Hollywood Vampires have gone beyond the covers and delivered a kick-ass album with their earMUSIC-released Rise. Supergroups have a habit of falling flat and not living up to the standards expected from individual members, but these Vampires have proved that there are exceptions!
Hollywood Vampires, the rock supergroup featuring Alice Cooper, Joe Perry, and Johnny Depp, brought a star-studded affair to the Greek Theatre in Los Angeles on May 11th.
Released on March 1st, 1974, via Columbia Records, Aerosmith’s sophomore set, Get Your Wings, has withstood the test of time quite nicely since its initial release 45 years ago this week — still standing tall among some of rock’s greatest records.
Rock supergroup Hollywood Vampires made their UK debut last week as Alice Cooper, Joe Perry and Johnny Depp rocked out with thousands of fans across the UK.
Fronted by Alice Cooper, movie superstar Johnny Depp, and Aerosmith guitar legend Joe Perry, Hollywood Vampires hit Casino Rama before heading overseas for the summer festival season.
Last year, Shep Gordon was honored at the 13th Annual Hamptons Happening in New York, as benefiting the Samuel Waxman Cancer Research Foundation. In advance, Gordon answered a few questions via e-mail.
The concert performances included are top-notch and showcase everyone in fine-form. Truly a must-watch for anyone interested in rock guitar.
This DVD captures one of America’s biggest rock bands in all their glory in front of a packed crowd at Donington Park, England. Read our review here.
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Aerosmith guitarist Joe Perry has become a best-selling author, and for anyone who doesn’t know about his backstory, Perry, just like his band mates, lived—or survived—a life of rock and roll excess. The well-publicized revival of Aerosmith in the mid-’80s painted a picture of a band that rose from the ashes. Perry’s book, ‘Rocks: My Life in and out of Aerosmith,’ entered at #8 on the New York Times Best Sellers list. While it’s likely that Perry’s popularity as a rock star has had an impact on book sales, his intriguing memoir is a must-read for anyone, but particularly those fans who have followed the band for decades.