Foo Fighters Become Couple’s Wedding Band, Plus News on Steven Adler + More
- "I pronounce Foo man and wife." We've seen proposals onstage before, but during a recent Dallas Foo Fighters show, a couple decided to get married during the band's performance. Watch as the nuptials take place against the backdrop of Foo Fighters performing "Everlong" here. Congrats to Belinda Marie Ramos and Tony Rosales.
- Just like last year, Steven Adler is bringing an all-star band to the 4th Annual Ride for Ronnie. The rotating cast of musicians set to play with the drummer includes Constantine Maroulis, who will front his Adler's Appetite band on their upcoming tour, plus Lizzy Borden's Marten Anderssen, Ira Black and Joey Scott, Black Star Riders' Ricky Warwick and Robert Crane, W.A.S.P.'s Mike Dupke, Elf's Rock Feinstein, The Nightwatchmen's Carl Restivo, Dio Disciples' Joe Retta, Dee Snider's Tanya O'Callaghan, Budderside's Patrick Stone and Faster Pussycat's Michael Thomas. The event will also feature two famous offspring, as Calico Cooper fronts Beasto Blanco, while Slash's son, London Hudson, rocks with Classless Act. Dio Disciples, One More From the Road and Railgun are also set to perform at Los Encinos Park in Encino after the motorcycle ride from Harley-Davidson Glendale. Get ticketing info for Sunday's (May 6) event here.
- Nothing More and Bad Wolves are playing support to Five Finger Death Punch and Breaking Benjamin this summer, but the two acts will team up to play a handful of off-dates with Eyes Set to Kill as well. Seven stops have been announced and details can be found here.
- The Fever 333 recently allowed the Last Call With Carson Daly crew to capture footage of their Los Angeles show at the Regent for airing on the late night TV show. Watch performances of "Made in America," "Prey for Me" and "We're Coming In"
- Set Your Anchor are setting sail with their new video for "Moving Mountains," which you can watch right here. The song will be available on Spotify as of May 4. Look for Set Your Anchor on tour with Hoods at these stops.
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