Brad Whitford has revealed that Aerosmith are recording a “very rock‘n’roll” new track and expects the band, who this summer undertook a European farewell tour, to be around for at least another five years and release new material during that time. “We’re going to keep on playing until we can’t play any more,” says the guitarist.
Robbie Williams has issued an apology to former
Led Zeppelin guitarist Jimmy Page after comparing his alleged behaviour in a home row to a “mental illness”. “I understand why Jimmy will have found my words offensive and I apologise for any hurt that they have caused him and his family,” said the former Take That star. David Coverdale (pictured) says 2018 will see an all-new Whitesnake studio album and a world tour. “The next three to five years is spoken for with some really exciting projects,” he told Billboard.
Kansas release a new concert album, Leftoverture Live & Beyond, on November 3 via Inside Out
Music. It includes 19 tracks and will be available as a double CD digipak, four-disc 180-gram vinyl boxed set and a digital album. The veteran prog-rockers cancelled this summer’s tour commitments due to “security reasons”.
A correction to last issue’s story: Dan Reed Network will be the special guests of Extreme on their December UK tour.