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Peter Frampton Showing Pearl Jam the Way

Los Angeles – Rocker Peter Frampton is planning to record a track with Pearl Jam for his upcoming album of instrumentals, he said on Wednesday. In an interview with former Sex Pistols guitarist Steve Jones on his Los Angeles-based radio show, Jonesy’s Jukebox, Frampton said he planned to fly up to Seattle the following day to reunite with the band. They previously met up when Pearl Jam was in Ohio last October, to play a date on the Vote for Change tour. Frampton now lives near his wife’s hometown of Cincinnati, and described himself as the only Democrat in the… Read more »


Dolly Parton and Måneskin Collab On “Jolene” For ‘Rockstar’ Bonus Track

As if Dolly Parton launching a 30-track rock album on November 17 wasn’t exciting enough, the artist recently released even more bonus tracks. Parton teamed up with Italy’s own Måneskin for a reimagining of the iconic “Jolene.” On November 19, Parton took to Instagram to post a behind-the-scenes video of the new rock version of “Jolene.” On top of working with one of music’s most legendary stars, Måneskin also shared a new music video during the holiday week for “TRASTEVERE” on November 23. The track comes from their extended album RUSH! (ARE U COMING?) and serves as the final music… Read more »


Hayley Williams Interviewed Dolly Parton For A Magazine Cover Story

Today marked a stunning Monday for pop-punk and country fans alike. For a Consequence Of Sound cover story, Paramore‘s Hayley Williams sat down with legend Dolly Parton ahead of her forthcoming album Rockstar. The “Jolene” singer is switching things up and heading for the electric guitar-laden sounds of authentic rock ‘n’ roll. Across 30 tracks, Parton is collaborating with myriad artists on cover tracks, including “I Hate Myself for Loving You” featuring Joan Jett And The Blackhearts and “Let It Be” featuring Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr with special guests Peter Frampton and Mick Fleetwood. Beyond these collabs, Parton released… Read more »


Mick Jagger To Join Bart & Company On 'The Simpsons'

Add Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger to the list of rock stars who have been Simpsons-ized. As part of the campaign to promote his latest solo album, Goddess In The Doorway, Jagger has provided his voice for a future episode of the popular animated Fox television show The Simpsons. Jagger reportedly recorded his parts last week, but the show’s producers are keeping details of his involvement under wraps for the time being. The episode is expected to air during the February or May sweeps periods. Jagger is just the latest in a long list of rockers to do their bit… Read more »


Napster Leak Makes Journey's Comeback Rock Harder

Journey guitarist Neal Schon wanted Arrival, the group’s first album in five years and its first since 1978 without frontman Steve Perry, to rock harder and shed some of the San Francisco band’s reputation for ballads. It does, Schon says, thanks to Napster. Apparently the first finished version of Arrival was leaked in its entirety to the controversial file-sharing service; Schon says it was traced back to copies a Sony executive in Europe made for some friends. “That was kind of freaky,” says the guitarist, who co-founded the band during 1973 after a short tenure in Santana. “Here we were,… Read more »

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