There are currently few details about the Osbourne movie, which was first announced two years ago. Osbourne's son, Jack, whose company is producing the film, has disclosed little information, other than it's in "active development" and a writer has been hired to create a script that takes place between 1979 and 1996 ... See MoreSee Less
According to the St. Catherines Standard, the replica of Lee is located just behind home plate, sitting next to a famous fan known as the Home Plate Lady. They're joined by three former players (George Bell, Jesse Barfield and Lloyd Moseby), members of current players' families and the team's mascot. The Blue Jays are charging $60 for a cutout, with the proceeds going to the team's charitable arm. ... See MoreSee Less
With concerts and festivals still largely on pause, there are hundreds of thousands of crew members who still need help as they see their work interrupted through what is normally the core summer concert season and through the remainder of the shutdown. The fund hopes to double its impact and raise at least $30 million so that it can continue providing support for these independent workers who are the backbone of the live music industry. ... See MoreSee Less
"What happens when the dickhead neighbors gardener starts up 10 blowers at 7am!" read the caption posted with video of the Toto guitarist sending a bit of sonic fury toward his neighbor. The post was accompanied by the hashtags #goodmorningsunshine and #fuckyou. ... See MoreSee Less
Hagar said: "When I heard that Kurt Cobain had taken his own life, the first thing I thought of was I wish I were there and could have saved him.
"The original title for these lyrics were 'I want to show you what love can do,' but because it was such a dark horrible thing I just couldn’t shine a light on it. So I changed the final line to 'Don't tell me what love can do.' ... See MoreSee Less
"Wolverine shares the same vision that we had when creating the Metallica Scholars Initiative — that it's incredibly important to create and sustain a strong and resilient American workforce. AWMH is our way of giving back and building future generations," said METALLICA front man James Hetfield. "More importantly, we are helping these students achieve their dreams and transform their lives through the workforce education programs offered at community colleges all across the country." ... See MoreSee Less