Pennsylvania concert offers hints at what could be GNR’s set list for Las Vegas shows.
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What can be the most frustrating thing about a Guns N’ Roses gig is the very same thing that can make it great. Unpredictability.
The Las Vegas group will have new, original music featured prominently in the latest “Transformers” movie.
Beer in hand, Lafe Kartchner’s breaking down the psychology of the Wolf Man.
Check out an homage to Lou Reed from Joseph Arthur, swampy metal from Down and a super effort from the supergroup Killer Be Killed.
Both will hit The Joint at the Hard Rock Hotel and tickets go on sale Friday.
From tequila rants to “The Fish Pack” … thoughts on the Jane’s Addiction show at Brooklyn Bowl on Friday (the band returns to the venue on Saturday).
Avalon Landing recently made it to the final round of the Hard Rock Rising global battle of the bands competition.
Released in 1988, “Nothing’s Shocking” is an alt-rock classic, one of the most distinct records of its day, singular in sound and vision, right down to its totemic album cover, a sculpture of naked conjoined twins with heads ablaze. At their shows at Brooklyn Bowl this weekend, Jane’s Addiction will perform the record in its entirety.
He’s a musician, has been for 20 years now — he’s just never called himself as such.
Start saving dollars for these summer concerts. And these prices aren’t for tickets on the resale market or VIP packages either, but “premium” seats whose price is reflective of actual face value.
“Under the Electric Sky” is a new 3-D film about the Electric Daisy Carnival that’s a headfirst plunge into the audio-visual wonderland that is the mammoth dance music festival.
A series of punk rock documentaries will be screened at Backstage Bar & Billiards during this year’s Punk Rock Bowling.
A few things we learned from Mastodon’s fierce, fantastic showing with Gojira and Kvelertak at the House of Blues on Saturday.
Rick Ross will host a fight after-party at Hard Rock Live on the Strip.
Donald Glover knows well the plight of the “nerdy-ass black kid.” It’s his story, and he tells it in verse. “I used to get called ‘Oreo,’ ” notes the actor, writer, comedian and rapper on the song “Fire Fly,” recorded as his hip-hop alter-ego Childish Gambino.
C’mon, Ted, just admit it, already: You want to hear Jane’s Addiction’s alt-rock fever dream “Nothing’s Shocking” front-to-back, right? Of course you do.
There was a time when Mastodon seemed to pattern their sound after their namesake: massive, heavy, destined to trample lesser creatures underfoot. But, like the prehistoric creature in question, that side of the band is a thing of the past.
He awoke to the screech of the RV being torn apart, the recollection of which still makes his eyes widen many months later. Ryan Patrick, guitarist for Vegas hard rockers Otherwise, was asleep in a back bunk of the band’s tour vehicle when they departed a gas station for a long night on the road.
Cash Colligan, former bassist for Vegas pop rockers The Cab, has ignited a feud with his old band.
Floor is back with their first album in a dozen years. Old 97’s continue to call their shots. And don’t mess with Brody Dalle.
A few things we learned from Lucifer salutin’ Swedish hard rockers Ghost following their great show at the House of Blues on Friday:
Swedish death rockers Ghost blow into Eastside Zia Records on Friday before the show at House of Blues.
One of the Vegas’ biggest resident DJs has announced a new album inspired the city he holds court in throughout the year.
It’s the funniest song title of the year, and it comes from a band as mirthful as the vivisection of Grandma’s beloved Pomeranian. “F!@# Unicorns.”