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  • Paul Stanley explains KISS makeup use by non-original members

    KISS frontman Paul Stanley is sharing his thoughts on the use of KISS makeup by non-original band members. The group has taken heat through the years for current replacement players Tommy Thayer and Eric Singer’s use of original makeup designs by original members Ace Frehley and Peter Criss. Now, Stanley admits mistakes were made in the past but that KISS will move forward with the band’s

  • VIDEO: Sammy Hagar rocks birthday bash in Las Vegas

    Sammy Hagar performed his belated birthday bash concert on Saturday at the Downtown Las Vegas Events Center. The evening featured Sammy Hagar & The Circle (Michael Anthony, Jason Bonham and Vic Johnson) playing a setlist spanning four decades – including hits from Montrose, Hagar’s solo career, Van Halen and beyond – as well as a special encore by Chickenfoot. Hagar, who turned 67 on October

  • VIDEO: Chickenfoot reunite for Sammy Hagar birthday bash in Las Vegas

    Chickenfoot reunited to perform the encore at Sammy Hagar’s belated birthday bash concert on Saturday at the Downtown Las Vegas Events Center. The group played “Sexy Little Thing” from their 2009 debut and “Big Foot” from 2011’s “Chickenfoot III” before being joined by Nickelback frontman Chad Kroeger for Led Zeppelin’s “Whole Lotta Love” – featuring Jason Bonham on drums and Chad Smith on

  • VIDEO: Deep Purple preview Lazy from Live In Verona DVD

    Deep Purple have issued a performance of their 1972 classic, “Lazy”, as a preview to the October 20 release (Oct 21 in North America) of the forthcoming DVD/Blu-ray, “Live In Verona.” The band were filmed in the spectacular surroundings of the Arena di Verona, a Roman amphitheatre originally built in 30 AD. The 2011 concert sees Deep Purple joined on stage by the German Neue Philarmonic

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