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  • Doors at it again...minus Jim

    Surviving Doors members Ray Manzarek, Robby Krieger and John Densmore have recorded a new song with DJ/producer Skrillex as part of a new documentary film, RE:GENERATION, that depicts five popular producers working with artists from five separate genres. The project, co-produced by the Grammys and directed by Amir Bar Lev, also brought in DJ Premier to produce a classical track with Nas and the Berklee School of Music Orchestra; Pretty Lights, who did a country song with Leann Rimes and Ralph Stanley; the Crystal Method, who recorded an R&B tune with Martha Reeves; and Mark Ronson, who teamed with Erykah Badu, members of the Dap Kings and Trombone Shorty for a Jazz cut. The film should premiere early in 2012 and will be part of Grammy Week next year. "I like to say this is the first new Doors track of the 21st century," Manzarek told Rolling Stone. As for working with Skrillex, he said they had an immediate connection. "He plays his beat, all he had to do was play the one thing. I listened to it and I said, 'Holy shit, that’s strong,'" Manzarek added. "Basically, it’s a variation on 'Milestones,' by Miles Davis, and if I do say so myself, sounds f***ing great, hot as hell."

  • Stupid laws in Kansas

    Rabbits may not be shot from motorboats.

  • Mountain Lions / Bears ? In Kansas? most likely!!

    I know I have been talking to lots of peeps who know that these critters exist in Kansas. Lots of animals are moving through the trees and following the rivers nowadays.

  • Jesse James Dupree of Jackyl was in a motorcycle wreck.....

    Jesse James Dupree is recuperating at home following a motorcycle accident on Route 411 by the Georgia / Alabama state line. Dupree was struck by an automobile, suffering a broken left ankle and foot, fractured right arm, and significant bruising to his lower back, alongside a severe case of road rash. The JACKYL frontman and co-star of "Full Throttle Saloon" on Tru-TV is expected to make a full recovery.

  • John Fogerty has announced a series of live shows!

    John Fogerty has announced a series of live shows at New York City's famed Beacon Theatre. Looking Out My Back Door: John Fogerty Performs Live! The Albums of Creedence Clearwater Revival will see Fogerty perform in their entirety Cosmo's Factory on November 17 and Green River on November 18. In addition, he will perform a bonus set comprising classic songs from the CCR days through his solo career. Fogerty will also perform Cosmo's Factory at a show on November 20 in Atlantic City.

  • Roger Waters is planning another round of North American dates for his Wall tour next year

    Roger Waters is planning another round of North American dates for his Wall tour next year. Speaking to Rolling Stone, the Pink Floyd member said, "There are quite a few markets we didn't cover last time, like Austin. But we want to base the tour around Saturday nights in baseball stadiums. As we speak, I'm at my office working on an outdoor version of the show." The Wall tour has only been an indoor show, but Waters says his team is currently running tests to see how it will work out in baseball parks including Wrigley Field and Yankee Stadium. Waters also appeared on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon on Tuesday as a guest, and performed "In The Flesh" backed by the Foo Fighters as part of Fallon's Pink Floyd Week.

  • The documentary God Bless Ozzy Osbourne is due on DVD and Blu-ray on November 15.

    The documentary God Bless Ozzy Osbourne is due on DVD and Blu-ray on November 15. The movie tells the life story of Ozzy, as seen through the eyes of his youngest child, Jack Osbourne, who worked alongside directors Mike Fleiss and Mike Piscitelli. During the movie, Ozzy recounts his troubled youth, his early career with Black Sabbath and the impact of fame and addictions on his first marriage. Music fans will also see live performances from around the world, including rare behind the scenes clips of Ozzy on and off stage, in his dressing rooms pre-show, and his nights in a series of hotel rooms.

  • Stores rolling out Xmas already!

    Some retailers say they are keeping the same holiday timeline as years past, but others admit they are trying to generate an early holiday buzz for Christmas shopping this year.

  • A Beatles concert contract from 1965.....

    A Beatles concert contract from 1965, which reveals that the Fab Four refused to play before a segregated audience, sold at auction this week for $23,033, according to Reuters. The contract, which was signed by the group's manager, Brian Epstein, specified that the band "not be required to perform in front of a segregated audience" for their August 31, 1965, show at the Cow Palace in Daly City, CA. The Cow Palace concert was part of the Beatles' third major tour of the United States. It sold at a Los Angeles auction held on Tuesday, but the buyer was not disclosed.

  • Guns N' Roses have announced their first U.S. tour in five years

    Guns N' Roses have announced their first U.S. tour in five years and their first proper tour since the 2008 release of the long-delayed Chinese Democracy. The 30 date tour is expected to wrap up on New Year's Eve, according to MTV News. A handful of tour dates were announced last week, but now the band has confirmed a lengthier list of cities, with more to be added.

  • The ratings lowdown for Two and a Half Men/Roast

    Charlie Sheen's celebrity roast was Comedy Central's most-watched roast ever, drawing 6.4 million viewers Monday, the cable network said.

  • Canadian prog-rock greats Rush will release a new live album, Time Machine 2011: Live In Cleveland

    Canadian prog-rock greats Rush will release a new live album, Time Machine 2011: Live In Cleveland, as well as a new live DVD/BluRay, this November. Recorded in April at Cleveland's Quicken Loans Arena during the trio's Time Machine world tour, the live album is the band's first live release recorded in the States.

  • Sting embarking on his "Back to Bass Tour"

    This fall, Sting will embark on the Back to Bass Tour throughout North America as he celebrates the 25th anniversary of his solo career. Tickets go on sale beginning September 19 at and In support of his forthcoming box set collection, Sting: 25 Years, slated for release on September 27, the tour features Sting backed by a five-piece band playing in intimate theater settings. Beginning in Boston on October 21, the tour will extend across the U.S. and Canada. Shows are schedule through December 8 in Vancouver, BC and additional dates will be announced in the coming weeks.

  • New Aerosmith news!! Back in the Saddle?

    A new video featuring Aerosmith bass player Tom Hamilton giving an update on the progress he and his band mates are making on their upcoming album has been posted on their AeroForceOne website.

  • Rolling Stones announced the release of the remastered, expanded, Super Deluxe, Deluxe and digital editions of 1978’s Some Girls

    Good news for Stones fans Fox Listeners!

  • Our good buddy Mick Fleetwood tells us Fleetwood Mac will tour again!

  • Steve-O's Nightclub Fire Joke Edited from Charlie Sheen Roast Special

    Though Comedy Central's roast of Charlie Sheen has yet to air, the special has already received criticism for an off-color joke made by one of the celebrity roasters.

  • Bob Seger rides again!!

    Bob Seger & the Silver Bullet Band have announced new dates for the second leg of their 2011 North American Tour. The group will be hitting a wide range of venues including New York’s Madison Square Garden, Eastern Michigan University to kick off the trek on November 2, and Seger’s first stadium festival show in decades at Orlando Calling on November 13. Additional dates will be announced shortly including the west coast swing of Seger's tour. Meanwhile, on September 13, Capitol/EMI will reissue Seger's multi-platinum Live Bullet and Nine Tonight concert albums digitally remastered with exclusive bonus tracks. Both titles will be released with restored original artwork and updated packaging and offered in a special CD/t-shirt box combination at select retailers.

  • Artists' who contain backward messages in their songs

    Artists who have been accused of backmasking include Led Zeppelin,The Beatles,Pink Floyd,Electric Light Orchestra,Queen,Styx,AC/DC, Judas Priest,The Eagles,The Rolling Stones,Jefferson Starship,Black Oak Arkansas,Rush,Britney Spears,and Eminem.

  • Phil Collins quit music for the Alamo?

    This was written back in 2009...but he is still hard at it!!

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