If you were one of the fortunate households to have MTV in late 1983 and through 1984, you knew every inch of Billy Idol. It was in those nascent years of the channel that Idol’s career was launched, and an album took him from clubs at the first start of the tour, to stadiums at end.
I once did a charity bike ride with Billy Idol in L.A.– that trademark “sneer” of his isn’t voluntary.
Even though he’s lived a “charmed life,” Billy Idolknows all about dancing with himself and he’s writing an autobiography about those experiences while concurrently on a national tour.
Happy Memorial Day Weekend! It’s the unofficial starts of summer and we’re ready to throw some weenies on the grill, crack open an ice-cold beverage, and throw our lawn chair into the kiddie pool as we soak in some tasty rock ‘n roll jams.
[lastfm]Billy Idol [/lastfm]guitarist Steve Stevens paid tribute to [lastfm]Led Zeppelin[/lastfm] Thursday night, fusing two of [lastfm]Jimmy Page[/lastfm]‘s guitar pieces into songs by Idol and [lastfm]Generation X[/lastfm]. Performing at the Chumash Casino in Santa Ynez, Calif., […]
[lastfm]Slash[/lastfm] has been confirmed as a performer at the Download Festival, adding to an already star-studded cast. The former [lastfm]Guns N’ Roses[/lastfm] and [lastfm]Velvet Revolver[/lastfm] guitarist will make his live debut as a solo artist […]