Classic Rock News

Monday April 21



GUNS N’ ROSES CLASSIC FEATURED IN NEW GATORADE AD

Washington Nationals outfielder Bryce Harper is the star of a new Gatorade commercial, but the soundtrack to the visually-stimulating ad features the Guns N’ Roses tour de force “Welcome to the Jungle.” In the ad for latest flavor of the popular sports drink, Gatorade Fierce, Harper steps up to the plate and blasts a massive home run, while “Welcome to the Jungle” blasts in the background.

Read more: Monday April 21

Friday April 18



NEW BRUCE TUNE DEBUTS AHEAD OF RECORD STORE DAY RELEASE

Tomorrow, millions of record store fans will flock to their favorite vinyl and CD store to celebrate the 2014 edition of Record Store Day. One of the exclusive goodies that will be on sale is Bruce Springsteen’s American Beauty EP, a companion piece to the Boss’ current full-length studio album High Hopes. On Thursday, fans were given a sneak peek at the EP with the release of the single “Hurry Up Sundown.”

Read more: Friday April 18

Thursday April 17



AC/DC RETIREMENT RUMORS SHOT DOWN IN FLAMES

Following forty-eight hours of intense rumors revolving around the impending retirement of AC/DC, the group itself issued a statement on its Facebook page Wednesday admitting that one of its members is stepping away, but the band will move forward. The statement reads: “After 40 years of life dedicated to AC/DC, guitarist and founding member Malcolm Young is taking a break from the band due to ill health. Malcolm would like to thank the group’s diehard legions of fans worldwide for their never-ending love and support. In light of this news, AC/DC asks that Malcolm’s and his family’s privacy be respected during this time. The band will continue to make music.”

Read more: Thursday April 17

Wednesday April 16



PLANT PUTS PARISHIONERS ON STAIRWAY TO HEAVEN WITH CHURCH GIG

Often nicknamed “The Golden God,” Robert Plant blessed parishioners at the Church of St. Peter and St. Paul in the tiny village of Northleach, Gloucestershire, England with a surprise charity concert inside the small church last weekend. The Led Zeppelin singer and his musical apostle Steve Winwood of Traffic fame answered the prayers of 400 churchgoers when they performed Led Zep’s “Nobody’s Fault But Mine” as well as “Satan Your Kingdom Must Come Down” and “Wade in the Water.”

Read more: Wednesday April 16

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