Odd Future leader and Bieber pal Tyler, the Creator admitted to driving the pop star’s car when it was spotted and subsequently tailed by former NFL star Johnson last Monday.
When Olly Murs performs live, he barely has to sing. His fans are ready to do it for him. Not that he minds one bit, since it just gives him more time to flirt.
Scott Ian is no stranger to the GRAMMY Awards. His band Anthrax have been nominated three times in the Best Hard Rock/Metal Performance category since its introduction in 1990. This year they’ve garnered their fourth, nod for the song “I’m Alive,” from the band’s excellent 2011 album Worship Music.
While Muse is truly an arena band with their larger-than-life sound, they are also a bunch of down-to-earth dudes who schedule their days and recording sessions around their family on both sides of pond.
Rock ‘n roll workaholic Dave Grohl’s latest project is his new documentary Sound City, which tells the story of the storied L.A. recording studio of the same name. The project has brought him together with a long list of rock stars, both for interviews in the film and music-making for its soundtrack. And one of them happens to be a Beatle.
Jane’s Addiction guitarist Dave Navarro is packing up his tattoos and guyliner for a two-show guest spot on wildly popular cable motorcycle drama “Sons of Anarchy.”
“We’re starting to rehearse…which is really exciting and hard but hilarious at the same time. I’ve been doing the set and — Tony calls it Jazzercising,” Stefani laughs.
Green Day surprised fans by playing a small club in Los Angeles Monday night, treating nearly 700 die-hards to a whopping 24 songs.
The 62-year-old rocker documented a car accident he was involved in yesterday (July 31) afternoon via his Twitter account.
After police pulled over Bieber and cited him for driving more than 65 mph, the paparazzi continued to pursue the 18-year-old pop star. That’s when he decided to call 911 himself and get some additional back up.