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Monday June 23



Aerosmith Cancel Show Due To Unrest

(hennemusic) Aerosmith have pulled the plug on their July 2nd show in Kiev, Ukraine due to the ongoing political upheaval in the country, according to event promoter National Corporation Of Entertainment. "With much regret we have decided to cancel the Aerosmith show in Kiev on July 2nd," announced the. "It is impossible to produce this show in Ukraine while there is civil war. We can't ensure safety to the artists, crew and the audience. We can't ensure safety of the equipment. "We're facing many economic and technical difficulties and in a state of civil war those difficulties are impossible to resolve. Therefore we just can't carry out the show on July 2nd and are very sorry for that." "We all did our best to present the show in Kiev but we have no option but to cancel," they added. "We hope that Aerosmith will be able to perform in Ukraine at some time in the future when there is peace and more stability in Ukraine. We are arranging refunds for ticket-holders".

Read more: Monday June 23

Thursday June 19



Slash Discouraged By Today's Lack Of Rock Singers

(Gibson) Slash recently spoke about the seemingly never-ending search for a new Velvet Revolver singer. The band have been on the lookout for a new frontman since parting with Scott Weiland back in 2008. The guitarist is a bit frustrated with the lack of new young rock singers, as he told Gary Cool: "There's a lot of people that we tried out that we don't talk about. The more that time passes, the less rock and roll singers there seems to be. Like, that style of just really, sort of, from-the-heart, guttural rock and roll. It seems to be just getting more and more glossed up." Velvet Revolver were close to partnering up with Corey Taylor a few years back, even going so far as to record ten songs with the Slipknot and Stone Sour singer. The band briefly reunited with Weiland for a one-off event in 2012, but don't seem to have any plans on inviting him back in the fold. Slash ensures that Velvet Revolver is still very much alive, just in hibernation: "Obviously, it's not broken up; it's sort of in a state of dormancy. And so whenever the right guy [pops up]…" In the meantime fans of Slash can look forward to a new album, World on Fire, on September 15.

Read more: Thursday June 19

Wednesday June 18



Ozzy Lands Role As Punk Rock Fish On Kid's TV Show

(Radio.com) Ozzy Osbourne just got his next big TV role - and it's as a cartoon fish whose name is strikingly similar to a fellow controversial rock star. Rolling Stone reports that Osbourne will voice a character in the Nickelodeon children's TV show Bubble Guppies. He'll play Sid Fishy, a "rock and roll fish who just loves being rotten." Sound familiar? Though the likeness is a bit different, Sid Fishy seems to bear some similarity to Sex Pistols bassist Sid Vicious - with perhaps some Johnny Rotten thrown in there too. The town of Bubbletucky's equivalent of a punk rocker is known for his slime spray, which he uses to terrorize the town's residents. "The green liquid is Sid Fishy's 'stink sauce' made up of different smells such as stinky socks and rotten eggs," a show representative told Rolling Stone. "He wants to use the stink sauce to cover Big Bubble City and all its citizens to make them stinky."

Read more: Wednesday June 18

Tuesday June 17



Peter Gabriel and Genesis Reuniting For BBC

Peter Gabriel revealed on his official website that he and the original member of Genesis are reuniting for the first time since 1975 to take part in an upcoming documentary. The feature length documentary is being produced by the BBC and will include the participation of Gabriel, Tony Banks, Phil Collins, Steve Hackett and Mike Rutherford. A broadcast date for the film has not yet been announced. Gabriel site had these details: From their first beginnings as a band of songwriters in the late 1960s to its final incarnation as a rock giant in the 1990s - via full-blown theatrical progressive rock in the mid-1970s and the subtler jazzy pop of the early 1980s - Genesis could perplex and enrage the die-hards, whilst exciting and exhilarating the newer disciples. The film recounts an extraordinary musical story, exploring the band's songwriting as well as emotional highs and lows, alongside previously unseen archive material and rare performance footage across their entire career.

Read more: Tuesday June 17

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