Full-time freelance writer based in Glasgow, Scotland… author of 17 books, three of which are in the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame Permanent Collection… former news editor at TeamRock.com… former band manager, drummer and keyboardist… TV and radio presenter… real ale fan.
Gene Simmons Calls for End to ‘Stupid Fascination’ With Drugs
Kiss star Gene Simmons called for an end to the entertainment world’s “stupid fascination” with drug addition.
Pearl Jam Confirm U.S. Baseball Stadium Shows
Pearl Jam have confirmed a short run of U.S. baseball stadium tour dates that were leaked on their website last week.
David Lee Roth Impersonator Arrested on Sex Charges
A man known for pretending to be Van Halen singer David Lee Roth has been arrested on charges of having underage sex.
Marilyn Manson Hints at Hiring Johnny Depp
Marilyn Manson said that Johnny Depp could possibly serve as Twiggy Ramirez's replacement.
Steven Tyler Announces Inaugural Janie’s Fund Gala
The Aerosmith singer will be joined by family and friends for fundraiser night in aid of his charity for abused girls.
Slash Recalls ‘Very Surreal’ Guns N’ Roses Reunion Show
Guns N' Roses' guitarist didn’t think he’d play with Axl Rose ever again as little as two months before it happened.
Zakk Wylde Says His Drinking Problem Began with Ozzy Osbourne
Guitarist recalls joining Black Sabbath icon’s band at the age of 19: “like ‘Animal House’ on steroids.”
Perry Farrell Accidentally Got His Dog High
Note to dog owners: Don't leave roach clips unattended...
Myles Kennedy Hopes No One Recorded His Led Zeppelin Audition
Myles Kennedy confirms that no video was taken, but say he’s “heard different accounts” about the possibility of audio recordings.
Kid Rock Sued over ‘Greatest Show on Earth’ Tour Title
Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus owner claims breach of trademark.
Frances Bean Cobain Sets Up Cooking Instagram Account
Cobain's new “Witchin in the Kitchen” account picked up more than 22,000 followers shortly after launching
Linkin Park Rule Out Chester Bennington Hologram
Mike Shinoda insists there’s “absolutely no way” of returning with digital projection of Linkin Park's late frontman.