Dead rock stars are a dime a dozen. They usually drink themselves to death, overdose on narcotics, crash cars, or get on faulty aircrafts with drunk pilots on drugs who crash cars. But murdered musicians? That's where it gets gruesome. Check out these 10 tales of death by murder.
Mind the drooling, knavesOn the heels of Crossfade's semi-positive (possibly drool-inducing) review yesterday of Paul McCartney's performance Saturday at SunLife Stadium, it is the ideal time to report that the other ex-Beatle, Ringo Starr, is booked for a July 15 show at Hard Rock Live at the Se ... More >>
photo by Ben ThackerClick here to view a slideshow from Phish's New Year's Eve show. PhishAmerican Airlines Arena, Miami December 28 through 31, 2009Better Than: Langerado? Not so sure, but Phish's comeback in March may or may not have contributed to the demise of South Florida's belove ... More >>
Lee Zimmerman Ringo Starr and His All Starr Band July 3, 2008 Seminole Hard Rock, Hollywood By now, the traveling nostalgia show that tours annually under the banner of Ringo Starr and his All Starr Band has been honed to a tee. Ringo offers up his best-known Beatles songs and solo hits and genero ... More >>