Dave Mustaine did not get the Grammy he desired for ‘Th1rt32n.’ But to Megadeth fans, winning a Grammy for Best Hard Rock/Metal Performance is about as important as a Rock and Roll Hall of Fame nomination. Fans know better than industry insiders.
The singer-songwriter known for “Dead Skunk” and a brief tour of duty on “M*A*S*H” sounds off on death, decay and beating polka king Jimmy Sturr for a Grammy.
Foreigner and the GRAMMY Foundation® are pleased to announce a new program that will help provide funds for high school music programs across the country.
Legendary Motörhead frontman, Lemmy Kilmister, will perform at the MuisCares MAP Fund benefit concert in the good company of Slash and Matt Sorum.
As the wild-eyed, flute-toting frontman for Jethro Tull, Ian Anderson has always been … well, a little different.
Les Paul, the guitar virtuoso and inventor who revolutionized music and created rock ’n’ roll as surely as Elvis Presley and The Beatles by developing the solid-body electric guitar and multitrack recording, died Aug. 13 at age 94.
As the Slow Train Coming tour rolled on Dylan’s audience was furious, and reviewers were savage. Dylan remained undaunted, however, and the unrecorded songs featured in his live show became the core of his next album, Saved.
After months of fan speculation bolstered by an October 2008 performance at the “Change Rocks” concert/rally for Barack Obama in State College, Pa., and three recent viral internet videos with band interviews and performance footage, the Grateful Dead have officially announced tour dates for 2009. This marks the band’s first trek since 2004’s “Wave That Flag” tour.
The reissue package of Carole King’s 1971 landmark Tapestry finally offers a chance to experience King in “unplugged” recital.