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Slayer won the best Metal Performance Grammy for the song 'Final Six' and the Foo Fighters won best Hard Rock Performance for the song 'The Pretender'. Meanwhile Robert Plant and Alison Krauss won Best Pop Collaboration With Vocals for the song 'Gone Gone Gone (Done Moved On)'.
Loudness have issued their new video for the song 'Metal Mad', the title track from their forthcoming album. Check it out here
Nikki Sixx' band, Sixx:A.M. is gearing up to embark on a select number of US dates but due to the band members limited availabilities, they are giving fans the power to decide which markets they will play. Starting on February 8th, 2008, fans can cast a vote for their city on www.votesixxam.com.The winning cities and Sixx:A.M. tour routing will be announced February 19, 2008.
Cradle Of Filth has the perfect present for your loved one this Valentine's Day - a coffin shaped box with ten candy suckers containing five differnt phrases: Bitter Suite, Venus In Fear, Lovesick For Mina, Poison Heartred and Filthy Little Secret. At a cost of $12.95 the COF candy coffin is available here.
Dream Theater vocalist James LaBrie took part in an opera-oriented project called True Symphonic Rockestra in 2006. Brainbox Records (in co-operation with Marinsound Russia) and will be distributed by SonyBMG in Germany and Austria. Several other territories have been licenced already (Russia, Poland, Czech, Ukraine, Korea).
It’s been another hit season for the TV Show Ted Nugent Spirit Of The Wild, big winners in not just one, but two categories at 8th Annual Golden Moose Awards. For the fourth time, Ted & Shemane Nugent were voted Fan Favorite Hunting Series, and Fan Favorite Hosts in a celebration held by Outdoor Channel during the 2008 Shooting, Hunting and Outdoor Trade (SHOT) Show Shot in Las Vegas.
Bon Jovi, Jerry Seinfeld, Birna Wilson and Andrea Bocelli, among others, will perform in various New York City venues throughout 2008 as part of the inaugural Stand Up For A Cure concert series, designed to raise funds and awareness for lung cancer research at the Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in New York.
In the week leading up to the U.S. leg of its Lost Highway world tour, Bon Jovi will launch the series with a sold-out concert on Feb. 12 at the 3,500-capacity Hammerstein Ballroom in New York. The intimate show will be dedicated to Bon Jovi guitarist Richie Sambora's father, Adam Sambora, who received care at Memorial Sloan-Kettering before passing last year from cancer.