Randi Scott

Roger Daltrey Joins Stunned Fans at Wedding!

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Roger Daltrey squeezed in a warm-up gig before taking the stage in Glasgow with the Who on their 50th anniversary tour — but not with Pete Townshend. Instead, Daltrey sat in with a stunned wedding band, after stumbling upon the nuptials of Susan and Carl Smith at the Mar Hall resort, where he was staying in Bishopton, Scotland. “Basically we ... Read More »

Bruce Springsteen Fills For Bono at Free NYC U2 Show

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http://U2 weren’t about to let singer Bono’s cycling injuries keep them from doing a show in New York’s Times Square last night, so they called in some high-powered subs, including Bruce Springsteen. Late yesterday afternoon, the news broke that the Irish superstars would be calling in the Boss and others to help out at their free concert to commemorate World ... Read More »

Today, and Every Day, We Salute You!

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Veteran’s Day, originally called Armistice Day, is a day for recognizing those who have served in our nation’s armed forces. Today, and every day, is a good time to say thanks and show appreciation to the brave men and women who have served our country in the military. Veterans Day was originally known as Armistice Day. While the official designation ... Read More »

Did Robert Plant Turn Down A Whole Lotta Cash?

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Citing an anonymous source, UK tabloid The Mirror recently reported that Robert Plant had turned down an $800 million dollar offer from Richard Branson to reunite Led Zeppelin for a 35-show, three-city tour. “Jimmy [Page], John [Paul Jones], and Jason [Bonham] signed up immediately,” the source told The Mirror. “It was a no-brainer for them but Robert asked for 48 ... Read More »

Jimmy Page: “Led Zeppelin Was an Affair of the Heart”

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“I don’t intend to revisit the vaults for awhile,” Jimmy Page says with a smile, sitting in the opulent library of a Victorian hotel in London. The ex-Led Zeppelin guitarist, 70, has spent much of the last decade in a retrospective frenzy: collating the images for his lavish, photographic memoir, Jimmy Page, first published in a collectors’ edition in 2010 ... Read More »

These Streets Have Changed Music History… thanks Rolling Stone Magazine

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The heart of music in Memphis — and, arguably, of delta blues, jazz, R&B and gospel as we know it — was born along this three-block strip downtown. But its significance as an entertainment district stretches all the way back to the 1860s, when the street (once known as Beale Avenue) became a popular pit stop for musicians, traders and ... Read More »

Diamondback Rattlesnake in my garage on Devil’s Night!

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Last night, Devil’s Night I was welcomed by a large rattlesnake hanging out in the warmth of our garage. At first I was startled then mystified so I called Rural Metro and Chris was there within 10 minutes to locate the snake in order to return the rattler back to the desert. =) Here’s what I found out about snakes! ... Read More »