Jack Bruce has teamed up with Vernon Reid in a new supergroup.
Aerosmith guitarist Joe Perry has exclusively revealed to Classic Rock that the group’s reconnection with Steven Tyler has renewed a hunger to succeed. Only months ago the Bostonians were being linked to a variety of singers, including Paul Rodgers, Lenny Kravitz and Billy Idol, in order to allow the band to continue touring.
This week, Mick freezes in Cornwall, gets into Them Crooked Vultures, reminisces about The Sex Pistols, does his tax return to the soundtrack of Neil Young, pleads for a Classic Rock radio station, looks at a plan to mummify someone live on TV, applauds those trying to prevent war breaking out again in the Sudan, lauds Rory Gallagher and gets excited about 3D TV…
Classic Rock is sad to report the death of Michael Lee, the drummer that first found fame with Little Angels, before playing with such artists as Robert Plant, Page & Plant, Thin Lizzy, Ian Gillan, Lenny Kravitz, The Quireboys and The Cult. Lee was just 39 years old.