94XPOSED MONDAY MAY 30TH
Tom Morello - 47 - Guitarist for Rage Against The Machine, Audioslave, Streetsweeper Social Club, and the Nightwatchmen)
AUDIOSLAVE - BE YOURSELF
Iron Maiden's new "best of" collection, "From Fear To Eternity: The Best Of 1990-2010" is a double-CD set spanning twenty years and will be released June 6 (UK, June 7 in US). A special two-track promo-only CD single is being made available featuring "The Wicker Man," which was a UK Top Ten hit that originally appeared on the 2000 album "Brave New World," and "The Reincarnation Of Benjamin Breeg," which was the lead track from 2006′s "A Matter Of Life And Death" album. Both tracks are now available for free download until June 22, with sign-up at Maiden's facebook page.
The recent KISS Live & Global chat event set a Guinness World Record. The web chat on May 20 featured KISS founders Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley chatting with fans from around the world. The event set a record for "Most Nationalities in an Online Chat" – with people from 92 different countries speaking to the KISS guys in more than 50 languages. "I'm thrilled to be a part of a Guinness World Record, especially one that brings together so many people from around the world," Stanley said. "It was thrilling to be able to understand the comments from so many nationalities, and be able to conduct translated conversations in real-time." Kiss hit the CN Centre for a sold out show here in PG on June 29th! Keep it locked to the X closer to the concert date to win your way in!!
KISS - DOMINO
An exhibition featuring rare AC/DC memorabilia will take place in Kirriemuir, Scotland this summer, heralding what will be something of a double celebration. Thecourier.uk reports the exhibition will take place at the Gateway To The Glens Museum starting July 9 — which would have been the 65th birthday of lead singer Bon Scott, one of the town's most famous sons. Museum staff expect visitors from around the globe to come to Angus during what is also the museum's 10th anniversary. On display will be one of Bon Scott's jackets, which was donated by a private collector and which has never before been publicly shown. Bon Scott was born Ronald Belford Scott in Forfar in 1946 and lived in Kirriemuir until the age of six, when his family moved to Australia. Scott joined AC/DC in 1974 and had just completed the hugely successful Highway To Hell tour when he died in 1980 at the age of 33.
1994 – Neil Young announced that he would never play “Hey Hey, My My (Out Of The Blue) after hearing that Kurt Cobain quoted the lyrics in his suicide note. After that incident Neil Young became enamoured with the Grunge Rock scene and took a young band under his arm. We know that band as Pearl Jam!
NEIL YOUNG - ROCKIN IN THE FREE WORLD