Foo Fighters Announced as SNL’s Music Guests

The Dave’s take over Saturday Night Live this weekend as Dave Chappelle hosts with Dave Grohl and Foo Fighters as musical guests! Foo haven’t blessed the SNL stage since December 2017 after the release of their last studio album, Concrete and Gold from September 2017. Foo Fighters have been musical guests seven times already, along with Dave Grohl joining Mick Jagger on stage in 2012. It’s pretty clear that the band is up to something, tweeting “#LPX” hinting to the 10th new album after putting the release on hold due to COVID-19. It’s about time we hear from them – after all, the band is celebrating their 25th anniversary together! We can’t wait to see what they have in store for us this Saturday!

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Steve Talks with Rick Allen of Def Leppard!

Steve Talks with Rick Allen of Def Leppard!

Steve caught up with Def Leppard drummer Rick Allen the other day. They talked about the Big Love Benefit Concert on January 23rd, benefitting music industry professionals through the Sweet Relief Musicians Fund. You can buy tickets to the star-studded livestream event here! That’s not all – Rick and Steve went over the terrible time…

Classic Rock Bowl on Steve Gorman Rocks!

Classic Rock Bowl on Steve Gorman Rocks!

SGR is taking roll on your favorites this year for the Classic Rock Bowl! It’s tough competition, but FIVE winning bands will play on February 5th, one winner per hour on the show. Get your votes in because round 2 begins on January 27th, with our five winners announced on February 5th! Don’t let your…

Artist Makes Home Alone Gingerbread House!

Artist Makes Home Alone Gingerbread House!

The best Christmas movie is a highly debated topic, but the Home Alone gingerbread house is easily the best one we’ve ever seen. The McCallister home on 671 Lincoln Ave (that’s its real address in Winnetka IL, by the way) was scaled down into a four by six foot model made entirely out of edible…

Northern Lights Possibly Visible Tonight!

Northern Lights Possibly Visible Tonight!

Some lucky areas in northern parts of the US might be able to look up and see aurora borealis tonight! A massive amount of energy ejected from the sun Monday is headed towards us today, bringing the Northern Lights. The Space Weather Prediction Center says 10 pm to 1 am EST tonight is the most…