Home
You Are Here: Home » Features (Page 19461)

Arctic Monkeys Member Loses £40,000 When Ancient Rum Accidentally Opened

Arctic Monkeys drummer Matt Helders lost an estimated 40,000 pounds when staff at the Sheffield, England, watering hole that he owns – Bowery Bar – accidentally opened a 215-year-old bottle of Henry Jefferson of Whitehaven. Helders’ staff had purchased the bottle of rum for 70 pounds but didn’t... Arctic Monkeys drummer Matt Helders lost an estimated 40,000 pounds when staff at the Sheffield, England, water ...

Read more

The Gibson Interview: Nikki Sixx

Thirty years after Nikki Sixx began his career recording albums and becoming a fixture on Los Angeles’ Sunset Strip with Mötley Crüe, his head is still exploding with musical ideas. Sixx’s latest showing, This is Gonna Hurt (out May 3), shows his arena rock style growing more diverse, swelled... Thirty years after Nikki Sixx began his career recording albums and becoming a fixture on Los Angeles’ Sunset Str ...

Read more

The Offspring Testing New Songs on 5-Year-Olds?

The Offspring are “12 or 13” songs into the writing process for their new album, according to the band’s official podcast. The forthcoming release will be the group’s first since 2008’s Rise and Fall, Rage and Grace. The Offspring are “12 or 13” songs into the writing process for their new album, according to the band’s official podcast. The forthcoming releas ...

Read more

Ancestors of Lennon and McCartney Revealed in New Records

More than 500 years worth of Liverpool, England’s historical documents are now available online, shedding light on the ancestors of Beatles John Lennon and Paul McCartney – their baptisms, marriages and other public records. More than 500 years worth of Liverpool, England’s historical documents are now available online, shedding light on the ancestors of Beatles John Lennon and Paul McCartney – their baptis ...

Read more

Ace Frehley to Perform Entire 1978 Solo Album Live

Ace Frehley has announced that he will perform his 1978 self-titled solo album in its entirety at a festival show this December. According to Blabbermouth, the former KISS guitarist will dust off “New York Groove,” “Snow Blind” and the rest of the classic Space Ace tracks at the Hard Rock Hell V... Ace Frehley has announced that he will perform his 1978 self-titled solo album in its entirety at a festival s ...

Read more

My Morning Jacket’s Jim James Shows Love for Mike & The Mechanics

My Morning Jacket may be known for their perfectly distilled blend of southern rock, soul and a dash of the avant garde, but that doesn’t mean all of singer-guitarist Jim James’ influences are hipster-approved. James recently listed his influences for Spin.com and one entry, in particular, stood... My Morning Jacket may be known for their perfectly distilled blend of southern rock, soul and a dash of the av ...

Read more

Liam Gallagher: Beady Eye’s Second Album is ‘Coming Soon’

Liam Gallagher has said that his new band Beady Eye plan to start on their next album sooner rather than later. In an interview with the Irish Times, Gallagher promises that Beady Eye will not “put the ball down, sit around in a big house and go ‘we’re great. We won’t be booking into the studio... Liam Gallagher has said that his new band Beady Eye plan to start on their next album sooner rather than later. ...

Read more

Brotherly Love: Kings of Leon Members Have Tried to Stab Each Other

Stephen Mitchell considers himself Kings of Leon’s #1 fan. As such, he’s been filming the band for a decade, steadily putting together footage for the upcoming documentary Talihina Sky – about to make its debut at the Tribeca Film Festival. The director recently spoke to Spinner.com about the... Stephen Mitchell considers himself Kings of Leon’s #1 fan. As such, he’s been filmi ...

Read more

The Gibson Video Interview: Jean Beauvoir

To say Jean Beauvoir has had a colorful career would be a bit of an understatement. The Haitian-born musician served as Gary U.S. Bonds’ musical director at the ripe old age of 13, followed by stints with other ’50s legends, including Chuck Berry and The Flamingos. From there, he took a dramatic... To say Jean Beauvoir has had a colorful career would be a bit of an understatement. The Haitian-born musician ...

Read more

News Brief: Amazon Cloud Sputters, Apple Soars, $750K to ex.fm, Dre Wins, Topspin + LiveJam & More

Major problems with Amazon's cloud infrastructure has crippled some major internet operations today, including Hootsuite, Foursquare and Reddit starting early this morning. A quick check of music sites found Moontoast down. Apple reported some impressive 2nd Quarter numbers: Revenue was... Major problems with Amazon's cloud infrastructure has crippled some major internet operations today, including Hootsuit ...

Read more

© 2016 Planet Six String

Scroll to top