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Alter Bridge frontman Myles Kennedy will release a 12-song solo album titled Year Of The Tiger in 2018. Kennedy said in a recent interview with Metal Wani that the LP was “probably the closest thing to a full-on concept record that I’ve ever written . . . It basically tells a story from start to finish, and it documents when my father passed away when I was a kid and basically what happened after that with my mom, my brother and I — it tells that story.” Year Of The Tiger is actually the second solo album Kennedy recorded, with the singer starting a previous effort in 2009 and completing it over a period of several years.
According to Live Nation, Coldplay's A Head Full of Dreams Tour is the third-highest grossing global tour of all time. The 114-show tour, which ended this week in Buenos Aires, took in a total of $523,033,675 in ticket sales. According to Billboard Boxscore, the gross...read more
Green Day has released a video for "Back In The USA," one of two new songs included on the band's just released greatest hits collection, God's Favorite Band. The video opens with frontman Billie Joe Armstrong living in a black-and-white '50s sitcom, until a...read more