Following on from September's appearance at Electric Picnic, and their first Irish show in almost two decades, post grunge icons Garbage are set to return to Dublin, for a gig at Iveagh Gardens on 18th July 2019.
Recently departed Machine Head drummer Dave McClain has rejoined thrash metal titans Sacred Reich. The skinsman, who left the Bay Area metal giants in November after 23 years, last played with the Phoenix icons in 1995.
Guns N’ Roses are one of the world’s most iconic rock bands of all time. They have already entered their fourth decade in the music business and continue to show no signs of letting up in terms of touring. The band made such an impact in the music business that they were given the label as the “most dangerous band on the planet” – and boy have their lived up to that tag.
Famed photographer Neal Preston is to showcase his iconic images at January's Winter NAMM show in Anahiem, California. The Lightpower Collection features some of rock ‘n’ roll’s defining moments, including his work with legends such as Led Zeppelin, The Who, Queen.
Def Leppard held a triple celebration in Belfast on Sunday night (1st December 2019), performing their monster hit release 'Hysteria' in full, saluting birthday-boy bassist Rick Savage, and throwing the spotlight on local-born Vivian Campbell. Making a return to the city's SSE Arena, the Sheffield band pulled out all the stops, for what was only the second night of the Ireland and U.K. leg of the tour.
Alice Cooper guitarist Nita Strauss, songstress Lisa Loeb, and icon Janis Joplin have been announced as honourees at the 2019 She Rock Awards. Taking place on Friday 25th January at the House of Blues, Anaheim the event celebrates the achievements of women in music.
Ramblin' Man Fair has added The Wildhearts, Living Colour, Orange Goblin and more, to its growing 2019 line up. Returning to Mote Park, Maidstone for the fifth time, the festival takes place from 19th - 21st July.
Toto have been announced to perform at the Live At Chelsea Concert Series 2019, which is celebrating its 5th year of bringing live music to the spectacular outdoor grounds of the Royal Hospital Chelsea. The band are also set to return to Ireland for part of the 'Live At The Marquee' series of events, playing in Cork on 15th June.
Hull hardcore duo Parasitic Twins are set to hit the road later this month with the monstrous Boycott The Baptist. The band, who released their visceral debut EP, 'All That’s Left To Do Now Is Sleep With Each Other', on October 26th, are set to appear in Germany and Holland with BTB.