ABC/Randy HolmesWith Axl Rose, Slash and Duff McKagan back together in Guns N' Roses, many are hoping for new music from the reunited rock icons. Speaking to Consequence of Sound, Slash says Guns will be working on a new album after their fall tour.
"There’s a handful of gigs that are happening at the very end of September and through October," the guitarist explains. "And then it's really just focusing on getting a new record done."
As for when we'll get to hear that new material, that's still unknown. However, Slash is hopeful that a new Guns record will arrive before his other band, Slash featuring Myles Kennedy & the Conspirators, releases their next album, the follow-up to 2018's Living the Dream.
"I mean, that's one of those things where it remains to be seen, but I would hope so," Slash says. "But we'll see what happens."
GNR hasn't released an album since 2008's Chinese Democracy, which, of course, featured Axl as the lone member from the band's original lineup. The last Guns record to feature Slash and Duff was the 1993 covers collection "The Spaghetti Incident?"
ABC/Craig SjodinIn a super-meta full-circle moment, Adam Lambert will help mentor this season's American Idol contestants when they tackle the music of Queen later this month, Billboard reports.
Adam, of course, auditioned for American Idol back on season 8 with Queen's "Bohemian Rhapsody." Then, during that season's star-studded finale, he actually got to sing with the legendary British rock band. Now, he's Queen's lead singer -- and has been since 2011 -- and he even has a cameo in their Oscar-winning biopic Bohemian Rhapsody.
During the April 28 episode, the remaining eight finalists will sing songs from Queen's catalog. Adam will then return to the show to perform on the season finale, airing May 19 on ABC.
Meanwhile, Queen and Adam will be touring North America this summer, starting July 10 in Vancouver, Canada, and wrapping things up August 23 in Charlotte, North Carolina.
The new Rolling Stones best-of compilation Honk is out today.
The retrospective is available in multiple formats and configurations, including a three-CD or four-LP deluxe edition featuring 46 tracks, as well as a 20-track single-CD or two-LP version. Both versions boast at least one song from every studio album that The Stones released from 1971 through 2016.
The deluxe version of Honk offers 36 previously released tracks by the British rock legends, plus 10 bonus live performances recorded during the band's recent stadium tours.
Among the songs included on the collection: "Start Me Up," "Brown Sugar," "Miss You," "Tumbling Dice," "Wild Horses," "Angie," "Beast of Burden" and "Waiting On a Friend." Also appearing is the 2013 hit "Doom and Gloom" and three songs from The Stones' 2016 blues covers album, Blue & Lonesome.
The concert performances include collaborations with four music stars: "Beast of Burden" with pop singer Ed Sheeran, "Wild Horses" with Florence Welch of alt-rock act Florence the Machine, "Dead Flowers" with country star Brad Paisley and "Bitch" with Foo Fighters' Dave Grohl.
The 46-track and 20-track versions of Honk also are available digitally. A colored-vinyl edition of the four-LP set is being sold exclusively at The Rolling Stones' online store.
Here's the track list for the deluxe three-CD edition of Honk:
Disc 1 "Start Me Up" "Brown Sugar" "Rocks Off" "Miss You" "Tumbling Dice" "Just Your Fool" "Wild Horses" "Fool to Cry" "Angie" "Beast of Burden" "Hot Stuff" "It's Only Rock 'n' Roll (But I Like It)" "Rock and a Hard Place" "Doom and Gloom" "Love Is Strong" "Mixed Emotions" "Don't Stop" "Ride 'Em On Down"
Disc 2 "Bitch" "Harlem Shuffle" "Hate to See You Go" "Rough Justice" "Happy" "Doo Doo Doo Doo Doo (Heartbreaker)" "One More Shot" "Respectable" "You Got Me Rocking" "Rain Fall Down" "Dancing with Mr D" "Undercover (of the Night)" "Emotional Rescue" "Waiting On a Friend" "Saint of Me" "Out of Control" "Streets of Love" "Out of Tears"
Disc 3 -- Live Tracks "Get Off My Cloud" "Dancing with Mr D" "Beast of Burden" (with Ed Sheeran) "She's a Rainbow" "Wild Horses" (with Florence Welch) "Let's Spend the Night Together" "Dead Flowers" (with Brad Paisley) "Shine a Light" "Under My Thumb" "Bitch" (with Dave Grohl)
And here's the single CD track list:
"Start Me Up" "Brown Sugar" "Miss You" "Tumbling Dice" "Just Your Fool" "Fool to Cry" "Angie" "Beast of Burden" "It's Only Rock 'n' Roll (But I Like It)" "Doom and Gloom" "Love Is Strong" "Mixed Emotions" "Don't Stop" "Harlem Shuffle" "Happy" "Rain Fall Down" "Undercover (of the Night)" "Emotional Rescue" "Saint of Me" "Wild Horses (with Florence Welch)"
Credit: Pamela LittkyAlice in Chains has debuted the fifth installment of Black Antenna, the sci-fi companion film to the grunge band's Grammy-nominated album, Rainier Fog.
The film follows Alpha and Beta, two aliens disguised as humans, who are trying to find a way to contact their home world. They're pursued by a U.S. immigration officer named Nil, who also has alien origins.
In this new chapter, which is accompanied by the Rainier Fog song "Drone," Alpha continues to build an antenna to contact their people, while Beta interacts with a neighbor in the apartment building in which they're staying. Meanwhile, Nil attends a party that answers the question "What would Eyes Wide Shut be like if it had more tentacles?"
You can watch the "Drone" episode, which is very NSFW, now on YouTube.
Previous Black Antenna episodes include "Red Giant," "The One You Know," "Rainier Fog" and "Fly." The film will eventually consist of 10 parts.
Alice in Chains' current North American tour continues Friday in Minneapolis. They'll team up with Korn for a co-headlining tour starting in July.
Kevin Mazur/Getty ImagesIn a recent radio interview, Jason Bonham claimed that when he was 16 years old, Led Zeppelin guitarist Jimmy Page introduced him to cocaine, but now the drummer -- whose late father John Bonham was one of Zeppelin's founding members -- is backpedaling, saying that story is a whole lotta bull.
On his official website, Jason writes, in a statement obviously prompted by threats of legal action, "On or about 9 April 2019 I, Jason Bonham, gave an interview on radio…[during which] I made certain untrue and derogatory statements concerning Mr. James Page (aka Jimmy Page) of the legendary band Led Zeppelin. I unconditionally retract all derogatory and defamatory comments relating to Mr. J Page that I made in that interview."
He adds, "In particular it is wholly untrue that Mr. J Page offered me any illegal substances either when I was a minor or at all. I apologize to Mr. Page, unreservedly, for making these unfounded and untrue comments about him."
He continues, "Out of my long held respect for Mr. Page I will make no further comments on the Interview and I agree to make no further comments which Mr. Page might view as disparaging, either now or in the future."
Over the years Jason has played drums with Zeppelin at three events, including the famous 2007 reunion show at the O2 Arena in London. Bonham currently is playing with Sammy Hagar's band The Circle, which launches a tour tonight in Reno, Nevada.
His own group, Jason Bonham's Led Zeppelin Evening, will be the support act for Peter Frampton's farewell trek starting in late June.
Dave J Hogan/Dave J Hogan/Getty ImagesOn Thursday night in New York City, Mick Jagger attended his first public event since undergoing heart surgery earlier this month: the U.S. premiere of his girlfriend Melanie Hamrick's new ballet, Porte Rouge.
Page Six reports that the Rolling Stones singer quietly slipped into a side entrance to catch the performance, which was held at New York's Lincoln Center as part of the Youth America Grand Prix dance charity's 20th anniversary gala.
TMZ posted a video showing Jagger entering the venue. In the clip, a reporter asks Mick how he's feeling, to which the rock legend replies, "Good."
An insider source told Page Six that Jagger says he's "well and hale." The source also noted that Mick was excited to attend the premiere of the performance, which he orchestrated, so he could "congratulate the performers right after."
The ballet is set to the music of The Rolling Stones.
As previously reported, The Rolling Stones postponed their planned No Filter tour of North America after it was discovered that Jagger needed a heart valve replaced. The trek was to have started on April 20 in Miami Gardens, Florida. No word yet on when the tour will be rescheduled.
Concord RecordsSantanahas premiered an official video for a new song titled "Breaking Down the Door," which will appear on the band's upcoming studio album Africa Speaks.
The danceable tune, sung by Spanish singer Buika [pr: BWEE-kah], is infused with Latin horns and African percussion, and features the fiery guitar work by Carlos Santana. The upbeat sound of the tune distracts from the dark lyrics, which tell the story of a woman who is physically abused and then killed by her husband.
The video, which you can watch at Santana's official YouTube channel, features scenes of young people dancing at a bar, including a couple who seem to represent the main characters in the song. Interspersed throughout the clip is footage of Carlos playing guitar and Buika singing in front of a background of flowers and other colorful images.
"Breaking Down the Door" is available now as a digital single and via streaming services. People who pre-orderAfrica Speaks will receive free downloads of that song and the previously released track "Los Invisibles."
Africa Speaks will be released on June 7. The 11-track collection was produced by Rick Rubin, and came together over a prolific 10-day period at Rubin's Shangri La Studios in Malibu, California. Buika, who won the 2008 Latin Grammy for Album of the Year, sings on all of the songs.
Photo by Alessandra Benedetti - Corbis/Corbis via Getty ImagesFans who attended Nick Mason's Saucerful of Secrets on Thursday night gig at New York City's Beacon Theater got an extra special treat when the band was joined on stage by Mason's former Pink Floyd bandmate Roger Waters.
The group -- which also includes Spandau Ballet guitarist Gary Kemp, longtime Pink Floyd and David Gilmour touring bassist Guy Pratt, guitarist Lee Harris and keyboardist Dom Beken -- feature songs from Floyd's pre-Dark Side of the Moon days. Waters took the stage to sing lead and play gong on his song “Set the Controls for the Heart of the Sun” from the 1968 album A Saucerful of Secrets.
The performance, caught on video by an audience member, marked a rare reunion of original Pink Floyd members.
Nick Mason's Saucerful of Secrets wraps up its North American tour with a show in Washington, D.C. on Monday.
NBC/Andrew LipovskyJimmy Fallon marked two historic releases on Thursday's Tonight Show: the redacted version of Special Counsel Robert Mueller's report on the Russia investigation earlier that day, and The Rolling Stones' best-of compilation, Honk on Friday.
Fallon managed to tie the two releases together by venting his frustration over not being able to read the complete Mueller report with a parody of the Stones' 1965 classic, "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction," titled, "(I Can't Take No) Redactions," backed by his Tonight Show house band, The Roots.
"I can't take more, more redactions. I can't read those Trump infractions. And I try, try to find, what they hide 'neath the lines," Fallon, using his best Mick Jagger voice, opened the song.
"I can't get no Mueller memo!" he belted out in the chorus.
Another thing that ticked off Fallon was Wolf Blitzer revealing the report "with all this juicy information has more spots than a damn Dalmatian."
"No more redactions!" Fallon repeated over and over again to close the parody.
The Stones' retrospective will be available in a three-CD or four-LP deluxe edition featuring 46 tracks, as well as a 20-track single-CD or two-LP version. Both versions boast at least one song from every studio album that the band released from 1971 through 2016.
The deluxe Honk offers 36 previously released tracks by the British rock legends, plus 10 bonus live performances recorded during the band's recent stadium tours.
Credit: Leah SteigerSammy Hagar and his current backing group, The Circle, which includes his old Van Halen band mate Michael Anthony on bass and Jason Bonham on drums, embark of their first full-length trek tonight in Reno, Nevada. The month-and-a-half-long U.S. outing -- dubbed the Full Circle Jam Tour -- runs throughthrough a June 8 show in Fort Dodge, Iowa.
The motivation behind the new trek is to promote the band's first album of original material, Space Between, due out May 10.
At their shows, Hagar and The Circle are known for digging into Sammy's deep back catalog, including songs by Montrose and Van Halen and from the Red Rocker's solo releases, plus some Led Zeppelin classics. On this tour, the band is planning to play some new originals, something Hagar says will be a challenge.
"[I]t's gonna be hard fitting these songs [from Space Between]," Sammy tells ABC Radio. "I've got five songs picked to go in the set list."
Hagar notes that when he ran his initial idea for a set by Anthony, Michael pointed out many key tunes that he'd omitted.
"We've got so many songs in the catalog," says Sammy, "we forget more songs than we remember."
Hagar tells ABC Radio that in order to include all the songs they'd like to play live, they'd have to do a marathon show like Guns N' Roses or The Grateful Dead, but he doesn't think his voice could hold up for that long.
"I really put a lot of strain on my voice, and thank God it hasn't gone, and I can still hit the notes," he maintains, "but I'm raspier now."
Opening for the band on select, separate, shows during the trek will be Vince Neil and Night Ranger. Here's the full list of tour dates:
4/19 -- Reno, NV, Grand Sierra Resort - Grand Theatre 4/20 -- Concord, CA, Concord Pavilion 4/22 -- Fresno, CA, Warnors Theatre 4/23 -- Bakersfield, CA, Rabobank Theatre 4/26 -- Laughlin, NV, Harrah's Laughlin - Rio Vista Outdoor Amphitheatre 4/27 -- Albuquerque, NM, Route 66 Casino 4/30 -- Austin, TX, ACL Live at The Moody Theater 5/1 -- Sugar Land, TX, Smart Financial Centre 5/3 -- Thackerville, OK, WinStar World Casino & Resort 5/4 -- Tulsa, OK, Paradise Cove at River Spirit Casino Resort 5/7 -- West Hollywood, CA, The Troubadour 5/17 -- Prior Lake, MN, Mystic Lake Casino Amphitheater 5/18 -- Maryland Heights, MO, Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre* 5/20 -- Huber Heights, OH, Rose Music Center at The Heights* 5/22 -- Clarkston, MI, DTE Energy Music Theatre** 5/23 -- Indianapolis, IN, Farm Bureau Insurance Lawn at White River State Park** 5/25 -- Bensalem, PA, XCite Center at Parx Casino 5/26 -- Gilford, NH, Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion** 5/28 -- Boston, MA, Rockland Trust Bank Pavilion** 5/30 -- Mashantucket, CT, Foxwoods Resort Casino** 5/31 -- Vienna, VA, Wolf Trap** 6/2 -- Northfield, OH, MGM Northfield Park - Center Stage 6/4 -- Lewiston, NY, Artpark Amphitheater** 6/5 -- Pittsburgh, PA, Highmark Stadium** 6/7 -- Tinley Park, IL, Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre* 6/8 -- Fort Dodge, IA, Shellabration - Roger Sports Complex*
Taron Egerton as Elton John in "Rocketman" from Paramount PicturesElton John's upcoming biopic Rocketman is a "magical retelling" of the legendary singer's life, according to its director, Dexter Fletcher. But according to Elton himself, while the movie has some fantastical elements, it doesn't gloss over any of the real-life bad stuff.
In a new featurette, Elton says, "It had to be as honest as possible. The lows were very low, but the highs were very high. And that's how I wanted the film to be."
David Furnish, Elton's husband and one of the movie's producers, also appears in the video promo, as do Fletcher, producer Matthew Vaughn and star Taron Egerton, who plays Elton.
"Music, as a young boy, pulled him out of a very unhappy childhood," Furnish notes. "And that opened the door to a world of infinite possibilities."
Fletcher explains why Elton's life lent itself to a non-traditional biopic, saying, "Because of the nature of who Elton is, the storytelling allowed us to totally indulge in fantasy and imagination."
On that topic, Vaughn, who cast Egerton and Elton in Kingsman: The Golden Circle, adds, "The story is surreal, but real. It's a bold piece of filmmaking."
As for Egerton, he declares, "It's been the greatest joy of my professional life making this film."
Rocketman will premiere at the Cannes Film Festival on May 16. It arrives in U.S. theaters on May 31.
Courtesy of Sony Pictures ClassicsAfter being screened at several 2019 film festivals, the new documentary David Crosby: Remember My Name will get its theatrical premiere on July 19 in New York City and Los Angeles, with a nationwide opening to follow.
As previously reported, Remember My Name takes a warts-and-all look at the 77-year-old folk-rock legend's life, including his battle with substance abuse and his recent burst of creativity that coincided with the 2015 breakup of Crosby, Stills & Nash.
The movie was directed by A.J. Eaton, and co-produced by acclaimed filmmaker and rock journalist Cameron Crowe. Crowe and Eaton also conducted interviews with David Crosby for the film.
Remember My Name got its world premiere at the Sundance Film Festival in January, and was also screened at both the Boulder International Film Festival and the South by Southwest Festival. Next up for the flick will be an April 27 screening at New Jersey's Asbury Park Music & Film Festival, where Crosby and Crowe both will take part in a Q&A session.
In a new interview in the Asbury Park Press, Crosby notes that although it was difficult for him to dig into the negative aspects of his life for the documentary, he's glad that the film went as deep as it did.
"I'm happy with it," David says. "Truthfully there's a certain cathartic effect to it. It frees you, in a sense, to have to look at all that stuff and then set it down."
Credit: Jill JarrettDoors guitarist Robby Krieger will be heading east in early June for a trio of concerts with his solo band.
The recently announced shows are scheduled for June 6 in Glendale, Pennsylvania; June 7 in Riverhead, New York; and June 9 in Albany, New York.
Tickets for all three gigs are available for purchase now. Visit RobbyKrieger.com for more details.
The Robby Krieger Band focuses mainly on classic Doors material, and features Krieger's son Waylon on lead vocals.
As previously reported, Robby will also be performing at The Hidden Hills MagazineHootenanny Food Spirits Music Festival on May 18 in Calabasas, California. The event will raise money for the charity Kevin Cordasco Foundation: Something Yellow, which is working to find a cure for childhood cancer.
Krieger will be jamming with as-yet-unnamed musical friends at the benefit. The event's lineup also includes The Dirty Knobs, which features founding Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers guitarist and current Fleetwood Mac member Mike Campbell.
Here are all of Krieger's confirmed upcoming concerts:
5/18 -- Calabasas, CA, The Hidden Hills Magazine Hootenanny - King Gillette Ranch 6/6 -- Glendale, PA, Keswick Theater 6/7 -- Riverhead, NY, The Suffolk Theater 6/9 -- Albany, NY, Skyloft
Z2 ComicsZ2 Comics has partnered with The Grateful Dead to create a graphic novel that delves into the story of the group's formation and emergence as one of America's most important and enduring bands.
Grateful Dead Origins boasts an original story written by Chris Miskiewicz, with illustrations by Noah Van Sciver. The novel follows the group's transformation from a bar band named The Warlocks to the influential flag bearers of jam-band culture in the U.S.
The novel will be released in early 2020, and will be available as both a limited, oversized hard-cover deluxe edition and a standard soft-cover version. The deluxe edition will be individually numbered and signed by the book's creators, and will come packaged with a vinyl LP featuring a selection of previously unreleased tracks from the band's early years. The standard version will offer access to a digital download of the early recordings.
Both versions of Grateful Dead Origins can be pre-ordered now. You can get a look at the cover art for the two editions at Z2Comics.com. According to the website, the deluxe version will ship in April 2020.
"Chris and Noah have captured the Dead's sensibility in their words and images that bring to life on the page the earliest days of the Grateful Dead, from the band's founding in 1965 through to Woodstock," says the band's audiovisual archivist, David Lemieux, in a statement.
"We couldn't be happier to be partnering with such talented artists who have delved so deeply into the Dead's history and origin."
ABC/Randy HolmesDave Grohl is headed up north to Canada next month, and he's bringing his mom.
The Foo Fighters frontman will be a speaker during the Canadian Music Week conference. During his panel, held May 10 in Toronto, Grohl will be interviewing his mother, Virginia, about her book From Cradle to Stage, in which she interviews the moms of other famous rockers, including R.E.M.'s Michael Stipe, Rage Against the Machine's Tom Morello and Beastie Boys' Mike D.
Credit: David BergmanJon Bon Jovi will be cruising into the summer with a few thousand of his closest pals.
Following his recently completed Runaway to Paradise Caribbean fan cruise, which sailed from Miami to the Bahamas last weekend, the New Jersey rocker has announced another edition of the cruise for this summer, this time in the Mediterranean.
The cruise will take place from August 26 to August 30, and will sail from Barcelona, Spain, to Palma, Majorca, aboard the Norwegian Jade. Jon's special guests will include Johnny Rzeznik of the Goo Goo Dolls and singer/songwriter Grace Potter.
The August edition of the event will get to experience two shows by Jon -- one electric, and the other an acoustic session with a Q&A. If you purchase a "Gold" package, you'll also get a photo with the Rock & Roll Hall of Famer.
Fans also will get to experience special tastings of Jon's signature wine, Hampton Water, with his son, Jesse Bongiovi; a gallery of never-before-seen memorabilia, guitars and clothing; an onboard pop-up shop featuring Jon's fashion line Hart N Dagger; and an onboard version of Jon's charity restaurant, The Soul Kitchen.
Randee St. NicholasFleetwood Mac have announced rescheduled dates for the North American shows they were forced to cancel due to Stevie Nicks' recent bout with the flu.
The rescheduled shows start October 28 in Boston and run through November 12 in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. That show will serve as the official end of the group's current world tour.
All previously held tickets will be honored for the new dates, but new tickets will also be put on sale. The band's October 30 show in Quebec City will go on sale April 26 at 10 a.m. local time; tickets for the other shows are on sale now.
The next leg of the band's tour, which starts June 6, will take them to Europe and the U.K. They'll tour Australia and New Zealand in August and September, and then return to North America for those final rescheduled shows.
Here are the dates:
10/28 -- Boston, MA, TD Garden 10/30 -- Quebec City, QC, Canada, Centre Videotron 11/1 -- Toronto, ON, Canada, Scotiabank Arena 11/3 -- Philadelphia, PA, Wells Fargo Center 11/7 -- Winnipeg, MB, Canada, Bell MTS Place 11/10 -- Calgary, AB, Canada, Scotiabank Saddledome 11/12 -- Edmonton, AB, Canada, Rogers Place
Courtesy of Dennis DeYoungEx-Styx singer/keyboardist Dennis DeYoung has shared some details about a new tune that he's working on for his forthcoming solo album -- and it sounds pretty fab.
In a recent post on his official Facebook page, DeYoung reports that the song, which is among the last tracks he's recording for the project, has a title "taken directly from a classic Beatles tune, and for good reason."
He goes on to explain, "It tells the story of that momentous night in February 1964 when my world and, dare I say, the whole world seemed to change. The Ed Sullivan [Show] stage became the launching pad for a million dreams."
Dennis also reveals that he "decided to incorporate as many song titles of the Beatles catalog in the lyrics to illustrate the immediate as well as long lasting effect they had on culture."
In addition, DeYoung says he's hoping to "paraphrase as many Beatles [musical] tricks and styles into the song to make it sound 'fake' authentic."
He adds that he's "having a blast" putting the song together, then quips, "[I] will wear my Hard Day's Night suit during recording only speaking in a Liverpudlian accent. Call me Sir Scouse."
As previously reported, DeYoung recently released a collaborative single with Ides of March/ex-Survivor member Jim Peterik called "Proof of Heaven." The song will appear on both Dennis' upcoming solo album and the new record from Peterik's World Stage side project, Winds of Change, the latter of which is due out April 26.
No word yet on the title or release date of DeYoung's album.
earMUSICThe Hollywood Vampires, the supergroup featuring Alice Cooper, Aerosmith guitarist Joe Perry and actor/rocker Johnny Depp, will release their sophomore album, Rise, on June 21.
Unlike the band's star-studded self-titled 2015 debut, the new record features mostly new original songs, along with select cover tunes by three dearly departed rock artists.
The covers are David Bowie's "Heroes," which is sung by Depp; the Jim Carroll Band's "People Who Died," featuring Cooper on lead vocals; and Johnny Thunders' "You Can't Put Your Arms Around a Memory," sung by Perry.
In advance of Rise's arrival, the Hollywood Vampires have released the track "Who's Sorry Now" as a digital single and via streaming services. You also can check out a lyric video for the hard-rocking track, which boasts a sinister-sounding guitar riff, at the earMUSIC label's YouTube channel.
Another song on Rise, "Welcome to Bushwackers," features guest appearances by U.K. guitar legend Jeff Beck and lauded cult-film director John Waters.
The album was co-produced by Cooper, Perry and Depp, along with Tommy Henriksen, who plays guitar in Alice's solo band.
"Rise is not only a totally different animal than the first Vampires album, it is unique to anything I've ever been a part of," says Cooper. "I approached it very differently than I usually do when working on an album. Each of us -- Joe, Johnny, Tommy, and myself -- have written songs on this album…I think that with this album, we are establishing what the Vampires' sound really is."
Adds Perry, "[Rise] is one of the freest and most honest sounding records I've been part of."
As previously reported, the Hollywood Vampires will launch a seven-show of the Western U.S. on May 10 in Las Vegas. Here are all of the dates:
5/10 -- Las Vegas, NV, The Joint 5/11 -- Los Angeles, CA, The Greek 5/12 -- San Francisco, CA, Warfield Theatre 5/14 -- Denver, CO, The Fillmore 5/16 -- Albuquerque, NM, Sandia Casino 5/17 -- Scottsdale, AZ, Talking Stick Casino 5/18 -- Indio, CA, Fantasy Springs Casino
And here's the full Rise track list:
"I Want My Now" "Good People Are Hard to Find" "Who's Laughing Now" "How the Glass Fell" "The Boogieman Surprise" "Welcome to Bushwackers" -- featuring Jeff Beck and John Waters "The Wrong Bandage" "You Can't Put Your Arms Around a Memory" "Git from Round Me" "Heroes" "A Pitiful Beauty" "New Threat" "Mr. Spider" "We Gotta Rise" "People Who Died" "Congratulations"
Courtesy of HBOHBO has premiered a trailer for its upcoming 2019 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony special, documenting the night last month when Def Leppard, Stevie Nicks, The Zombies, The Cure, Roxy Music, Radiohead and Janet Jackson welcomed into the hallowed institution.
The show will debut on Saturday, April 27, at 8 p.m. ET. The preview offers brief glimpses of the honorees' speeches, as well as of the celebrity presenters' introductions and the evening's various performances.
As previously reported, Def Leppard was inducted by Queen's Brian May, Nicks by One Direction's Harry Styles, The Zombies by The Bangles' Susanna Hoffs, The Cure by Trent Reznor of Nine Inch Nails, Roxy Music by Duran Duran's Simon Le Bon and John Taylor, Radiohead by ex-Talking Heads frontman David Byrne and Jackson by Janelle Monae.
The ceremony, which took place March 29 at Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York, boasted performances by Def Leppard, Nicks, The Zombies, The Cure and several members of Roxy Music.
During her set, Stevie was joined by Styles and the Eagles' Don Henley. The event's finale featured surprise guest Ian Hunter leading an all-star rendition of his old band Mott the Hoople's classic David Bowie-penned hit "All the Young Dudes."
During the trailer, we get to watch May quip, "What's the secret of a successful rock group? You have to keep your hair." The video also includes a snippet of Def Leppard singer Joe Elliott's emotional speech, in which he says of the group, "We're not blood, but we're the closest thing to brothers."