If you're a Led Hed and a Heart fan then this is for you.
Jason Bonham's Led Zeppelin Experience and Heart are teaming up this summer for the Heartbreaker tour.
During the tour, Jason Bonham's Led Zeppelin Experience will begin each night with Jason's tribute to the music of his late father John "Bonzo" Bonham's band: Led Zeppelin.
Heart will then take the stage for their full set and then each night will be capped off with a Led Zeppelin finale jam that will feature both bands with Anne Wilson on lead vocals.
Jason says that the idea for the join tour came from his and Heart's tribute to Led Zeppelin at the Kennedy Center Honors last year and also said that he's really looking forward in joining them in a Zep-a-thon closing the show.
Jason Bonham's Led Zeppelin Experience have also announced five additional summer dates that will be not part of the tour.
The Heartbreaker L.A. Tour Dates:
Aug 22nd & 23rd - Greek Theatre
If you've ever wanted to see John Fogerty play a very special show in a small venue, here's your chance.
To mark the release of his new album "Wrote A Song For Everyone", John will perform a very special one night only album release and birthday bash concert on the same night at the El Rey in L.A.
A limited amount of pre sale tickets for this show is available now to members of John's fan club at his website.
The show, which starts at 8:30 PM, will be filmed and broadcast live on AXS TV.
"Wrote A Song For Everyone" Track Listing:
1. Fortunate Son (with Foo Fighters)
2. Almost Saturday Night (with Keith Urban)
3. Lodi (with Shane Fogerty and Tyler Fogerty)
4. Mystic Highway (John Fogerty solo)
5. Wrote a Song for Everyone (with Miranda Lambert feat. Tom Morello)
6. Bad Moon Rising (with Zac Brown Band)
7. Long As I Can See the Light (with My Morning Jacket)
8. Born on the Bayou (with Kid Rock)
9. Train of Fools (John Fogerty solo)
10. Someday Never Comes (with Dawes)
11. Who'll Stop the Rain (with Bob Seger)
12. Hot Rod Heart (with Brad Paisley)
13. Have You Ever Seen the Rain (with Alan Jackson)
14. Proud Mary (with Jennifer Hudson feat. Allen Toussaint and the Rebirth Brass Band)
Aerosmith's long and sometimes dramatic career in Rock n Roll has been a story of one disaster after another.
Throughout their history the band has almost been torn apart numerous time over rampant drug and alcohol abuse and the seemingly never ending squabbles between the Toxic Twins, Steven Tyler and Joe Perry.
So it's only fitting that Aerosmith's latest concert film is based around dramatic turmoil, not from within their band but from the environment around them.
Aerosmith's visit to Japan in the aftermath of the catastrophic earthquake and tsunami of March 11, 2011 will be the backdrop in a new concert film DVD.
They visited Japan six months after the earthquake and tsunami devastated the island nation and "Rock for The Rising Sun" features footage of Aerosmith's performance in concert in Japan as well as footage of the Japanese people dealing with the natural disasters that rocked their nation.
The band's longtime collaborator Casey Patrick Tebo directed the new concert film and did not intend to make a documentary but once he returned home and saw the footage, he decided to the make the film without the band's knowledge.
Usually something that involves Aerosmith without the knowledge of Steven or Joe results in major drama.
But on the contrary, when Tebo showed them the final edited film at a LA Theater that he rented, the band loved it so much that Steven Tyler even cried, while Joe Perry gave him a hug.
Look for "Rock For The Rising Sun" to be released in June 2014.
Finally after months of anticipation, the Steve Miller Band will be rockin' out at the Fox Theater Sunday night.
This is a pretty big deal because the last time the Steve Miller Band were here in Bako they played a sold out show, with Joe Cocker as opener, at the Rabaobank Arena.
But this time around it's the Steve Miller Band at the much smaller venue of the Fox.
As far as I know there is no opener, so be sure and get there on time so you don't miss any of the show.
Show time is 8pm.
The concert is almost sold out, but there are still some decent seats left in the Upper Balcony area.
Just hit Vallitix.com and get them while they last.
And congrats to all of our loyal Fox Rockers who won Steve Miller Band concert tickets.
See ya there!
The great Blues Legend Muddy Waters once sang the song "The Blues Had A Baby And They Named It Rock n Roll."
And the most famous Blues Man ever could be called the Godfather of Rock n Roll.
So what's The King of The Blues been up to lately?
Well after living the Blues for 87 years, B.B. King is still active on the touring circuit with dozens of summer North American shows lined up.
And now after influencing countless Rock Stars from the '60's to today, Mr. King is finally going to get his due on the silver screen.
A long list of Rock Stars have signed on to appear in a new documentary about the legendary Bluesman.
Expect to see Mick Jagger, Eric Clapton, Slash, Keith Richards, Ron Wood, Ringo Starr and Bono all pop up in the film with actor Morgan Freeman as narrator.
Other musicians set to be featured in the movie include Buddy Guy, Carlos Santana, Bonnie Raitt, Dr. John, Leon Russell, Mick Hucknall of Simply Red, Bill Wyman and the late John Lennon.
"B.B. King: The Life of Riley" will premiere in North America on June 14 at the NXNE Film Festival in Toronto, Canada.