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Watch Anthrax Perform Entire ‘Among The Living’ Album In Birmingham

Anthrax is celebrating the 30th anniversary of “Among The Living” by performing the LP in its entirety on a European “Among The Kings” tour.

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Anthrax is celebrating the 30th anniversary of Among The Living by performing the LP in its entirety on a European “Among The Kings” tour.

Watch fan footage from the opening night of the tour at the O2 Institute in Birmingham, England.

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Brothers Bob And Bruce Kulick Dominate The KISS Kruise

History was made last week when brothers Bob and Bruce Kulick joined The Kiss Kruise for a killer performance of KISS classics.

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History was made last week in the world of KISS, one of the biggest rock bands in the world, when brothers Bob and Bruce Kulick joined The Kiss Kruise for the first time in the seven years the getaway has taken place.

“Our appearance on Kiss Kruise VII the first night on the Main Deck (‘Sail Away’ Stage) was one of our most exciting and memorable gigs in my life,” says Bob. “And I know my brother feels the same way about it!”

Just hours after the performance, the Internet lit up when Kruise passengers began posting and sharing live video of the Kulick brothers’ show, which overwhelmingly was regarded as the strongest of the week.

The band — also comprised of vocalist/bassist Todd Kerns and drummer Brent Fitz — had one rehearsal and one chance to put a set list together for the show. “It was a very personal walk down memory lane,” Bob states. “Especially with these songs, since we played on the original recorded versions of every one of them.

“It was, of course, also a treat to play with Brent Fitz, who was our anchor for the show as well as bassist and vocalist Todd Kerns, who happens to be the singer on my single, ‘Rich Man,’ which just went to radio this week.”

Bob and Bruce Kulick setlist from Kiss Kruise VII:

01. All American Man
02. Hide YouHeart
03. Wouldn’t You Like To Know Me
04. Domino
05. Larger Than Life
06. Tears Are Falling
07. Nowhere To Run
08. Tough Love
09. Tonight You Belong To Me
10. Who Wants To Be Lonely
11. Crazy Nights
12. Turn On The Night
13. Goodbye

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Original Alice Cooper Members Reunite On Stage In Leeds

Three members of the original Alice Cooper band have joined the shock rock legend on tour in the U.K., returning to the shores 46 years after they first enthralled fans on their historic 1971 tour.

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Three members of the original Alice Cooper band have joined the shock rock legend on tour in the U.K., returning to the shores 46 years after they first enthralled fans on their historic 1971 tour.

Check out fan-filmed video footage of bassist Dennis Dunaway, guitarist Michael Bruce and drummer Neal Smith performing with Cooper on November 11 at First Direct Arena in Leeds, England

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Ace Frehley Joins Alice Cooper For ‘School’s Out’ In Brisbane

Ace Frehley joined Alice Cooper on stage for the last song on the final show of their joint Australian tour.

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Ace Frehley joined Alice Cooper on stage for the last song on the final show of their joint Australian tour. The legendary KISS guitarist and the Godfather of Shock Rock teamed up for an extended jam of Cooper’s classic “School’s Out” Wednesday night in Brisbane, featuring multiple guitar solos from Frehley.

The Brisbane concert was part of Cooper’s “Spend The Night With Alice Cooper” world tour, which also marks the fortieth anniversary of his first ever concert tour of Australia back in ’77.

Prior to the trek, Ace stated about the prospect of playing with Cooper: “I have been friends with Alice since the ’70s, but I’ve never had the pleasure of touring with him. Our tour of Australia and New Zealand in October this year will be a major rock and roll event Down Under and leave all our fans with big smiles and wanting more! I can’t wait to hit the road.”

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Gene Simmons And Ace Frehley Perform Together At Benefit Concert

The KISSers performed together onstage for the first time in over 16 years at The Children Matter benefit concert.

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Gene Simmons and his former KISS bandmate Ace Frehley performed together onstage for the first time in over sixteen years last night at The Children Matter benefit concert to support the victims of Hurricane Harvey.

The event at CHS Field Stadium in downtown St. Paul, Minnesota saw the two musicians sharing vocal duties for three classic KISS songs: “Parasite,” “Cold Gin” and “Shock Me.”

“Before you were born, 1973, in New York City, this guy and I — and two other guys — put together a band we’d never seen onstage,” Simmons said while introducing his former bandmate. “Let’s hear it for Ace Frehley! He still looks great, goddamn it — doesn’t he?”

All proceeds from The Children Matter benefit concert will be directed to the hurricane relief efforts of the nonprofit Matter. The nonprofit works in partnership with on-ground relief organizations to source and ship the items needed most, such as: Matterbox Meal Kits, sanitation and contamination prevention supplies and more to the children and families affected displaced by the hurricane.

The Children Matter is a collaborative initiative created by Simmons and the nonprofit Matter on the simple belief that the lives of children matter. Regardless of race, income, gender, religion, or location, every child deserves the same access to a full and healthy life.

Frehley told StarTribune that he approached Simmons about being a part of the St. Paul concert.

“I just did four shows on the East Coast, and I looked at my calendar and I noticed I was off today,” Frehley said.”I had to head back to San Diego eventually where I live, so I figured I could make a pit stop here. I called Gene, and he was really excited about me being involved, and it’s that simple.”

Frehley recently collaborated with Simmons on two songs for the former KISS guitarist’s next solo album.

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Watch Guns N’ Roses Perform At Harlem’s Apollo Theater

Guns N’ Roses performed at Harlem’s world-famous Apollo Theater Thursday, July 20, for a special invitation-only concert for SiriusXM subscribers.

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Guns N’ Roses performed at Harlem’s world-famous Apollo Theater Thursday, July 20, for a special invitation-only concert for SiriusXM subscribers.

The show marked the first time that Guns N’ Roses performed at the iconic venue. The special event aired live nationwide on SiriusXM’s Guns N’ Roses Radio. The concert also aired live on Howard Stern’s Howard 101 channel.

Setlist:
01. It’s So Easy
02. Mr. Brownstone
03. Welcome To The Jungle
04. Chinese Democracy
05. Double Talkin’ Jive
06. Better
07. Estranged
08. Live And Let Die
09. Rocket Queen
10. You Could Be Mine
11. Can’t Put Your Arms Around A Memory / A New Rose
12. This I Love
13. Civil War
14. Yesterdays
15. Coma
16. Godfather Theme
17. Sweet Child O’ Mine
18. My Michelle
19. Whole Lot Of Rosie
20. Wish You Were Here / Layla
21. November Rain
22. Black Hole Sun
23. Only Women Bleed
24. Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door
25. Nightrain

Encore
26. Sorry
27. Patience
28. The Seeker
29. Paradise City

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