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Tuesday November 18



Malcolm Young Hasn't Heard AC/DC's New Album

(TeamRock Radio) Retired AC/DC guitarist Malcolm Young hasn't heard the band's upcoming album Rock Or Bust, says brother Angus. And the health issues that caused his retirement began appearing before they'd made 2008 record Black Ice, reveals the only remaining original member. Malcolm's family confirmed in September that his dementia had advanced to a stage that meant his career was over. Rock Or Bust was recorded with nephew Stevie Young in his place. Angus tells Rolling Stone: "It's something that had been happening for a long time. The symptoms had surfaced even before the last project. He was still capable of knowing what he wanted to do. "I said to him, 'Do you want to go through with what we're doing?' And he said, 'Sh*t, yeah.' He liked to finish what he started."

Read more: Tuesday November 18

Monday November 17



Jon Bon Jovi Says Richie Sambora Quit Band

(Classic Rock) Jon Bon Jovi says he has no hard feelings towards Richie Sambora but hints he won't be returning to the line-up. The guitarist disappeared from the band last year fuelling rumors of a feud between him and the Bon Jovi frontman. Sambora then broke the silence, revealing he was told he could either tour or quit when he asked for time off from group. It was a choice which left Sambora hurt but he remained hopeful he could rejoin the band in the future. And while Bon Jovi has no bitterness towards the axeman, a reunion doesn't seem to be on the cards. He tells Showbiz 411: "He quit. He's gone. No hard feelings. Being in a band isn't a life sentence."

Read more: Monday November 17

Friday November 14



U2 Singer Bono's Private Jet Loses Door Mid-Flight

(Radio.com) The rear door of Bono's private jet fell off his private leer jet plane mid-flight earlier this week, according to the U.K.'s Daily Mail. No one was injured, but Bono's luggage may be somewhere in a field in Germany. The mid-air incident occurred during a two-hour flight from Dublin to Berlin, where U2 were set to accept an award at the Bambi International awards, a German media award ceremony. The other members of the band weren't on the plane; Bono flew out early to attend a diplomatic function with the German minister of economic cooperation and development, Gerd Mueller. A source close to the singer told the Daily Mail: "He was extremely lucky, the plane could have gone down. About an hour into the journey they heard a big thud coming from the rear of the planeā€¦The entire door along with Bono and his companions' luggage had fallen out mid-air. "They don't know if the door and the contents landed over water or land but they were extremely lucky. They were at an altitude where anything could have happened and they are all feeling very lucky to be alive."

Read more: Friday November 14

Thursday November 13



Nickelback Streaming New Album Online

Nickelback won't officially be releasing their new studio album, "No Fixed Address," until next Monday, November 17th, but fans can now stream the full album online via iTunes Radio here. The band will be celebrating the album's release with an appearance Monday night on Jimmy Kimmel Live, followed up with an appearance on Good Morning America on November 20th. And as we reported last week, the band will be launching a massive tour in support of "No Fixed Address" with North American tour dates that stretch from the winter until late summer. The band will be kicking off the 60 city tour on February 14th in Allentown, PA at the PPL Center and will be concluding the trek on August 29th in Atlanta, GA at the Aarons Amphitheatre at Lakewood.

Read more: Thursday November 13

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