In Other Rock News…(June 29th)

Chad Smith, Sum 41 and Pink Floyd make up the June 29th edition of "In Other Rock News..."  Enjoy!


Chad Smith:  Man of the People

Sure, he’s the drummer in one of the biggest bands in the world, but Chad Smith enjoys mixing it up with the public.  Check out this recent clip of him performing with some street musicians while in London.

Chad Smith in London 06/27/16 (part 1/2)

Before the RHCP concert in Rosklide Festival Show, Denmark 06/29/16


WATCH:  New Video From Sum 41

After a very public struggle with alcohol abuse, Deryck Whibley is back with Sum 41, who just dropped the video for their new single “Fake My Own Death.”

Sum 41 - Fake My Own Death (Official Music Video)

The official music video for Sum 41's track "Fake My Own Death'' off the band's upcoming album '13 Voices' due out October 7, 2016!


Pink Floyd Historical Site Being Turned Into Housing

Finally, an iconic location in Pink Floyd’s history will soon be no more.

Per TeamRock, Britannia Row, the studio where the legendary band recorded The Wall, will soon be turned into luxury apartments.   The studio, itself, was part of a larger warehouse, which will yield eight new fancy flats.  No word yet as to how much these apartments will cost, but considering the historical significance, the company behind the project will likely grab that cash with both hands and make a stash.



Erica Banas is a rock/classic rock reporter who never leaves home without her iPod, because to her, there’s something very comforting about carrying around every piece of music she’s ever owned in her life.