Hosts & Shows
The Foo Fighters week long stay on the Late Show continued last night. During Wednesday’s after-show, David Letterman told a story about how he and his son bonded over a ski trip in Montana and the emotional connection it had with the band.
Watch as Dave gets a little choked up during last nights Late Show performance from the Foo Fighters.
Dave Grohl guest starred on the Late Show with David Letterman last night as the Foo Fighters kicked off their one Week residency on the show. The residency is a lead up to this Friday’s release of the band’s 8 Episode HBO mini-series “Sonic Highways” which is also the name of their 8th studio album due out November 10. The Foo Fighters shocked late night viewers by rocking the hell out of Black Sabbath’s “War Pigs” alongside Zac Brown who Dave Grohl just got finished working with on a side project.
Now THIS Rocks!!
AC/DC is gearing up for their first studio album in over 6 years. The band released more details about the album today including their BRAND NEW single “Play Ball” and the Track Listing for the disc! “Rock Or Bust” is due out December 2nd.
1. Rock Or Bust
2. Play Ball
3. Rock The Blues Away
5. Dogs Of War
6. Got Some Rock & Roll Thunder
7. Hard Times
8. Baptism By Fire
9. Rock The House
10. Sweet Candy
11. Emission Control
Check out AC/DC’s NEW single Play Ball below!
Disease, war, starvation, natural disaster, all things that plague our world but we choose to focus on THIS. Some people are actually up in arms over Subway’s new commercial.
Did you think this was offensive?
The KISS saga continues… For the better part of three decades, the KISS “family” has been at each others throat. The once dynamic quartet of Gene Simmons, Paul Stanley, Ace Frehley and Peter Criss has turned into an all out battle of egos, worthy of elementary school status. In the latest episode of Simmons/Stanley Vs. Frehley/Criss, Ace has called out Paul as being “the sloppiest guitarist out there.” If this sounds childish… it’s because… well, it is. Granted, Ace was provoked by Paul who claimed Frehley lost the ability to play, saying “he threw away incredible potential and talent and got involved with a whole lot of things that really diluted and diminished his craft.” Obviously, these comments didn’t sit well with Frehley who then claimed Stanley was out of his mind and HE is the one who can’t play because “he’s more worried about jumping around.” In any event, this back and forth battle has really started to heat up again and while it may be a tad juvenile, it’s still fairly entertaining. At this pace, these rockers in mom’s makeup will be feuding well into their rocking chair years.