Teenage girls from around the world have descended on London for the chance to have their photo taken with One Direction. They’re lining for hours so they can sit next to the boys, wrap an arm around their favourite and even peck a cheek or two.
Chances are when you’re reading about percussionist Alan Myers in the coming days, the word “metronomic” will be used.
Velvet Underground, the 1960s avant-garde rock band, has settled a fight with the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts over the rights to an iconic pop art image of a banana that graced the band’s best-known album. Velvet Underground sued the Warhol Foundation in January 2012 after reports that the foundation was planning to license the banana design for cases, sleeves and bags for Apple Inc’s iPhone and iPad
After more than 30 years as rock music’s biggest bad boys, after selling more than 30 million albums, Motley Crue can see the finish line, bassist Nikki Sixx says.
Fat Freddy’s Drop have turned themselves into marionettes for the video to their latest single Clean The House.
It’s been 31 years since the song Victoria catapulted the Kiwi band The Exponents to fame, and frontman Jordan Luck can’t believe the crowds still love it as much as they did in 1982. “I’m like, ‘Oh wow, people liked this song when it was 10 years old’.
The singer of Grammy-nominated heavy metal band As I Lay Dying has been arrested in Southern California after authorities say he tried to hire an undercover detective to kill his estranged wife.
With some deck chairs, a carpet and a handful of pocket-sized instruments, a New Zealand couple took to Berlin’s streets to busk and get by in a city where they couldn’t find jobs.
ORANGE SYRINGE Tom Morgan (Southbound) Nothing proves a singer-songwriter’s limitations more than being known for his time in a grunge band and writing great songs for a far prettier (and vocally talented) band. Tom Morgan’s past credits include Aussie slacksters Smudge and songwriting credits for The Lemonheads
Two shocks in the world of Ozzy Osbourne.