PRINCE Was Almost Sued Over A Rental Agreement Gone Wrong With NBA Player
Back in the mid 2000’s musician PRINCE would rent a house from NBA star CARLOS BOOZER to work on his “3121” album. BOOZER was of course a huge PRINCE fan, but was stunned at the changes the musician made to his house a few weeks after they signed the rental agreement. Today we’ll take a look at the hilarious changes that happened and how it almost resulted in a lawsuit.
SLASH Reveals How He Came Up With GUNS N’ ROSES Logo
In a newly surfaced interview on YouTube, GUNS N’ ROSES guitarist SLASH revealed how he came up with the band’s iconic logo. Check it out below!
The Story of MOTLEY CRUE’s “Too Fast For Love”
Today we take a look at MOTLEY CRUE’s album “Too Fast for Love.” We can finally talk about a time when singer VINCE NEIL was in proper shape and sounded great. Earlier this week VINCE NEIL was caught on CAMEO slurring his words and looking out of shape months ahead of the band’s upcoming tour with POISON, DEF LEPPARD and JOAN JETT.
JAMES HETFIELD Of METALLICA Delays His Return
It was revealed late last year that JAMES HETFIELD of METALLICA would be returning to rehab to deal with substance abuse issues. Following his stint in rehab he made his first public appearance several weeks ago at a car museum in Los Angeles. At that time he gave a surprising answer to the next METALLICA album and it was expected that METALLICA’s first gig back with JAMES HETFIELD was scheduled to take place in the band’s hometown of San Francisco on March 28th as part of their charity show for the All Within My Hands Foundation. It turns out the gig has now been postponed to September 12th of this year. METALLICA released an explanation today claiming they:
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may have been a little to ambitious….in terms of getting our stuff together and giving you an experience that matches or surpasses the first event held in November of 2018.
2018’s All Within My Hands benefit show was recorded and later released by METALLICA on vinyl. All the proceeds from the release went to charity. METALLICA’s full statement on the rescheduled show can be read below!
Time to update the calendar as the second installment of the All Within My Hands Helping Hands Concert has been rescheduled for September 12, 2020, still at the Masonic in San Francisco. A few of you may recall that in September as we were riding high on all the positive vibes that came out of the two S&M² shows, we were excited to announce that we had set aside March 28th to celebrate AWMH with all of you again. However, we may have been a little too ambitious with that date in terms of getting our stuff together and giving you an experience that matches or surpasses the first event held in November of 2018.
We apologize for the inconvenience that this change may cause and thank you for all the support and love that you’ve given All Within My Hands. We’ve had some incredible accomplishments in the last two years, including the launch of the innovative Metallica Scholars program (more on year two here) and are excited to share all the details—and a kick-ass show—with you later this year.
More information and ticketing details coming very soon.
JAMES HETFIELD will make his return to METALLICA this April as the band will play six dates across South America followed by US shows across several American festivals. You can see METALLICA’s tour dates here and buy tickets at this location.