ROCK MUSIC NEWS The ROLLING STONES Share video of "Have You Seen Your Mother, Baby, Standing in the Shadow?" WATCH! The Rolling Stones' Have You Seen Your Mother Official Music Video
The Rolling Stones have issued the official music video for their hit single "Have You Seen Your Mother, Baby, Standing in the Shadow?"
Filmed in 1966 by director Peter Whitehead, the videos was rejected at first by available outlets for what were then referred to as "promos" or "promotional films" of rock bands.
The live performance was filmed during The Rolling Stones' September 23 1966, performance at the Royal Albert Hall in London. The video of the band in drag was created using film footage of the photo shoot in New York City for the single's back cover. All five original members, Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Brian Jones, Bill Wyman, Charlie Watts appear.
DISTURBED Announce New Album DIVISIVE, and share new track "Unstoppable"
Above. Vintage CIRCUS Magazine cover image with David Draiman, DISTURBED vocalist
Announcing their new studio album Divisive, Disturbed have also shared a new track "Unstoppable." Their new LP is set for November 18 release.
Frontman David Draiman stated: "Partisan tribal warfare has become a part of our regular existence nowadays. It's one big battle of the cliques. The whole idea of the record is to be a wakeup call for everyone.
"Our society has become addicted to outrage. Music is the best cure for what ails us though. If only everyone reached out and used it. There's no better environment to forget about all of this sh*t than live music.
"We can be together and realize we have more in common than not. Recognize what's happening and let's make a change for the better."
WATCH! "Unstoppable", new track from DISTURBED eighth studio album.
STEVE PERRY former JOURNEY Vocalist sues ex-bandmates over Trademarks
WATCH! Journey Classic - Faithfully - Official Video
Former Journey singer Steve Perry has launched legal action to stop former bandmates Neal Schon and Jonathan Cain from owning merchandise trademarks for the names of many of the band's biggest hits.
Billboard, the music trade publication reported in its September 11 edition that Perry filed a petition at the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office to invalidate 20 trademark registrations held by a company called Freedom JN LLC that he says is controlled by Schon and Cain.
According to Perry's law suit, his two former bandmates are not allowed to register trademarks for the song names because the trio signed a partnership agreement requiring unanimous consent.
KISS Share Peter Criss Classic "Beth" From 1977 Des Moines performance
KISS are now streaming Live audio of their 1976 classic, Peter Criss "Beth" on Off The Soundboard: Live In Des Moines 1977. Scroll page for Audio. With vocals by drummer Peter Criss, the fifth single from the Destroyer. This album delivered the New York Rockers their first U.S. Top 10 hit, and the highest-charting track in their history.
To be realeased September 9, Live in Des Moines 1977 features the original lineup of the iconic band with Criss, Paul Stanley, Gene Simmons and Ace Frehley in performance on November 29, 1977 at the Iowa Veterans Memorial Auditorium.
LISTEN! "Beth" (Live In Veterans Memorial Auditorium, Des Moines / 1977)
LED ZEPPELIN Remember 1972 with a New Episode for 50th Annirversary Video Series
LISTEN! Led Zeppelin - "Rock and Roll" remastered from Led Zeppelin IV-Official Audio
Classic Rock icons Led Zeppelin remember 1972 as Led Zeppelin IV opens the new year at #1 on U.S.A, and Canadian Rock Muisc album charts. A new episode of their 50th anniversary video series is currently streaming.
We RememberFebruary 1972 the band released "Rock And Roll", as a single. Led Zep performed for a two-week period in Australia and New Zealand, their only live appearances in the region.
What's more, April 1972 brought the Classic Rock Icons to London's Olympic Studios, where they began recording Houses Of The Holy, which was released the following year.These years, my friend. we wished they'd never end.
From the Vault: Rare Vintage edition of CIRCUS, from 1971 featuring Led Zeppelin
KISS GENE SIMMONS Spurns TV's '"Dancing With The Stars" Invite. Writes on Twitter ... "I won the Twist contest back in the Stone Age"
From the Vault. Classic cover image of CIRCUS Magazine with KISS Gene Simmons
KISS vocalist/ bassist Gene Simmons Simmons wrote on Twitter: "Thank you @officialdwts Dancing With The Stars for the offer to be on the show. Respectfully passing. Wouldn't be fair to the other contestants. I won the Twist contest back in the Stone Age".
The highly popular U.S. TV series "Dancing With The Stars" has aired on the ABC television network since 2005.
About me: CIRCUS legendary Rock Music magazine, established 1966. Gerald Rothberg founder, editor-publisher
Photo. Gerald Rothberg, at left with rock music performer Lita Ford in front of the CIRCUS Magazine Wall of Golden Awards at office headquarters NYC
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