Author Archives: Randi Scott

HBD Don Felder! Quiz Time!

Former Eagles guitarist Don Felder celebrates his 71st birthday today (September 21st). What is the first part of the title of Felder’s 2008 autobiography, which ends with My Life in the Eagles (1974-2001)? Stumped? Here are a few hints. It refers to the up and down nature of Felder’s relationship with the band. It’s the same as the title of albums by Black Sabbath, Joe Jackson and ... Read More »


After passing by several homeless people day after day on his way to work, this guy decided to find a way to bring them what they needed.  The result is heartwarming. Read More »

GUNS N’ ROSES: Axl Still Hates Trump, Slash Likes New Ax

Axl Rose doesn’t tweet that often, but when he does, it’s usually something political. The Guns n’ Roses singer commented on President Trump‘s comments about Jeff Sessions in an interview on Wednesday where he said, “I don’t have an attorney general.” Rose tweeted, “Trump rips into Jeff Sessions: ‘I don’t have an Attorney General.’ And we don’t have a President.” ... Read More »

ROLLING STONES: Rainbow Still Shining Brightly

Years ago when an artist licensed their music for commercials, they were accused of selling out. While there are those who still won’t go that route, there is proof that doing so is not necessarily a bad thing. Case in point, Acura using “She’s a Rainbow” by The Rolling Stones in a current commercial has propelled the 51-year old song ... Read More »

50 Yrs. Ago ~ Hendrix “All Along the Watchtower”

The late Jimi Hendrix Experience drummer Mitch Mitchell told us that Jimi was a huge fan of Bob Dylan’s songwriting, so it was wasn’t that surprising to him when Jimi decided to record a new Dylan song called “All Along the Watchtower.” Mitchell recalled how the track also moved Hendrix into a new phase, recording-wise. “He thought so highly of the ... Read More »

STEVE PERRY: Third Single and Video

Steve Perry has released the third single and video from his new album, Traces. “We’re Still Here” celebrates the continuity of life and a sense of camaraderie with a new generation, which Perry saw first hand during a walk around Los Angeles while working on the album. Steve Perry on his new song, “We’re Still Here.” OC:…all still here generationally. ... Read More »

ELTON JOHN: Wins Libel Settlement From British Tabloid

Elton John has received “significant” libel damages from a British newspaper that ran a story inaccurately describing injuries to a child caused by his dog. In a February, The Sun reported that Sir Elton’s spaniel had bitten a five-year-old girl having a play date with one of his sons in 2016. The tabloid used the phrase “Freddy Krueger-like” to describe the ... Read More »

LED ZEPPELIN: Something’s Brewing

In celebration of their 50th anniversary, Led Zeppelin are reportedly launching a streaming service of their live archives. The Led Zeppelin News site, which is not affiliated with the band, reports that a “trademark filing submitted to the United States Patent and Trademark Office this week and seen by LedZepNews states that the band wants to trademark the term ‘The ... Read More »

“Who Are You” Certified Gold 40 Years Ago…

The success of Who Are You’s title track helped the album to pass half a million sales within a month of its release — and be certified gold 40 years ago today. Singer Roger Daltrey describes the ups and downs of making that album.  Who singer Roger Daltrey on “Who Are You.” OC:…he’s brilliant. :17 “A good album, it was fun to make. We ... Read More »


  KISS are scheduled to announce their next tour at the end of October, but with millions watching their appearance Wednesday night on NBC’s America’s Got Talent, why not mention it then? The One Last End of the Road Tour will start in the U.S. in January. “All that we have built and all that we have conquered over the ... Read More »