Rock n Roll TV gives ya the latest, rockinest news! This episode – Rush make new tour plans; Pearl Jam CFO accused; Beatles to blame and Muse land Olympics tune!
Rush’s Clockwork Angels has topped the album charts and guitarist Alex Lifeson announced they will bring an 8 to 10 piece string section out on tour with them. Meanwhile, Geddy Lee along with 600 other distinguished Ontario residents, received the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee commemorative medal.
The former CFO at Pearl Jam’s management Company, Curtis Management has been charged with 25 counts of first degree theft and 8 counts of second degree theft. Rickey Charles Goodrich is accused of using money from company accounts to pay debts held by himself and his wife. He is also alleged to have used band credit cards to pay for personal expenses like family vacations and wine. So how much money are we talkin’ about? Try $380,000. That’s a lot of wine dude.
The Van Halen rumor mill is alive and well! The newest gossip is that the boys might be the halftime entertainment for Super Bowl 47 next year.
Geoff Tate has started legal action in regards to his ousting from Queensryche.
The chief medical officer of Russia, Yevgeny Bryun has said that The Beatles are to blame for the country’s drug problem.
Justin Bieber told photographers to back off as he struggled to with a round of golf this week.
Paul McCartney and Blur got the top spots as performers for the London Olympics ceremonies. But Muse landed the official song for the Olympics with their tune, “Survival” written with the Olympics in mind. It will be played throughout the Olympics games including when athletes enter the stadium, in the lead up to the medal ceremony and also as the theme for all international TV coverage.
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