Queen Reveal Freddie Mercury's Version Of 'Love Kills'

Queen have unveiled a ballad version of the Freddie Mercury single "Love Kills" to promote their upcoming album Queen Forever. The compilation features three previously unreleased tracks including the Michael Jackson collaboration "There Must Be More Than This." "More Than This" was recorded in 1983 in L.A. where Freddie Mercury and Jackson sang the tune.

Trixter Guitarist Steve Brown Plays First Stand-In Show With Def Leppard

Trixter guitarist Steve Brown has played his first show as a stand-in with Def Leppard. Brown, who has previously played with Def Leppard's Phil Collen, is filling the shoes of Vivian Campbell, who is currently undergoing stem-cell treatment for Hodgkin's lymphoma.

Phil Collins Reveals Recent Alcohol Abuse Battle

Phil Collins recently opened up on his struggle with alcohol after his career ended and his ex-wife took his kids. Speaking with the Daily Mail, Phil said that there was a void in his life he tried to fill with booze. "And, really, retiring - well, not working - and not having the kids, I guess left a big void," he began.

John Fogerty Announces 1969 World Tour

John Fogerty has announced his upcoming 1969 world tour set to begin November 7 at St. John's, Newfoundland's Mile One Stadium. The former Creedence Clearwater Revival fronter announced the tour as a tribute to the three classic albums CCR put out in 1969: Bayou Country, Green River and Willy and the Poor Boys.

U2 Unveils Songs Of Innocence Album Cover

U2 have revealed the album art for their latest record, Songs of Innocence. The LP cover features a black and white photo of drummer Larry Mullen Jr. as he embraces the torso of a young man, who has now been revealed to be Mullen's 18-year-old son.

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