For MTD Radio this is Eugenius with the Ski Apache Ski Report for Thursday December 05.
The 13th annual edition of Alice Cooper's star-studded Christmas Pudding benefit show is set to take place this Saturday at Comerica Theatre in Phoenix. Joining the shock rocker at this year's extravaganza will be KISS, Joan Jett and the frontmen of a few of the biggest hair-metal bands of the 1980s -- Motley Crue's Vince Neil, Ratt's Stephen Pearcy, Cinderella's Tom Kiefer and Winger's Kip Winger. Hosting the bash will be one-time Seinfeld star and Family Feud host John O'Hurley.
Stevie Nicks' movie In Your Dreams, which documents the creation of her album of the same name, is out on DVD this week. More than just your standard "making-of" film, In Your Dreams captures the surreal atmosphere at Stevie's L.A. mansion, where she, her producer Dave Stewart and various friends and associates lived and worked while recording. The idea, says Nicks, was to give fans a truly immersive experience.
A series of concerts paying tribute to Gene Clark, and celebrating a new documentary about late Byrds singer/songwriter, will be held in four East Coast cities next month.
Bon Jovi's Richie Sambora left the band's tour in April, and since then, he hasn't performed with them. At first, he wouldn't give his reason for the departure, but lately, he's said that he simply wanted to spend more time with his family. But does he see a future with Bon Jovi going forward? "Sure!" confirms the guitarist.
Neil Young's new archival concert album, Live at The Cellar Door, won't be released until December 10, but you can check out the entire recording now online. RollingStone.com is offering an exclusive stream of the 13-track collection, which features performances from a multiple-night stand the folk-rock great played in the fall of 1970 at the famed Cellar Door club in Washington, D.C.
(NEW YORK) -- Singer Carrie Underwood steps into the iconic role of Maria von Trapp in NBC's production of The Sound of Music Live! Thursday night at 8 Eastern time.
(LOS ANGELES) -- In what sounds like a new take on the Danny DeVito/Arnold Schwarzenegger movie Twins, Deadline.com reports actor Kevin Hart has signed on to co-star with LeBron James as a pair of brothers in a new film called Ballers.
(LOS ANGELES) -- Apparently there's no shortage of hilarious moments in the forthcoming film, Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues. In fact, there's so much comic gold that director Adam McKay said he could've created two films with the footage he had.
(NEW YORK) -- ABC's latest "Bachelor," Juan Pablo Galavis, will have 27 women to choose from when the 18th season of the dating competition begins next month.
(LOS ANGELES) -- When Kanye West proposed to Kim Kardashian this past October, he hired a 50-piece orchestra and rented out San Francisco's AT&T Park as the setting. So it should come as no surprise he and the reality star are sparing no expense for the wedding.