Today's B-Sides includes quick music news items about an unusual cover of a Guns N' Roses classic, Brian May reacts to Queen's "Bohemian Rhapsody" being voted greatest solo of all time, The White Stripes share classic performance and more.
King Crimson guitarist Robert Fripp and his wife Toyah Willcox have shared their cover of the Guns N' Roses' classic "Welcome to The Jungle" for the latest installment of their "Toyah and Robert's Sunday Lunch". Check it out here
Brian May took to social media to react to the news that readers of Total Guitar voted his solo in Queen's "Bohemian Rhapsody" No. 1 in their poll of
The 50 Greatest Solos Of All Time. May wrote, "The Greatest Guitar Solo of All Time ?!! Wow ... (gulp) ... BIG thanks, all yous very kind Total Guitar readers !!! I am not worthy, but it's much appreciated."
The White Stripes have shared a video of their performance of "Seven Nation Army" from their 2007 set at the Bonnaroo festival to celebrate the recent release of their greatest hits package. Watch the video here
Rob Zombie has shared a series of stills from his forthcoming music video for the track "The Eternal Struggle Of The Howling Man", which is set to premiere this Friday, January 29th. Check out the photos here
Former Twisted Sister frontman Dee Snider announced on Saturday, "Heading into the studio today to finish demos for new album. Monday I start tracking the real vocals."
The US premiere of the Disney+ original special, My Music Story: Yoshiki, will take place on Friday, February 5th. Yoshiki had this to say, "Regarding this film, I'm a little surprised (in a good way) that Yoshiki : My Music Story will be released in the United States, because this film is almost all Japanese language (with subtitles). Thank you to my fans!" Check out a preview here
Jetboy will be helping The National Hockey League's Philadelphia Flyers "Feel The Shake" when they score a goal. The band tweeted 'Feel The Shake' is the official song the @philadelphiaflyers play when they score a goal! That's pretty bad ass! Thank you" Check it out here
Talking Metal's Mark Strigl and John Ostronomy spoke with Riki Rachtman for their livestream on 1/21/21. Topics include his plans for his new show "The Ball", his recent battle with COVID-19, the Cathouse, his podcasts, MTV's Headbangers Ball, Axl Rose, Duff McKagan, Duff's Brooklyn, Riki's Ride, Sharon Osbourne, Loveline, Steve Stevens, Eva Neu and much more. Check it out below: