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KISS and Def Leppard are calling a press conference for March 17 in Los Angeles to make a "major announcement." Though there's no official word, a source close to one of the bands tells ABC News Radio that KISS and Def Leppard are planning a summer co-headlining tour, set to kick off in late June and go through the very end of August.
Pretenders frontwoman Chrissie Hynde is preparing to release a new album that she recorded in Stockholm, Sweden, and she posted a video on her newly launched official website and YouTube channel that gives fans a taste of her latest musical endeavor.
Paul Stanley has more to say about KISS' decision to not play live at the upcoming Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony. In an interview with Billboard -- ostensibly about his upcoming biography, A Life Exposed -- Stanley calls the Hall of Fame "a distortion of a bar mitzvah," and says KISS being inducted is "a bitter pill for them to swallow, so they're making it as small as possible."
The Rolling Stones will be thrilling fans in Europe this summer: they've just announced two festival dates in Holland and Belgium.
For years, Faces fans have hoped that all of the band's surviving members would agree to hit the stage together, and it now appears that plans for a reunion event or tour finally are in the works for 2015.
(LOS ANGELES) -- The Muppets took Hollywood on Tuesday night, when a premiere for their new movie, Muppets Most Wanted, was held there.
(LOS ANGELES) -- On Monday night's Bachelor finale, runner-up Clare Crawley said Juan Pablo Galavis made an inappropriate comment to her on their final date. She didn't reveal what that comment was, but if a couple of new reports are accurate, it was pretty crude.
(NEW YORK) -- Northern Irish actor Kristian Nairn, who plays Hodor, the tall servant of Bran Stark, on HBO's Game of Thrones, has publicly come out as gay.
(NEW YORK) -- Tom Bergeron is lightening his workload at ABC. He has announced he is leaving America's Funniest Home Videos after two more seasons.
(WELLINGTON, New Zealand) -- It has just been revealed that Star Trek star Chris Pine was arrested for drunk driving in New Zealand on March 1, according to the New Zealand Herald.