seen but don’t necessarily want to admit it. Let’s put it this way–if we saw her dining at a restaurant or picking up a coffee at a Starbucks most of us would not go up to her explaining that we’re big fans. There’s only one convention for that… a place only suitable for adults.