Motocross star Robbie “Maddo” Maddison had a dream of someday combining motocross and surfing, and in this breathtaking video, he’s done it.
The Faces will finally reunite — at least for one show.
Rod Stewart, Ronnie Wood and Kenney Jones will come together on September 5th at Kenney’s Hurtwood Park Polo Club in Surrey, England for Rock ‘n’ Horsepower 2, a benefit for Prostate Cancer UK. Kenney was diagnosed with the disease in 2013.This will be the first Faces show with Stewart in almost 40 years.
Ann Wilson has offered up a taste of The Ann Wilson Thing, which is the title of the EP she will release in August. She posted on YouTube the lyric video to a bluesy number called “Fool No More,” for which she wrote the words.
Valerie Harper is hospitalized in Maine. According to Entertainment Tonight, the sitcom icon suffered a health emergency backstage at the Ogunquit Playhouse, where she’s been appearing in the musical Nice Work If You Can Get It.
Rick Springfield says Meryl Streep was “really brave” in learning to master the electric guitar and play a credible musician in the movie ‘Ricki and the Flash.’
Joe Walsh has announced a 15-city solo fall tour. Walsh, who’s been wrapped up with Eagles duties over the past couple of years, will be hitting theater-sized venues backed by a band featuring longtime collaborator and Barnstorm member, keyboardist and drummer Joe Vitale.
When the Detroit Lions host this team in October, the first female coach in NFL history will be on the sideline.
Graham Nash is receiving raves for his current solo tour, which features him and longtime Crosby, Stills, & Nash guitarist Shane Fontayne going it alone on stage.
Don Henley has made available advances of a couple of songs from his upcoming fifth solo album, Cass County.
Paul McCartney’s ex-wife Heather Mills continues to throw digs at the former Beatle. Earlier this year, shortly after McCartney’s hit collaborations with Kanye West and Rihanna, she accused of him of jumping on the stars’ bandwagons so that people know who he is.