Image Courtesy of Art GarfunkelIt's been more than 40 years since famed folk-rock duo Simon & Garfunkel broke up, but Art Garfunkel apparently still remains troubled by childhood friend and longtime collaborator Paul Simon's decision to end their creative partnership. In an interview with U.K. newspaper The Telegraph, Garfunkel admitted that he would gladly reunite with Simon for another tour, then directed some pointed comments toward Simon that seemingly displayed his continued bi
Kevin Mazur/Getty ImagesAfter playing an initmate warmup gig on Wednesday at the Fonda Theatre in Los Angeles, The Rolling Stones officially kicked off their Zip Code tour of North America on Sunday night at Petco Park in San Diego.The band played a 20-song set, opening with "Jumpin' Jack Flash." A minute-long video of highlights from the show opener has been posted to the band's YouTube channel.Although The Stones didn't play the entirely of Sticky Fingers, as they did at the surprise L.
Image Courtesy of Webster PRPat Benatar and her guitarist/husband, Neil Giraldo, have a busy year planned, with dozens of North American dates lined up as part of their ongoing 35th Anniversary Tour. But the rocking couple took a little time off to chat with famed newsman Dan Rather for an upcoming episode of his AXS TV show The Big Interview.In the hour-long program, which debuts on July 21, Benatar and Giraldo, who have been married since 1981, open up about their long musical and
Photo: Guy WebsterAXS TV will celebrate the Memorial Day weekend by offering up an evening of programming this Sunday, May 24, that focuses on "America's band, The Beach Boys. The marathon will includes the network's premiere screening of Brian Wilson and Friends: Live from the Venetian, a recent concert special filmed this past December in Las Vegas that showcased songs from the Beach Boys mastermind's new solo album, No Pier Pressure, plus classics from his old band.The program, which
Credit: Olaf HeineFor a split second, the members of U2 thought that the first show of their enormous iNNOCENCE + eXPERIENCE tour might be their last when guitarist The Edge fell off the stage. In an interview with CBS Sunday Morning, the members of U2 discuss the incident, which luckily did not seriously injure The Edge."It was a moment of reverie where I just completely lost track of where I was on the stage," says The Edge in the interview. "Out of the corner of my eye I could