[video] Rockband for iPhone

via HuffPost

The app, which can be played solo or with up to four phones connected via Bluetooth, comes with 20 songs by artists including Foo Fighters, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Blink-182, Smashing Pumpkins, and the Beastie Boys. (The Venture Beat has a full track listing). You can buy more songs through an in-app Music Store.


MTV EXCLUSIVE: The Beatles Head To Comics For Graphic Novel Bio


With “The Beatles: Rock Band” hitting shelves Tuesday, September 9, everyone’s been talking about the Fab Four these days. That means it’s the perfect time to bring you some exclusive news involving John, Paul, George and Ringo—as well as a host of other music icons.

Bluewater Productions, who previously published “Tribute: Michael Jackson, King of Pop,” has revealed to Splash Page that the early-’90s biography comic book series “Rock ‘N Roll Comics” will be collected in a new line of graphic novels published by Bluewater. As part of the partnership with the publishers of “Rock ‘N Roll Comics,” Revolutionary Comics, the line will be released as 10 bi-monthly graphic novels (150-300 pages), each focusing on a particular band, musical era or style.

The first volume, “Hard Rock Heroes,” will arrive in December and feature bios of Guns N’ Roses, Metallica, AC/DC, Black Sabbath/Ozzy Osbourne, Motley Crue, Poison, Van Halen, Black Crowes, Motorhead, Pantera, Megadeth, Sammy Hagar, Anthrax, Joan Jett/Lita Ford and Skid Row. The second volume will focus on The Beatles, and Bluewater has offered Splash Page readers the first, exclusive look at the cover to the graphic novel.


Sorry No Beatles on iTunes

When this does actually happen it will be huge for the music industry, but right now it is just rumor. More below:

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via Apple Insider

While the Sept. 9 date marks major events for both The Beatles and Apple, the timing is just a coincidence and does not foreshadow any announcements set for Wednesday, a new report claims.

Peter Kafka with MediaMemo cited “a source familiar with the band’s plans” in a story Tuesday, in which he debunks the ongoing rumors that the world’s most famous rock band would see its catalog debut on Apple’s iTunes Music Store.

“If you’re trying to convince people to spend $16.99 for a remastered copy of the White Album,” Kafka asked, “or as much as $250 to play along with the band’s ghostly avatars, why offer a competing product from Apple at the same time? Nor do I see Steve Jobs expressing much interest in coordinating his marketing announcements with the likes of Viacom.”

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