McGraw says he's been working on a studio album for over a year now, performing new tracks on tour and hoping to release the new album in the fall. But now he'll have to hold off on that. McGraw tells his fans, "In the spirit of the election year, I would simply say to my fans 'I'm Tim McGraw and I don't approve their message.'" Especially since the album was produced without any communication with him. Greatest Hits 3 contains all of the singer's hits since 1995, including his current single, Let It Go.
Browne asked the band if they wanted 72 hours of free studio time at his studio in L.A. Also, David Bowie asked Stevie to play on his album Let’s Dance. The band arrived in L.A. Thanksgiving weekend in 1982. They recorded eight songs the first day and two songs the next. After that, the band went back to Austin and recorded the
Mikey had never played bass before, but learned to do so specifically to be in his brother's band. When Mikey joined the band he also allowed them to use the band name "My Chemical Romance", a name he had come up with while working at a Barnes & Nobles after seeing the book "Ecstasy: Three Tales of Chemical Romance" by Irvine Welsh. Mikey had been saving that name in case he ever started a band of his
Redding spent less time with Hendrix, which resulted in Hendrix playing many of the bass parts on Electric Ladyland.  Fruitless recording sessions at Olympic in London; Olmstead and the Record Plant in New York that ended on April 9, which only produced a remake of "Stone Free" for a possible single release, were the last to feature Redding. Hendrix then flew Billy Cox to New York and started recording and rehearsing with him on April 21 as a replacement for Noel.  In a recorded interview by Nancy Carter on June 15 at his hotel in Los Angeles, Hendrix announced that he had been recording with Cox and that he would be replacing Noel as bass player in The Jimi Hendrix
This song was a meaningful and compelling statement during the height of civil rights and the Vietnam War. Jimi took some time off from planning albums to tour Europe. A week into the tour, bass player, Billy Cox got sick and was taken back to London to
Ashley Clement Professor Stephanie August 5, 2012 Research Paper Draft It’s Better To Burn Out Then Fade Away Alternative rock/grunge music was changed in the early 90’s when the infamous Kurt Cobain got together with Krist Novoselic to create the band Nirvana. “Few bands in rock history have had a more immediate and tangible impact on their contemporary pop musical landscape than Nirvana did in the early Nineties” (Rolling Stones). Nirvana’s distinct sound helped inspire many bands and artists in the 90’s and changed the history of rock forever. Although the band was only around for several years due to addiction and metal anguish the impact they had in such a short period of time is thrilling and undeniable. It all started in 1987 in Aberdeen Washington, when vocalist/guitarist Kurt Cobain and bassist Krist Novoselic got together.
2008-present: Slaughterhouse and No Love Lost  Budden reached out to Crooked I, Royce da 5'9", Joell Ortiz and Nino Bless for a track titled "Slaughterhouse" on one of his Amalgam Digital releases, Halfway House.  Based on the reception of the track, they decided to form a group, minus Nino Bless, and named it after the first song they made together.  Budden released his second alum titled "Padded Room" on February 24, 2009, and debuted at number 42 on the Billboard 200. The group released numerous songs throughout early 2009, leading up to their self-titled album Slaughterhouse, which was released through E1 on August 11, 2009.  The album features production from The Alchemist, DJ Khalil, Mr. Porter, Streetrunner, plus guest appearances from Pharoahe Monch, K. Young, The New Royales, and many others.
Tim Lambesis was born in October 20th 1980; he grew up in San Diego California. Tim has 3 brothers; he was born in Scottsdale Arizona and moved to San Diego California when he was seven. He is now married and has a young son he adopted. He has done a few side projects in the making of his world touring band. Such as, his solo side project, Austrian Death Machine as he performs every instrument in every one of his songs.
Kevin had originally created and started up the Warped Tour in 1994, after being a part of the Lollapalooza festival for the previous three years. The first tour consisted of just a handful of his favorite Ska and Punk bands that grouped up on a few buses and began to tour. It was after this first year that Lyman began to rethink his touring concept, until the summer of ’95 where Vans Shoe Company approached him with the idea of a skating concert festival, hence the name “Van’s Warped Tour.” Lyman jumped at the opportunity to combine this idea with his own tour. This was the birth of the longest-running annual tour in North America. The crowds were nearly twice as large in 1996 than his original tour thanks to the sponsorship of Vans.
He learned from artist like B.B King and Buddy Holly. Jimmy was virtually a self- taut guitar player. After a short time in the army he returned to the states to pursue his music career. For several years he played in side acts behind several famous artist. Hendrix later left to England to play in his own band called the Jimmy Hendrix Experience.