Friday Dec 6
Keeping Christmas green
Fans rarely get the chance to join their favorite bands. Some of the exceptions are Tim "Ripper'' Owens, who fronted Judas Priest or John Frusciante, who hooked up with the Red Hot Chili Peppers and called it "the most amazing thing that could have happened to me.
Detroit Free Press
Metallica's Orion music festival won't be back to Belle Isle in 2014
Metallica, which headlined an Orion lineup at Belle Isle including Red Hot Chili Peppers and Deftones in 2013, has announced European tour dates for summer 2014.
Red Hot Chili Peppers Track Causes Headaches For U.k. Radio Station
Officials at one of Britain's top rock radio stations have found themselves in trouble with decency watchdogs after the Red Hot Chili Peppers ' expletive-laced Suck My Kiss was broadcast unedited.
Black Friday Record Store Day Offers a Bounty of Cool Limited-Edition Releases
Happy Black Friday, audiophiles! While holiday shoppers will be braving the crowds to find the best deals at their local malls, today also marks the fall edition of Record Store Day.
Fort Collins Coloradoan
Today's Ticket: Pipin' Hot Ghost Peppers
Before the turkey, enjoy a few chili peppers. Pipin' Hot Ghost Peppers, a Red Hot Chili Peppers tribute act, will perform on Thanksgiving eve Wednesday.
Tracks by The Beatles, Bob Dylan, U2 & More Featured on Philippines Relief Benefit Album
The Beatles , Bob Dylan , U2 and Red Hot Chili Peppers are among the many artists who have contributed songs to a new compilation that will raise money to help those affected by Typhoon Haiyan, which ripped through the Philippines earlier this month.
Coldplay, Roger Waters, Muse Make "Forbes"' Highest-Paid Musicians List
A few of the biggest names in rock show up on the Forbes list of the " World's 25 Highest-Paid Musicians " for 2013.
20 Notorious Rock Star Apologiestwo
There seems to be a rock star apology every week, doesn't there? Here's some of the most grovelling examples.
The Big Lead
Drummer for the Red Hot Chili Peppers Received Death Threats After...
Word to the wise: if you're one of the millions of people hoping to attend the World Cup next summer in Brazil, don't do what Red Hot Chili Peppers drummer Chad Smith did last week.