In the wake of the tragic bombings at the Boston Marathon on April 15, the local community has sprung into action, raising funds for those impacted by the devastation. Now, several bands with ties to the bay state are stepping up to participate in the ‘Boston Strong: An Evening of Support and Celebration’ benefit show on May 30 at the TD Garden, with net ticket proceeds donated to The One Fund Boston.
Aerosmith vocalist Steven Tyler, his former management company Kovac Media Group and Tyler's lawyer, Dina LaPolt, have been entrenched in a legal battle since October 2012, regarding issues with the singer's stint as a judge on 'American Idol.' Tyler's former management company accuses the singer's lawyer allegedly sabotaged a multimillion dollar deal for the Aerosmith legend, resulting in Tyler's exit from the popular TV show. As if this wasn't dramatic enough, the Hollywood Reporter reports that Mick Mars and Tommy Lee of Motley Crue are now involved in another issue between both Kovac Media Group and lawyer Dina LaPolt, adding to the whirlwind of serious allegations.
If you want to figure out what kind of video Aerosmith are putting out this far into their music career, all you have to do is listen to the narrator of their 'Legendary Child' clip, who reveals, "This is the story, the story of Aerosmith done by girls on roller skates. How f---in' cool is that?"
Once known for their outlandishly entertaining music videos, Aerosmith are gearing up to release their first video in eight years. Next week their new video for the recently released single ‘Legendary Child’ will make it's debut. In anticipation for the video debut the band has released a new clip that take fans behind the scenes for a taste of what’s in store.
Mark Tremonti and his crew have been on a terrific run in the Cage Match. They beat out Losprophets in the last Cage Match and now Tremonti & Co. are going for their fifth and final victory and entrance into the Loudwire Cage Match Hall of Fame. But can they beat one of the biggest bands on the planet?
Recording a duet with Miley Cyrus must have triggered some sort of collaboration fever for Bret Michaels. For his new album, 'Get Your Rock On,' he broke out his rolodex and lined up a veritable who's who of rock 'n' roll luminaries, including members of KISS, Pantera, Van Halen, Aerosmith and more.