Aw Jake . E Lee! Was wondering not too long ago what he was up to!
Onetime Ozzy Osbourne guitarist Jake E. Lee's new band, Red Dragon Cartel, will release a self-titled debut album on January 28th. It's the latest in a series of bands Lee has had since leaving Ozzy's employ in 1987. He joined Osbourne in '82, following Randy Rhoads' death in a plane crash.
The new quartet's lineup also includes singer D.J. Smith, bassist Ronnie Mancuso and drummer Jonas Fairley. They're helped out on the album by such special guests as original Iron Maiden vocalist Paul Di'Anno, Robin Zander of Cheap Trick, Maria Brinkof In This Moment, Sass Jordan, bassist Rex Brown of Pantera and Todd Kearnsand Brent Fitz from Slash's band, The Conspirators.
Red Dragon Cartel plan to tour extensively after the album release, and currently have four western dates booked for December -- the Whisky a Go Go in L.A. on the 12th; supporting Queensryche at the Marquee Theater in Tempe, Arizona on the 14th; Brick by Brick in San Diego on the 15th and Count's Vamp'd in Las Vegas on the 20th.
LED ZEPPELIN: Page Mashes Up Zep With...Notorious B.I.G.
Jimmy Page has created a mashup of songs by Led Zeppelin and the late rapper The Notorious B.I.G.
It's titled ‘Ramblize’ and features Biggie's rap from "Hypnotize" over Page's acoustic guitar from "Ramble On." Page also throws in occasional Robert Plant vocal samples from the Zep song. It's not the first time Page has combined Zeppelin with hip-hop -- he previously reworked his "Kashmir" guitar riffs for Puff Daddy's "Come With Me," a Top 5 hit in 1988.
"Ramblize" can be heard at Page’s Soundcloud page.
Cage the Elephant frontman Matt Shultz can sing -- and draw!
The partially animated clip for the band's "Come a Little Closer" debuted online on Tuesday, and it features extensive artwork done by Shultz. Check out the clip on YouTube now.
SANFORD AND SON THEME
THE JEFFERSONS THEME
GOOD TIMES THEME
SOUL TRAIN THEME
HARLEM GLOBETROTTERS THEME
JAMES BROWN “I FEEL GOOD”
ISSAC HAYS “SHAFT”
ROBERT JOHNSON “CROSS ROAD BLUES”
JIMI HENDRIX “PURPLE HAZE”
REBECCA BLACK “FRIDAY”
VAN HALEN: Bring Peace to the Middle East
Could Van Halen bring peace to the entire world?
According to the creators of South Park, they definitely can. Wednesday night's episode, called "Ginger Cow," closed with Jews, Muslims and Christians finally coming together in total harmony in Israel. All the various symbols of the religions then morph together into the Van Halen logo, and the group appears on stage to perform "Ain't Talkin' 'Bout Love."
So wrong and yet so right…..check out the clip below. (The original was yanked off (heh) but I found this, you get the idea.)