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Farewell B.B. King

B.B. King died Thursday night at the age of 89. He had been in ill health and died in his Las Vegas home. Over the years, the king of blues guitar played with a lot of our favorite musicians, including Slash, who idolized the blues legend. Slash took to his Facebook to remember King. Check out the video below - a classic.

Devastated by the passing of BB King. My favorite blues guitarist. & a truly wonderful man. RIP BB.

Posted by Slash on Friday, May 15, 2015


The Darkness Release New Song

The Darkness are back with new music. The band just premiered the song "Hammer and Tongs" from the upcoming album Last Of Our Kind. To be honest, I'm not too impressed, but maybe this track will grow on me. What do you think?


'Love Is Your Name'

So Steven Tyler's first country song is out. It's called "Love Is Your Name." It isn't heinous and doesn't sound as "country" as I expected, but still. It isn't great, either. I just don't get it, but whatever. It's Steven's life and career and he can make whatever music he chooses. I guess I can choose to stick to the stuff he makes with Aerosmith and try to forget this country phase.


The Bulletboys Are Back, Ya'll! 


HOLLYWOOD, CA (May 11, 2015) – The BULLETBOYS are back and ready to tear the house down with their new MASSIVE release ELEFANTE on Cleopatra/Deadline Records, June 9th 2015. This long awaited album shows that the BULLETBOYS are unstoppable with their grinding hard rock. Singer Marq Torien's vocals hit every note with the power that is his trademark. “Can't wait for our fans to hear this album. I put my heart and soul into this music,” exclaims lead singer Marq Torien. “This album has sick peaks and valleys ... it is NOT a linear album. A straight out labor of love that I've dedicated to my amazing father, all of our Families and our unfaltering BULLETBOYS fans and friends.”

The band consists of founding member Marq Torien (Vocals/Lead Guitar), Nick Rozz (Guitar), Chad MacDonald (Bass) and Shawn Duncan (Drums). All members pouring their heart and soul into the group’s first album of original material since 2009. ELEFANTE was produced by Matt Thorne (Trapt/Disturbed), Marq Torien and engineered by Ryan Greene (Alice Cooper/Lita Ford/Cheap Trick/Usher). The great Anthony Focx (Miley Cyrus/Aerosmith/Santana/Buckcherry) mastered this new work of art. “Working with the Bulletboys was an amazing experience,” explains Ryan Greene. “Most singers, from back in the 80's, were pretty good but I will tell you Marq knocked it out of the park on this record. His power and passion was second to none and he can sing in tune! No auto-tune needed, he's the real freak’n deal.  If you think for a second this is going to be some rehashed 80's record you are completely wrong!”


1. Rollover

2. Tsunami

3. Symphony

4. The Villain

5. Kin Folk

6. Saving You From Me

7. As Dumb As

8. Superhuman Girl

9. Drop Your Weapon

10. Bitch Is Back

11. Elefanté






House Of Lords Release New Video

House of Lords just premiered a video for the track "Go to Hell." The band's new album, Indestructible, comes out June 7th via Frontiers. House of Lords isn't a band we usually talk about here... what do you think?


Rocking In The Meadows - Cathouse Live

Looks like we've got ourselves another Glam festival, ya'll. Being announced today - Cathouse Live at Irvine Meadows. That's in California. Set to go down August 15. Bands rumored are Dangerous Toys, Faster Pussycat, Great White, L.A. Guns, Trixter and Junkyard. Official announcement at 10 a.m. California time - I'll post more details when I know them.


Happy Mother's Day 2015!

Happy Mother's Day to all the Glam moms out there! Make sure you call your mom today, she misses you I'm sure. I'm taking my mom out for a big Mother's Day brunch. Hopefully you have a great holiday, too!

Here's some Def Leppard since my mom let me listen to Hysteria when I was too young to understand what any of the songs meant. All the mothers of my friends at the time were lame and tried to censored what their kids listened to... shortsighted for sure. I can't imagine my life without Def Leppard or Hysteria when I was young!

And here's something really cool: a video of a Def Lep soundcheck from back in 1988. Love seeing Steve Clark at work.