Mark Mayfield

People Were Pissed.

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U2: Bono Apologizes for iTunes Giveaway He says he’s sorry while answering fans questions during a Facebook chat. Bono has apologized for the iTunes giveaway of U2’s Songs of Innocence. The band answered questions submitted via Facebook in a new video posted on their page, and one fan asked, “Can you please never release an album on iTunes that automatically ... Read More »

Feud Continues…


NEIL YOUNG: Long May He Stew He explains further why he is upset with David Crosby. Neil Young certainly wasn’t joking last week when he said on stage on Philadelphia that he’ll never tour again with Crosby, Stills and Nash. In New York on Tuesday to plug his latest book, Special Deluxe: A Memoir of Life & Cars, he said, ... Read More »



OZZY OSBOURNE: New Festival for Mexico The Ozzfiesta is an all-inclusive fest May 27th through the 31st at the Hard Rock Hotel in Riviera Maya. Ozzy Osbourne will headline a new all-inclusive festival in Mexico. The Ozzfiesta will take place May 27th through the 31st at the Hard Rock Hotel in Riviera Maya. It features a closing night performance from ... Read More »

Dreamweaver Speaks!


GARY WRIGHT: The Dream Weaver Publishes His Memoir The musical and spiritual journey of the singer-keyboardist best known for “Dream Weaver” and “Love is Alive.” Gary Wright is the latest classic rocker to pen his autobiography — and he didn’t use a co-writer. The newly published Dream Weaver: Music, Meditation and My Friendship with George Harrison is all his. He’s ... Read More »

Party Info+New Cd.

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SAMMY HAGAR: Boasting About His Bash He has posted a video raving about his rescheduled Birthday Bash. Sammy Hagar, who celebrates his 67th birthday today (Monday), continues to plug his rescheduled Birthday Bash, which was moved from his Cabo Wabo Cantina in Mexico to Las Vegas this Saturday following the devastation in Cabo San Lucas last month from Hurricane Odile. ... Read More »

Legacy Of War.

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BRYAN ADAMS: On Display An exhibit of his photos opens in London next month. Wounded: The Legacy of War, the photography book Bryan Adams published last November, will be the focus of an exhibit starting this November. Images from the book will go on display at Somerset House in London from November 12th through January 25th. Adams says taking the ... Read More »

New Album+Tour.

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BOB SEGER: Hop on For the Ride Out He releases his 17th studio album today (Tuesday), Ride Out. Bob Seger is back today (Tuesday) with his first album of new material in eight years as he releases Ride Out, his first since Face the Promise in 2006. He tells us he hopes his fans realize he “worked really hard” on ... Read More »

New Cd Today.

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U2: Riding the Wave     Bono and company are making the promotional rounds in support of their new album, in stores today. Although more than 80-million people reportedly downloaded U2‘s latest album, Songs of Innocence, for free last month on iTunes, the band is taking no chances in making sure millions more hear it. Bono and The Edge have ... Read More »



IN OTHER NEWS Aerosmith, Ringo, Sting and more. Sting and the cast of his Broadway musical, The Last Ship, will be on The Tonight Show Thursday. Steven Tyler has a new manager, having signed with Larry Rudolph — who guides the careers of Britney Spears and Miley Cyrus. Aerosmith‘s Tom Hamilton went to see Ringo Starr and His All-Starr Band ... Read More »

New Single And Compilation.


DAVID BOWIE: New Song Unveiled “Sue (Or In a Season of Crime)” premiered on Britain’s BBC 6 Sunday. “Sue (Or In a Season of Crime),” the one newly recorded track from David Bowie‘s upcoming career-spanning compilation Nothing Has Changed, had its world premiere on Britain’s BBC 6 on Sunday. The seven-minute cut features the Thin White Duke accompanied by a ... Read More »