Preview Of Aerosmith's Boston Marathon Tribute Goes Up Online

ESPN and Aerosmith plan on helping commemorate the 2014 Boston Marathon, one year after explosive devices were set off killing and maiming several people. ESPN will air Dream On: Stories of Boston's Strongest on Saturday at 4 PM EST, featuring a performance of Aerosmith's hit "Dream On." The group will get help on the cut from the Southern California Children's Chorus.

Butch Vig Says New Foo Fighters Album Coming Soon

Butch Vig has opened up about his work on the new Foo Fighters album, saying that Dave Grohl and company are "almost halfway done." Speaking with Rolling Stone the producer claimed that the album could have a very different feel to Foo's albums of the past.

Jon Bon Jovi Wants To Buy The Buffalo Bills

Jon Bon Jovi has not given up in his pursuit of purchasing the Buffalo Bills franchise. Jon's rep, speaking with Sun Media, says that the New Jersey rocker "remains passionate in his pursuit of an NFL franchise." Several sources say that Jon wants to move the franchise to Toronto, North America's second largest market without an NFL team, after Los Angeles.

Kickstarter Campaign Launched To Save Historic Recording Console

A new crowdsourcing campaign has been launched in an attempt to save the recording console that was used to record Pearl Jam's Ten and Soundgarden's Louder Than Love. The console is housed at London Bridge Studios in Seattle and the studio's own Eric Lilavois spoke on the Neve brand desk with Rolling Stone.

Ace Frehley Criticizes Paul Stanley's Hall Of Fame Induction Speech

Ace Frehley is criticizing former KISS bandmate Paul Stanley for comment he made during the band's Rock And Roll Hall of Fame induction speech. "I really didn't like some of the things Paul Stanley said in his speech, because obviously he's a little aggravated with the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame," Frehley tells ABC Radio.

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