Jonathan Cain, Journey's longtime keyboardist, is releasing a memoir this year, titled Don't Stop Believin'. The book covers Cain's first days with Journey, when he replaced Gregg Rolie and helped write the multi-platinum album Escape. It details the time when Steve Perry left the band in 1987, and the tension that came with that. Cain also talks about…
Next month will mark the 16th anniversary of the premiere of MTV’s The Osbournes, and Ozzy, Sharon, Jack and Kelly Osbourne will be looking back on their reality show in a new 10-episode podcast series aptly titled The Osbournes Podcast.
Drew Barrymore celebrates her birthday today (February 22), and if you really wanted to honor her in some way, you should start by checking out her starring turn in the Netflix series Santa Clarita Diet, whose second season premieres March 23.
The GRAMMYs are known for their infamous moments, but for rock/metal fans the world over, one of the award ceremony’s most infamous moments of them all happened February 22, 1989 when the very first GRAMMY award for Best Hard Rock/Metal Performance Vocal or Instrumental was given to Jethro Tull.
If you’ve been following the Olympics, you know that the Ladies’ Short Program was last night and included some interesting song choices thanks to the new rule that allows skaters to use music with lyrics.