Lynam is allowing their fans to download a free song, “A Lifetime Ain’t Enough”. All you have to do is register at Reverbnation, and add Lynam as a friend, and you can download the new song.
“A Lifetime Ain’t Enough” isn’t a throw away track either, it is a pretty cool stadium anthem. It is definitely worth checking out Reverbnation to get it. Go to this link for more info.
Be sure to tune in to Hard Rock Nights tonight and every Saturday night on classxradio.com! The program airs 9-11 pm eastern time, and is chock full of the best hard rock from the 1970s, 1980s, 1990s, and today!
In addition to classics from Ozzy Osbourne, AC/DC, and Cinderella, we’ll also be checking out some of the best new hard rock that’s out there from bands like Airbourne, Hell N’ Diesel, American Dog, and an unsigned band from Sweden, M.O.B! You won’t hear this stuff anywhere else!
Fresh off their European and South American tours in support of the band’s latest album, Return Of The Pride, reactivated hard rockers WHITE LION have updated their tour schedule as follows:
10 – West Hollywood, CA – House Of Blues (with LITTLE CAESAR)
11 – Sacramento, CA – Club House
14 – San Diego, CA – House Of Blues (with PRETTY BOY FLOYD)
15 – Calgary, AB – Snatch Rockbar
17 – Anchorage, AK – Chilkoot Charlies
18 – Soldotna, AK – Out Of The Blue
19 – Tacoma, WA – Station 56
21 – Seattle, WA – Studio Seven
24 – Wichita, KS – KDGS PRESENTS: America’s Pub
25 – Salina, KA – The Blue Goat
28 – Mt. Clemens, MI – Emerald Theater
31 – Baltimore, MD – The Black Hole
1 – Clifton, NJ – Dingbatz
2 – Danvers, MA – Tequila’s
5 – Narragansett, RI – Wheelhouse
6 – Farmingdale, NY – Crazy Donkey (with JOE LYNN TURNER)
8 – W. Springfield, VA – Jaxx
11 – Tulsa, OK – Marquee
14 – El Paso, TX – Uncle Paulies
15 – N. Las Vegas, NV – Canyon Club
27 – Cermanate (Como), Italy – The Blackhorse
28 – Bologna, Italy – Sottotetto
29 – Rome, Italy – Jailbreak
10 – Singapore – TBA
13 – Shillong (Meghalaya), India – JN Stadium
16 – Nagaland, India – Dimapur Stadium
19 – India – TBA
8, 2009 – Halifax, NS – Cabin Fever Rockfest Festival
White Lion expect to add a handful of dates to finish out the year in which the band has played in front of 100,000 throughout the year thus far.
White Lion has also joined the D’Addario Family which includes Evans Drum Heads, D’Addario Strings, Planet Waves and m ore. D’Addario and Steve Lobmeier will support the band with their needs through their affiliate tour supply in Los Angeles.
Guitarist Jamie Law is now endorsing Charvel Guitars. Jamie states “after doing a few shows with RATT, Warren DeMartini was kind enough to let me try a few of his guitars and I just fell in love with them. Charvel is building a model from the Demartini Line with a few tweeks. Joining a family of inspirational guitarist like Eddie Van Halen, Warren, George Lynch, Steve Stevens, I can’t say I’m in bad company! I look forward to a long relationship with Charvel.”
Bassist EJ Curse from SILENT RAGE will be filling in bass duties on shows for the remainder of 2008.
As reported by BIllboard.com, Best Buy is set to be the exclusive retailer for Guns N’ Roses decade-plus-in-the-making new album “Chinese Democracy” before year’s end, sources close to the situation tell Billboard. Some details of the deal are still being worked out, including the release date.
The news brings a semblance of closure to the bizarre history of “Democracy,” which Guns N’ Roses has been working on since the mid-1990s. Since then, every original member of the once mighty group has left besides vocalist Axl Rose, and millions of dollars have been spent working on the new material.
“Democracy” was most recently on the Interscope release schedule in March 2007. The endless delays encountered by the project reached comic levels this spring, when soft drink manufacturer Dr Pepper offered to send a free can of the beverage to “everyone in America” (excluding ex-GNR members Slash and Buckethead) if “Chinese Democracy” were to arrive anytime during the calendar year 2008.
In June, nine purported “mastered, finished” tracks from the album were leaked online, prompting an FBI investigation into their source. A sign “Chinese Democracy” was perhaps finally nearing release came in July, when the band agreed to debut new track “Shackler’s Revenge” in the video game “Rock Band 2,” which hit stores earlier this month.
Guns N’ Roses is now managed by Irving Azoff’s Front Line Management, and Azoff is a well-known proponent of issuing albums exclusively through retailers. He released the Eagles’ “Long Road Out of Eden” through Wal-Mart in 2007, much to the chagrin of other merchants, but the album was a runaway hit, having sold 3.1 million copies in the United States, according to Nielsen SoundScan.