Gene Simmons has thrown down the gauntlet to The Rolling Stones and U2 to compete with Kiss as the (admittedly self-proclaimed) hottest band in the land.
AC/DC have toppled U2 as the biggest live band ever to play in Australia.
Brian Eno has declared that, in his opinion, people should get used to the fact that the ‘record age’ is over.
The Half Moon in Putney, south-west London has been saved from closing down as a live music venue.
The Rolling Stones won’t be playing at this year’s Glastonbury Festival.
AC/DC and Metallica were among the biggest touring acts of 2009 in North America.
AC/DC, Metallica, Jeff Beck and Judas Priest are among the nominees for the Grammys.
The Half Moon in Putney, one of the most celebrated and respected venues in South London, is facing closure.
There are unconfirmed reports that The Who have been lined up to perform during the halftime show at Superbowl XLIV.
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