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The ‘God Father of Shock Rock’ has had a career spanning over five decades and is of course coming to Dublin later this year! On this day in 1977, he took his first solo tour, Welcome to My Nightmare to Sydney, Australia. The concert showcased more theatrics than ever, including an 8-foot-tall furry Cyclops (as you do.)
Steve Tyler & co. are gearing up for Aerosmith’s Aero-Vederci Baby Farewell Tour which despite the name may or may not be their last tour – according to guitarist Joe Perry. The tour will see them play shows across Europe this year, including a stop off here this summer. Check out the hilarious tour announcement video starring Tyler and Perry here. They’ve been doing a lot of publicity for Aero-Vederci Baby recently. Drummer Joe Krammer was very vocal last month about his views on how Aerosmith measured up against the Rolling Stone. Now it’s lead guitarist Joe Perry’s turn to give us the goss. In a recent interview with AZ Central, Perry opened up about the upcoming tour; not being ready to say goodbye and postponing the North American leg of their tour to work on new music!
The two legendary 1970s bands are teaming up this summer to hit both the east and west coat of the U.S.A, according to Billboard. The mega-selling bands will perform as part of the aptly named festival, Classic East and Classic West. This partnership of the two multi-million record selling bands is what classic rock fans dreams are made of. Set to take place in Citi Field in New York and Dodgers Stadium in Los Angeles in July, organisers are hoping to make the festivals an annual event. It’s been reported that, each festival will take place over two days with additional artists to be announced in the co
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This year's lineup for 2017's Vantastival has been announced. The Co. Louth Camper van festival is set to run on the first...
Last Month we reported that the creators of This Is Spinal Tap, Christopher Guest, Harry Shearer, and Michael McKean had Reunited to sue the French media company Vivendi SA for $400 million over fraud, accounting misappropriation, and breach of contract. They claim the French company Vivendi denied them profits from the 1984 ‘rockumentary’. They also allege, Vivendi, the parent company of Universal Music manipulated accounting data, while ignoring contractually obligated accounting and reporting processes, to deny them what was owed to them. In a counter strike, Vivendi have now filed a motion to dismiss the suit.
Aerosmith drummer Joey Kramer sure knows how to talk the talk. He’s revealed that he doesn’t think much of the Rolling Stones musical abilities. Speaking to Classic Rock recently, Kramer said the Stones “never had anything to offer me musically, especially in the drumming department.”
The smash hit musical Once is coming home this summer. Described as “a love song to Dublin”, the musical based on the 2007 indie film of the same name will return to Dublin's Olympia Theatre this July. Audiences will have a chance to catch the multiple Tony Award-winning musical from July 1st - August 26th. It’s back for its eight week run due to demand. This is the third consecutive year the hit has come back to Dublin and for the first time ever will feature an all-Irish cast.
Mitchelstown based music festival Indiependence has just added a number of stellar acts to its line-up. Indiependence has gone from strength to strength over the last number of years, since its inception in 2006. Last year's festival welcomed the likes of The Kooks, Editors, Bell X1, Ash and Walking On Cars to name a few, and this year’s roster is just as impressive.