Aerosmith

‘Nightclubbing: The Birth of Punk Rock in NYC’ Review: A Punk Nostalgia Documentary Captures How Max’s Kansas City Was as Seminal as CBGB

Punk-rock nostalgia has an oxymoronic quality. Ah, the toasty, cozy good old days…of shooting up in the bathroom at CBGB as the Dead Boys lay waste to Western…

Wild tales of sex, drugs and punk rock at NYC club Max’s Kansas City: new doc

George Harrison had a unique way of picking up women in the club’s VIP room, while Iggy Pop required 16 stitches after rolling around in broken glass onstage.

Lionsgate, Suretone Pictures to Finance ‘Creepers’ Adaptation from ‘Rambo’ Creator

Lionsgate and Suretone Pictures will co-finance Suretone’s upcoming horror film “Creepers,” based on the novel by “Rambo” creator David Morrell. Set to shoot this summer in Bulgaria, “Creepers”…

Creem Rises Again: 10 Classic Pieces Written by Cameron Crowe, Patti Smith, Lester Bangs and Others for the Irreverent Rock Mag

Creem magazine started publishing as a regional monthly in Detroit in 1969, but didn’t go national until 1971, with a firmly anti-establishment bias that took aim at the…

Donald Trump Blasted by Writers of ‘Hold On, I’m Coming’ for Using Song at NRA Rally

Former President Donald Trump has a long history of using music at his rallies against the wishes of the artists, and that continued with his speech at controversial…

Aerosmith’s Steven Tyler, 74, says he’s spent $6M on cocaine in his lifetime

Steven Tyler is a persuasive dude. In 1975, when the Aerosmith singer was 27, he shacked up with a 16-year-old groupie, Julia Holcomb, and convinced the girl’s mother to sign over guardianship to him. “He had mentioned that he wanted guardianship papers so I could travel across state lines when he was on tour,” Holcomb…