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Friday, 21 November 2003 ,  Written by AVRev.com
ArrowFM.com, the website for Infinity’s Los Angeles based Classic Rock station, is reporting unconfirmed rumors that have been recently been circulating among Hollywood record executives that Sammy Hagar has been in contact with Eddie and Alex Van Halen about reuniting the band. Van Halen has been laying low since their disastrous album release entitled Van Halen III featuring their third frontman, Gary Cherone. Sources inside the music business in Hollywood tell AudioRevolution.com that in the time since Van Halen ended its 25 year relationship with Warner Brothers Records that they had been working on a full studio album with their original front man, Diamond David Lee Roth. This source tells AudioRevolution.com that he has heard many the tracks which Roth was doing the vocals for in Pasadena while the band recorded at their 5150 studios. That album has never been released and rumors of a VH reunion with Roth have quieted.
Friday, 14 November 2003 ,  Written by AVRev.com
ArrowFM.com is reporting a rumor circulating around Hollywood that classic rock icons, The Eagles will soon be playing a special benefit for Democratic presidential candidate, Wesley Clark. The show is reportedly to be held at the Hard Rock Hotel in Vegas. The Eagles and especially frontman Don Henley have never made their towards-the-left political beliefs a secret. Now they might be putting their musical talents to work to raise money to support retired general Wesley Clark and possibly more importantly ouster incumbent president George Bush. Adding further credence to the Eagles show in Vegas rumor is the fact that many music industry bigwigs, including Hard Rock founder, Peter Morton will be hosting a $500 per plate fund raiser at Morton’s chic West Hollywood restaurant this weekend.
Tuesday, 13 May 2003 ,  Written by AVRev.com
Lollapalooza returns with a new 2003 North American tour featuring a lineup of some of music's most vital artists, a fully interactive event with a wealth of new sights, sounds and experiences, and its dedication to diversity and spectacle more pronounced than ever. The 2003 tour kicks off on July 3rd in Grand Rapids, Michigan. A full list of confirmed tour dates are listed below. Lollapalooza was founded in 1991 by Jane's Addiction frontman Perry Farrell. It has exposed millions of people to new musical artists, cultural trends, lifestyle alternatives and political points of view over its seven outings. The Lollapalooza 2003 mainstage features original founder Jane's Addiction, claiming its headlining slot, with Perry Farrell, guitarist Dave Navarro and drummer Stephen Perkins joined by new bassist Chris Chaney previewing new material live and from their upcoming new album, Hypersonic, to be released on Capitol Records on July 22nd. The remaining main stage lineup includes Audio Slave, ...
Monday, 24 February 2003 ,  Written by AVRev.com
The sultry jazz sound of newcomer Norah Jones seduced the music industry on its biggest night, beating out crowd favorite Bruce Springsteen as the Grammy Awards returned to his home turf. Jones earned five Grammys on Sunday, including album and record of the year, and her disc was responsible for eight trophies overall. A disc she thought would appeal only to jazz purists has sold more than 6 million copies worldwide and has become the talk of the music business. "I feel really blessed and really lucky to have had the year I had," said the 23-year-old, who was raised in Texas. Springsteen's tribute to the Sept. 11 terror victims, "The Rising," and the homespun sound of the Dixie Chicks won three awards each.
Friday, 21 February 2003 ,  Written by Jessica Amen
A Great White concert last night at a small music venue in Rhode Island ended in a tragic fire that has so far killed 85 people and left 168 people injured. Great White entered the stage in a show of pyrotechnics as the crowd cheered. The pyrotechnics ended but the flames remained and quickly spread to the egg crate foam lining the walls of the stage. Many fans, not realizing that the flames were part of a real fire and not a continuation of the pyrotechnics show, remained to watch the band. However, once the flames spread throughout the club there was a mad rush for the exit.
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