Bret Michaels still not out of the woods, band forced to cancel/postpone Albany New York show. Update From Pete Evick On Bret’s Condition & Today’s Show In Albany, NY – Team Bret Facebook — I’m sorry to ...Read More »
Rumors confirmed. Jake E Lee and Red Dragon Cartel have cancelled more US shows. On the chopping block this week are Detroit and Chicago.
Jake E Lee & Red Dragon Cartel rumored to be cancelling more US shows. Rumourville — Inside sources have informed Metal Sludge that Jake E Lee and his Red Dragon Cartel have cancelled yet another show. The ...Read More »
Update: Doctors have listed a half-dozen reasons including ‘insulin shock’ as to why Poison singer Bret Michaels was rushed to ER and hospitalized overnite.
Bret Michaels hospitalized overnight at CMC Hospital in New Hampshire due to complications involving insulin shock, forced to cancel show tonight in Pennsylvania. We just received the following update below on Bret Michaels regarding his condition as first ...Read More »
Black Star Riders announce new bassist Robbie Crane (Ex. Ratt, Vince Neil Band, Lynch Mob) to replace Marco Mendoza.
Black Star Riders announce new bassist Robbie Crane to replace founding member Marco Mendoza Los Angeles — Black Star Riders announce the departure of bass player Marco Mendoza after the band’s current US tour, ending June 22nd and ...Read More »
BREAKING NEWS: Bret Michaels has medical emergency during New Hampshire concert and rushed to local hospital.
Bret Michaels has medical emergency and is forced to cancel show, paramedics take Poison frontman to local hospital. Update: Pete Evick has informed us that Bret Michaels is currently being transported to a local Manchester New Hampshire hospital. ...Read More »
KING OF THE NIGHT-TIME WORLD: Locals weigh in on the tragic death of rock-industry icon Kenny Kerner, who produced KISS’ first two records but was equally passionate about helping young Los Angeles bands get a start.
KING OF THE NIGHT-TIME WORLD: Locals weigh in on the tragic death of rock-industry icon Kenny Kerner, who produced KISS’ first two records but was equally passionate about helping young Los Angeles bands get a start By Gerry Gittelson ...Read More »