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Seriously Addictive Music News – Iron Maiden, The Who &...

Myrren Bedding
Iron Maiden, The Who and Ringo Starr are all in todays' Seriously Addictive Music News with Marty & Conor! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mYlsNLPkPwU&feature=youtu.be

You Can Listen To The Who’s ‘Who’s Next?’ In Full...

Alma Mannion
Who's Next is the fifth studio album by English rock band The Who which was released on 14 August 1971. Much...

A New Box Set Full Of The Who’s Hits To...

Myrren Bedding
A new box set full of all of The Who’s singles and EP's, ‘Maximum A's & B's' will be released later...

Nova’s Best Bits: The Good, The Bad And The Bizarre...

Annie Taaffe
Nova’s Best Bits: The Good, The Bad And The Bizarre - May 11th- Nova's Lightning Round-Up of all your Rock music news...

Nova’s Best Bits: The Good, The Bad And The Bizarre

Love your Nova News but feeling a bit too lazy to read all the stories? We’ve got your back, here is your super handy guide to the best of this week’s news.

AC/DC’s Former Front Man, Brian Johnson Turned Interviewer?

Annie Taaffe
AC/DC’s former front man Brian Johnston is hosting his own show. Johnson was forced to leave the band due to health reasons. He was replaced by Guns N’ Roses singer Axl Rose last March on the band’s recent ‘Rock Or Bust’ tour for U.S. and European dates after he was ordered by doctors to stop touring or face permanent hearing loss. He has since been working with specialists on a possible solution. According to Rolling Stone, he met with Stephen Ambrose, an in-ear technology specialist, and is hopeful that his work will improve his hearing loss. It seem Johnson has now turned his attention to TV. Sky Arts announced the new TV series titled Brian Johnson's Life On The Road which will see the rocker interview a host of big names from the world of rock and metal, with the first episode featuring The Who’s Roger Daltrey scheduled to air on April 28.

Keith Richards Remembers Being Given A Shiner By Chuck Berry

Annie Taaffe
Rolling Stones' Keith Richards sat down with Rolling Stone magazine to speak about the late great Chuck Berry, and that time Berry punched him in the face ... When legendary guitarist Chuck Berry passed away last month, major recording artists old and young expressed their grief and cited the rock music legend as a leading influence to their own sound. Bands such as Green Day, Red Hot Chili Peppers, the Roots and Sting paid tribute to the late rocker through music covering his 1958 classic, ‘Johnny be Goode’. Richards shared a touching tribute to the late musician calling him "the granddaddy of us all" but also spoke about that one time when Berry gave him a shiner!

Johnny Lydon Describes Lydon As A “Cat Amongst Pigeons”

Johnny Lydon, or otherwise known as Johnny Rotten, has been hitting the media rounds of late and unsurprisingly is being controversial. The...

Noel Gallagher Is Given Award From Teenage Cancer Trust

Noel Gallagher has been awarded the Teenage Cancer Trust award after serving as an ambassador for the charity. The show has been...

Papa Roach Are Trolling Paul Ryan On Twitter

Papa Roach are trolling the one and only Paul Ryan on twitter and its highly entertaining. The rockers took to twitter to...
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