Coldplay, Jack White, Mumford & Sons, Muse, the Black Keys – of the countless rock albums to come down the sonic pike in 2012, the most recent releases from these key artists were among the precious few to rise to the top over the past 12 months, all earning GRAMMY nominations for 2013.
Rock stars are known for getting away with murder, but we’ve rounded up ten of the world’s biggest sonic heroes who’ve found a way of snatching life back from the claws of the Grim Reaper to rock another day.
Our friends at Los Angeles alternative rock station KROQ are holding a poll to determine who rock’s greatest drummer is. Several legendary artists are included in the poll: among them, Ginger Baker of Cream, Frank Beard of ZZ Top, John Bonham of Led Zeppelin, Stewart Copeland of The Police and Neil Peart of Rush, among many others.
Drummer for [lastfm]Blink-182[/lastfm] [lastfm]Travis Barker[/lastfm] has joined forces with another band once again
[lastfm]Blink-182 [/lastfm]frontman[lastfm] Mark Hoppus [/lastfm]has signed on to host a new music show on Fuse Network. Hoppus and the network plan to reveal more details about the show at a press conference in New York […]
The owners of the jet that crashed in 2008 while carrying [lastfm]Blink-182[/lastfm] drummer Travis Barker and [lastfm]Adam “DJ AM” Goldstein[/lastfm] are suing its manufacturers – Learjet and Bombardier.