Homegrown rock festival Stonedeaf has announced that Glenn Hughes will headline the 2019 event. Continuing as part of his recent 'Classic Deep Purple Live' tour, the former DP man will be joined by Diamond Head, The Amorettes, Massive and more for the event which takes place at Newark Showground, Nottinghamshire, on 24th August 2019.
Putting a sting in the tail of 2019's line-up, Bloodstock has announced that The Scorpions will close the event. The German rockers, currently celebrating more than five decades as a band, join previously announced Friday night bill-toppers Sabaton for the festival which will take place at Catton Park, Derbyshire, from 8th - 11th August, 2019.
Spanish electro pop group Chelsea Boots have just released new album 'Guilty Pleasure'. An eclectic mix of hypnotic grooves, digital sounds, and soothing vocals, we've got three copies to give away.
Iron Maiden are to release their complete catalogue of studio albums from their 1980 debut up until 2015's 'The Book Of Souls', in Digipack remastered CD format. The set, which is the first time that the catalogue has been reissued on CD since 1998, will arrive in batches, with the first lot set to drop on 16th November 2018.
Def Leppard have announced a host of releases tying in with their upcoming 'Hysteria' anniversary U.K. and Irish tour. Recently announced as nominees for 2019's Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame, the multi-million selling act will release their first ever Christmas single, a singles box set, a new 'Best Of' set, and more.
Marillion have announced that they will return to the road in the UK and Europe in 2019 for a trek that will include two shows at the Royal Albert Hall. Following on from their lauded 2017 sell out at the prestigious venue, all shows will feature the In Praise of Folly String Quartet.
Glenn Hughes made an emotional return to Dublin on Sunday night (30th September 2018), as part of his ‘Classic Deep Purple Live’ tour. Kicking off the Irish and U.K. leg of the celebratory trek, the show sees Hughes revisiting the Mk. III and IV line-ups of the Rock and Roll Hall of Famers.