Producer Mark Trombino has helped Blink-182 and Jimmy Eat World, as they say, make the donuts, from Dude Ranch to Bleed American and other pop-punk gems along the way. Now Trombino is literally making donuts… with a nod to his punk past.
NFL quarterback Tim Tebow might have been cut from the Patriots, but KISS has offered him a contract to play for their Los Angeles-area Arena Football League team.
On May 3rd, metal messiahs Metallica played the first-ever Metallica Night at AT&T Park in San Francisco
Scott Ian is no stranger to the GRAMMY Awards. His band Anthrax have been nominated three times in the Best Hard Rock/Metal Performance category since its introduction in 1990.
Rock’n'roll workaholic Dave Grohl’s latest project is his new documentary Sound City, which tells the story of the storied L.A. recording studio of the same name. The project has brought him together with a long list of rock stars, both for interviews in the film and music-making for its soundtrack. And one of them happens to be a Beatle.
“I just remember his friendship, his kindness,” Wonder told the crowd at LA’s Nokia Theatre last night (November 18). “And I remember his love for music, his love for people.”
Earlier this week (November 13) Beatles fans in New York and Los Angeles were treated to mobile Beatle “pop-up shops.” The “shops” were customized double decker buses, which made several stops. The buses served to promote the release of the Beatles’ catalog on 180-gram vinyl LPs. The stores sold the LPs collectively as a box set, as well as individually; Beatles CDs and other merchandise was also on sale. In each city, a unique commemorative shirt from the event was sold (and sold quickly to eager Beatles collectors).
Grunge gods Soundgarden will be getting up close and personal with their fans at select club shows, including one in Los Angeles at the Fonda Theatre. Find out how to get your tickets inside!
The Rolling Stones have been the subjects of numerous photo exhibits through the years, but never one quite like a new one in Los Angeles. Unpublished photos that turned up at an L.A. flea market are on display at the Dilettante Gallery.
I saw The Jazz Singer by myself in the theater when I was 10. The one with Neil Diamond, not Al Jolson.