Rick Springfield testified in state Supreme Court this morning on accusations that he permanently injured a Liverpool woman during a 2004 State Fair concert.
Rick Springfield is the man behind Dr. Noah Drake, and his hit this week in 1981 was “I’ve Done Everything For You.”
Rick Springfield’s “Love Somebody” was from the movie ‘Hard to Hold’ and was a hit in the spring of 1984, reaching #5 on the US Hot Singles chart.
Considering he gets to hang with his idols all day, Dave Grohl has a pretty cool life. Most recently, he’s been playing shows with his Sound City Players, featuring Stevie Nicks, John Fogerty, Cheap Trick’s Rick Nielsen and Rick Springfield.
All you need to know about one of the greatest songs about unrequited love ever.
“This Neve board, this… is not my world. Engineers who spend hours on the kick drum (sound)? Please! I would rather have a blood transfusion!” This is part of a rather unlikely conversation between Barry Manilow — perennially the least-hip singer — and head Foo Fighter Dave Grohl, who can seemingly get any rock legend on the phone.
“We started this project about a year and a half ago,” said Dave Grohl, standing in front of a packed theater at Hollywood’s famous Cineramadome, the VIP crowd assembled for the L.A. premiere of documentary Sound City, Grohl’s directorial debut and love letter to the revered San Fernando Valley, CA recording studio that time forgot.
With the announcement of the Sound City Players’ performance at the Sundance Film Festival, the Foo Fighters frontman hinted that he had a few surprises up his sleeve.
Sound City, Dave Grohl‘s highly anticipated full-length documentary about a storied Los Angeles recording studio, will make its public premiere at the annual Sundance Film Festival in Utah this month.
Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl will perform with “The Sound City Players” — a group that will include Stevie Nicks, John Fogerty, Rick Nielsen of Cheap Trick and Rick Springfield.