Rock

Is Ozzy Osbourne Releasing AI-Generated Randy Rhoads Song?

Recently, Ozzy Osbourne clarified his stance on potentially releasing songs that employ artificial intelligence (AI) to replicate Randy Rhoads’ playing, stating that he is not concerned about the introduction of AI and its effects on the music industry. Even while the full effects of artificial intelligence’s growing ubiquity have not yet been fully understood, it is already evident that the …

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Rush Singer Geddy Lee Unearths New Music

Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame inductee and Rush lead vocalist, bassist, and keyboardist Geddy Lee has unveiled “The Lost Demos,” a duo of previously unreleased solo tracks now accessible on all major streaming platforms. These demos, “Gone” and “I Am…You Are,” were initially recorded by Geddy during the creative sessions for his solo debut album, “My Favorite Headache,” released …

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Mick Mars Reveals Why John Corabi Didn’t Sing on His Upcoming Solo Debut

Mick Mars recently revealed he chose not to have John Corabi sing on his upcoming debut solo album, noting how the two musicians didn’t want to repeat what they did on Mötley Crüe’s highly underrated 1994 self-titled record. Despite his ongoing issues with Ankylosing spondylitis as well as his caustic spat & ongoing legal battle with Nikki Sixx, Vince Neil, …

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Eddie Van Halen Shocked By Power Rangers Theme

Reflecting on the creation of the “Mighty Morphin Power Rangers” theme, composer Ron Wasserman shares an amusing anecdote involving the legendary Eddie Van Halen. Despite the seemingly goofy core concept and visuals of Power Rangers from today’s perspective (my favorite of which being red Ranger) the show holds a special place in the childhood memories of many Millennials. The theme …

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Why Blink-182’s “Adam’s Song” Is An Upbeat Song

Blink-182’s success lies in their ability to fuse the infectious melodies of pop music with the rebellious spirit of punk. Anthems like “All the Small Things” epitomize their knack for crafting upbeat, catchy tunes that resonate with a wide audience. The song’s buoyant tempo, sing-along chorus, and playful lyrics are quintessential Blink-182, embodying the carefree and spirited nature of the …

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Red Hot Chili Peppers Replacement Announced After Emergency

The recent announcement that 311 would be stepping in to replace the Red Hot Chili Peppers at KROQ’s Almost Acoustic Christmas show has certainly sent shockwaves through the music community. The switch comes as a result of an undisclosed injury to a Chili Pepper member, widely speculated on Reddit to be frontman Anthony Kiedis, who is believed to have undergone …

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Geddy Lee Felt ‘Resentful’ Following Rush’s Final Show

It has been noted that Geddy Lee reminisced a conversation he and Alex Lifeson had with Neil Peart which led to Rush‘s farewell tour, recalling the rollercoaster of emotion that was happening behind the scenes as the band played their last ever show together. There comes a time in every relationship when difficult talks have to be had, and the …

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Ace Frehley Unloads On Gene Simmons After Retirement

In the aftermath of KISS’s epic farewell tour conclusion at Madison Square Garden, Ace Frehley, the iconic Space Ace guitarist, took a moment to reflect on what he perceives as attempts by Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley to tarnish his reputation. Frehley asserted that his upcoming solo record, “10,000 Volts,” is poised to be a musical retort that will “shut …

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Zakk Wylde Reveals Truth About Pantera Reunion

When asked about traveling with the reformed Pantera, Zakk Wylde said it’s “a beautiful thing” that so many fans who were never able to see the band in their lifetime may now do so. The twenty years or so that went by between Pantera’s last performance with the late Abbott Brothers and that occasion did nothing to slake the fans’ …

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Geddy Lee Releases Song In Honor of Neil Peart’s Daughter

Geddy Lee, the bassist and vocalist for Rush, recently released two demo songs from his 2000 solo project “My Favourite Headache” – “Gone” and “I Am… You Are.” Notably, “Gone” was originally written as a tribute to drummer Neil Peart’s daughter, Selena Taylor, who tragically passed away in a car accident in 1997. In an interview with Q104.3, Geddy Lee …

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