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Photo Credit – commons.wikimedia.org If you are bold enough to pay hitmen to kill your wife, you should be bold enough further still to research the integrity & convictions of said hitmen.  Unfortunately, for Balenga Kalala of Australia, formerly of Africa this did not factor into his decision-making; much to his detriment.  Find out the FULL story on today’s 4:20 ... Read More »



Photo Credit – wikipedia.org One of the most gifted singers in rock, Steve Perry helped Journey to a string of hit singles including the anthemic “Lights”.  But the song didn’t start out as you may’ve expected.  As a matter of fact, Steve wasn’t in Journey & wasn’t even living in L.A. when he started writing the song.  Find out how ... Read More »

Randy Bachman ~ Guitars!!


75 of Randy Bachman’s guitars are on display at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum in Nashville and Randy Bachman speaks about his passion for the collection, “I think it’s called the midlife crisis. Everywhere I went I’d seek out Gretsch guitars. And I remember one day I got a call from Duke Kramer who was running Gretsch ... Read More »

Foreigner First Ever Live Acoustic…


In Concert Unplugged includes “Double Vision,” “Dirty White Boy,” “Cold as Ice,” “Feels Like the First Time,” “Juke Box Hero” and “Hot Blooded” and it’s available exclusively through Amazon. Mick Jones on why Foreigner is donating all the royalties says, “My family was affected by it and Robin, our tour manager, his youngest daughter has it. And doing some research, ... Read More »

Alice Cooper To Pay Tribute To Lemmy At Grammys


Photo by Christopher Mark. Our very own night guy Alice Cooper will be paying tribute to the one and only Lemmy Kilmister at this year’s Grammys. As of now there is now word on what songs Cooper will be playing for the Tribute. Alice will be joined by Johnny Depp, Duff McKagan and Aerosmith’s Joe Perry. Click here to read ... Read More »