Nick Mason Still Disappointed Pink Floyd's Not On Tour

Nick Mason is still expressing his disappointment in the fact that Pink Floyd is not on tour. The drummer has remained with the band since their inception through the eras of Syd Barrett, Roger Waters and David Gilmour taking part in the group. After the group released their last album, The Endless River, Mason was hoping they would tour.

Gene Simmons And WWE Teaming Up To Produce Horror Movies

KISS bassist Gene Simmons and WWE Studios have partnered up to produce a batch of horror films. The team have formed their own production company called Erebus Pictures that will finance and produce "elevated horror movies," according to a press release. Three films are already in the works for Erebus Pictures.

Dave Grohl Sends VIP Foo Fighters Tickets To Dying Fan

Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl made one of his dying fan's wishes come true after giving him VIP tickets to one of their shows. The singer invited fan Ken Powell out to Los Angeles to come see the band perform. Fourteen years ago Powell was diagnosed with melanoma and in 2009 his illness was classified as terminal.

Smashing Pumpkins Future Is 'Murky' Says Billy Corgan

Smashing Pumpkins frontman Billy Corgan says that the future of the band is "murky." "The future of the Smashing Pumpkins is kinda murky. I've only committed to the idea of The Smashing Pumpkins through, pretty much, to the end of this year. After that I'm gonna see how it goes," Corgan told Peru's Radio Oasis.

Axl Rose Once Confronted Beastie Boys For 'Ripping Off Led Zeppelin'

Adam Horowitz, better known as Ad-Rock of the Beastie Boys, recalls a time when Axl Rose hit him with a wild accusation. "You know, we're drinkin,' it's this huge house up in the hills somewhere - and everybody's there and I'm gettin' drunk, and it's like, next thing I know, I turn, I'm on the dance floor, and George Michael's just standing next to me," Horovitz said.

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