Waky Music News
WAKY Music News is Brought to You BY.
For Tuesday, May 3, 2016
>>Chickenfoot Posts Rehearsal Footage
(Undated) -- Footage of a recent Chickenfoot rehearsal is now online. The supergroup, which includes Sammy Hagar, guitarist Joe Satriani, ex-Van Halen bassist Michael Anthony and Chili Peppers drummer Chad Smith, is getting ready for two shows at Harrah's Lake Tahoe this weekend. It will be the band's first gigs in more than six years. Check out the preview on YouTube.
>>Def Lep To Do GMA
(Undated) -- Def Leppard is going to perform on "Good Morning America." The band will play the ABC morning show on June 21st. They kicked off a tour with REO Speedwagon and Tesla yesterday in Pensacola, Florida and will hit 56 U.S. cities before it's over. Go to: DefLeppard.com for details.
>>Lemmy Tribute Being Planned
(Hammersmith, London) -- The surviving members of Motorhead are playing a tribute to Lemmy. Phil Campbell and Mikkey Dee are teaming up with Saxon for a one-off tribute set at this year's Golden Gods awards show. The event will be held in Hammersmith, London on June 13th.
>>Hammett Joins John On Stage
(Las Vegas, NV) -- The rock community is buzzing about an unusual duet in Las Vegas. Metallica's Kirk Hammett joined Elton John on stage on Saturday at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace to do "Saturday Night's Alright For Fighting." Hammett says John was a major influence on him in his younger years.
>>Fan Catches Axl Rehearsal
(Undated) -- Audio of what sounds like Axl Rose rehearsing with AC/DC is circulating on the Internet. The recording was allegedly recently obtained by a fan outside a rehearsal studio and features "Thunderstruck" and "Shoot to Thrill." Axl's first show with AC/DC will take place Saturday in Lisbon, Portugal. Check out the audio clip on YouTube.
>>The Edge Plays The Vatican
(Vatican City, Italy) -- The Edge is now the first rock star to have played in the Sistine Chapel. The U2 guitarist performed with an Irish choir at the Vatican over the weekend during a conference on regenerative medicine. The guitar legend said, "When they asked me if I wanted to become the first contemporary artist to play in the Sistine Chapel, I didn't know what to say because usually there's this other guy who sings."