It’s been another fascinating week in the world of rock and roll. Slash helped promote a new Australian wildlife foundation, Rush’s Geddy Lee talked longevity and a 50-year old Ringo Starr recording surfaced. The Rolling Stones recorded two new tracks for an upcoming anniversary compilation and Gibson released a new Billie Joe Armstrong guitar. Pete Townshend was announced as the recipient of the prestigious Les Paul Award and a DVD release of the momentous 2007 Led Zeppelin reunion concert looked increasingly likely.
1. Slash Raises Profile of New Wildlife Foundation
2. Dethklok Announce Headlining Tour
3. Green Day Announce Tour Dates
4. Led Zeppelin Reunion DVD Imminent?
5. The Who's Pete Townshend to Receive Les Paul Award
6. Gibson Release New Billie Joe Armstrong Guitar
7. Early Ringo Starr Recordings Discovered After 50 Years
8. Rolling Stones to Release Two New Songs
9. AC/DC Song Makes Official Aussie List
10. Rush’s Geddy Lee Spills Band’s Secret to Longevity