Foo Fighters joined on stage by Chad Smith

Foo Fighters invited Red Hot Chili Peppers drummer Chad Smith onstage Wednesday night at their show in New York.

The band played a gig at Citi Field in Queens, delivering various covers over the course of the evening: including Queen and David Bowie’s ‘Under Pressure’, Tom Petty’s ‘Breakdown’ and The Police’s ‘Next To Me’.

During the group’s encore, they invited Smith onstage to play drums for a rendition of The Faces’ ‘Stay With Me’, which originally featured lead vocals from Rod Stewart.


In a recent interview with Opie Radio, Corey Taylor’s viral video telling Kanye West like it is got brought up. You can hear all of his comments in the video below, but basically, Corey Taylor is annoyed that it took a video of him bashing Kanye to get him attention.

Hear his comments for yourself. The video is brought up around 3:26.

AC/DC’s Phil Rudd Dodges Jailtime


A New Zealand judge sentenced AC/DC drummer Phil Rudd to eight months of home detention after he pleaded guilty to threatening to kill a man who used to work for him, along with possession of methamphetamine and marijuana.

The 61-year-old drummer had faced up to seven years in prison because he’d offered large amounts of cash, vehicles and a house to an associate after asking him to have the victim “taken out.”


Dave Grohl Covers Neil Young With Ex Pearl Jam, Blind Melon Members

Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl performed with original Pearl Jam drummer Dave Krusen and Blind Melon guitarist Christopher Thorn at a motorcycle rally in Washington D.C. over the weekend.

The group played covers of The Rolling Stones song, “Bitch” and Neil Young’s “Cinnamon Girl.”

Grohl sat in a folding chair with his broken leg propped up on another chair.

The Foo Fighters are currently on their North American tour which runs through October.

Corey Taylor Has a Message For Kanye West


Slipknot’s frontman, Corey Taylor, slammed rapper Kanye West for claiming to be “the greatest living rock star on the planet.”

Corey Taylor recorded a video message to Kanye during a visit to New York and said, “Kanye, you are not the greatest living rock star of all time. The fact that you had to tell people that kind of says it all. You remind me of the guy who brags about
p-ssy. They never get as much as they brag about. Stop it. Stop it!”


Journey Drummer High on Meth When Arrested


Photo: Marion County Sheriff’s office

According to his attorney, Journey drummer Deen Castronovo was high on an overdose of methamphetamine at the time of his June 14 arrest on charges that he assaulted a woman. He ended up in the hospital.

During last week’s bail hearing, the Deputy District Attorney said that Castronovo threw the woman into a wall 14 times, pulled her hair and forced her to have sex with him.

After being released on bail on June 15, Castronovo called the victim 35 times and sent her 122 text messages, despite being under a court order to have no contact with her.

As the details were being read, Castronovo “talked to himself and sometimes looked toward the ceiling. He appeared weary and took deep breaths and seemed to shake. At one point Castronovo wobbled and nearly fell over. Three deputies helped him to sit in a chair as he closed his eyes.”

His attorney brought Deen’s ex-wives into court who testified that he had never assaulted them in any way.

Def Leppard’s Phil Collen: Spotify as Bad as Napster

Def Leppard guitarist Phil Collen says that music streaming service Spotify is an exploitative enterprise which is just as bad as Napster.

Def Leppard music isn’t available on Spotify or other streaming services. Phil loves what Taylor Swift has done and says he has a friend who is a songwriter, and has had song that got over a million plays on Spotify and he only received $18-$19.


Bruce Dickinson Had Golf Ball Sized Tumor

Iron Maiden’s frontman Bruce Dickinson says he is recovering after his treatment for tumors on his tongue and expects to be singing again soon.

When he was asked how big the tumor was, Dickinson said: “I had two, actually. One was three and a half centimeters — the size of a golf ball. And the other one was two and a half centimeters, and getting a bit bigger.And that was the only symptom — I had a lump in my neck, and that was the second one. So I went to the doc, and they went, ‘Oh, that’s a bit weird.’ [They] took a scan of it, had a look, had a poke around, and went, ‘You have head and neck cancer.’ So I went, ‘That’s a bit of a blow’ But you get on with it. You crack on and you get on with it. So… that was it.”