Joe Walsh and Bad Company: Musician and Band Announce ‘One Hell Of A Night’ Co-Headlining Tour
The U.S. tour is set to begin on May 12 in Dallas and end on July 3 in Nashville. The tour consists of 25 stops, including shows in Los Angeles and Kansas City. Tour dates here.
The Foo Fighters made a 7 minute video to announce…they’re not breaking up and no one is going solo.. When we can expect a new album is a different question.
John Lennon’s boyhood stamp collection will be one of the highlights of the World Stamp Show in New York later this year. Lennon was fond of stamps from the U.S. and from New Zealand. The collection is not valuable in itself, but it does show Lennon’s early creativity: Lennon drew a mustache on Queen Victoria and a beard on King George the Fourth on the title page.
The last time The Who performed on a nighttime talk show in America, Pete Townsend’s hair was singed and Keith Moon ended up with shrapnel in his arm. The Who will perform on “The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon” tomorrow, their first such appearance since their notorious performance on “The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour” in 1967. During that show, Moon packed explosives in his drum kit, but he put several times the amount he usually did. It went off as Townsend was destroying his guitar during the finale of “My Generation.”
Elton John & David Furnish are not leaving their sons all their money. Elton says “Of course I want to leave my boys in a very sound financial state, but it’s terrible to give kids a silver spoon, it ruins their life,” he said. “Listen, the boys live the most incredible lives, they’re not normal kids, and I’m not pretending they are. But you have to have some semblance of normality, some respect for money, some respect for work.”
Phil Collins keeps reissuing more of his albums. Get the latest here.
Another box set of Jethro Tull’s legendary 1971 album, “Aqualung” is coming. It comes with two-CDs, two-DVDs, and an 80-page book.