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Fun Video From 'Ride For Ronnie'

The annual "Ride for Ronnie" was this past weekend in California. The event raises money for the Ronnie James Dio Stand Up and Shout Cancer Fund.

Drummer Steven Adler was one of the draws of the event. He gathered a group of all-star musicians for a set of fun songs. Some of the folks that performed included Lita Ford, Alex Grossi, Jeff Pilson and many more. Here's a fun video of Adler and Lita Ford doing "Sweet Child O' Mine. It's side view, shot from the stage.


Monsters of Rock Cruise On Sale Soon

The Monsters of Rock Cruise is set for February 11-16, 2018. Cabins will go on sale this Wednesday and there will be a new band announced today via the official event Facebook. I know a lot of you love these cruises, so be sure to check out the lineup fast if you want a cabin. I believe each one of these events has sold out.


Warrant, 'Louder Harder Faster' - New Video

There's nothing wrong with having a little fun and Warrant seems to be having a ball these days. The band just released the video for the song "Louder Harder Faster." It's the title track from their upcoming album via Frontiers. You'll be able to buy it May 12.

There's a bit of a story inside this video. The guys get stranded, get saved by some women and then go on to get to their gig in time. There's some crowd shots of regular fans, too and if you look close enough you'll probably see yourself. I mean, it wouldn't surprise me!


Bret Michaels Releases 'Jorja Bleu' Video

Bret Michaels just released a video for his song "Jorja Bleu." The song is about and a tribute to his youngest daughter. The video looks like it was shot guerrilla-style: just fast and on a handheld camera.



Well, (probably) forget the post from yesterday about a possible Led Zeppelin reunion. Or not. We'll see I guess. Money talks.


Is It Happening?

Let the Led Zeppelin reunion rumors fly! Robert Plant left a cryptic message on his website the other day... and people took it to mean the band was reuniting. Rumors have swirled that the band would play Desert Trip or Coachella... so it seems possible. Also, it's just about time for the 50th anniversary of Led Zep. I say bring it on!

From the Blabbermouth article, linked below:

According to The Pulse Of Radio, several industry sources have supposedly told the site that Plant — presumably the lone holdout over the past decade — has agreed to team up for the still-unannounced festival and front the band. It was widely reported that ZEP turned down a whopping $14 million to play last year's two weekend event, which featured THE ROLLING STONES, Paul McCartney, THE WHO, Bob Dylan, Roger Waters and Neil Young. Fanning the flames is the fact that Plant's official web site features a blackened page with only the white words: "Any time now..."



Cruise To The Edge Bands Announced

The biggest prog-rock cruise is the annual Cruise to the Edge. This year, YES will headline. Mike Portnoy will also perform as will a slew of other acts including Carl Palmer's ELP LEGACY. Cabins are on sale starting today.

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