Rock On The Range, America’s premier destination rock festival, is about to get bigger. The annual event is expanding to three days and will hit hard with performances from some of rock’s biggest names on each night of the festival: Friday, May 17, Saturday, May 18 and Sunday, May 19, 2013.
Los Angeles quartet Saint Motel has earned renown for its unique take on indie pop, absurdist lyrical ideas, and its penchant for spectacular live performance. The hotly-tipped indie rockers are gearing up to kick off their West Coast headlining tour but not before making a special performance for the much buzzed about fashion blog Lookbook
As Slash Featuring Myles Kennedy and The Conspirators are currently embarked on their world tour, the group have announced they’ll release a special 3-disc special enhanced edition of their acclaimed new studio album ‘Apocalyptic Love’ exclusively at Best Buy on November 19. The collection includes the full 15-track version of the album including bonus songs “Crazy Life” and “Carolina,” eight unreleased acoustic tracks from the group’s Guitar Center Sessions as well as the “Live From NY” concert DVD from SLASH’s sold-out record release show filmed live at Irving Plaza in New York City. The special enhanced edition will also include a collectible guitar pick tin.
New rock supergroup Something Unto Nothing (S.U.N.) is set to digitally release their debut full-length self-titled album Tuesday, November 20 on Robo Records. On Tuesday, January 15, 2013 the CD will be available physically with distribution through Fontana/ Universal Music Distribution.
The Who, one of rock’s legendary and defining bands, kicked off their “Quadrophenia And More” tour last week in Sunrise, Florida, unveiling a dynamic new stage set and fast-paced video footage to accompany their iconic 1973 double album 'Quadrophenia' which is being performed in its entirety along with a selection of Who classics.
'Wounded Warriors' which makes its debut this Saturday, November 10 over Veterans Day weekend at the GI Film Festival Hollywood—is a short film documenting Jonathan Davis, lead singer of Grammy Award-winning band Korn, returning to Ramstein Air Base in Germany August 11, 2012 to visit with members of armed forces stationed there as well as those in transit from Iraq and Afghanistan.
After several months on the road with Lady Gaga in 2012, multi-platinum British rock group The Darkness are set to make a triumphant return with their upcoming headlining world tour “Let Them Eat Cakes.” The U.S. portion of the trek will kick-off January 10 in Ft. Lauderdale, FL and wrap-up February 2 in Aspen, CO before the band heads to 15 countries worldwide including Scandinavia, Germany, England, France, Switzerland, Italy, Australia and New Zealand (see full world tour routing below).