WMMO Music News 

Lenny Kravitz Helps Design $38 Million Mansion

  • 2:58 pm Monday, December 25th, 2017 by hildiwmmo

First of all, I can’t even fathom spending $38 million for a home, even if I HAD it to spend. But, if I did, I think it would be this one. Lol.

Mind-blowing photos HERE.

Never-Before-Heard Eddie Van Halen Track!

  • 2:38 pm Monday, December 25th, 2017 by hildiwmmo

This Eddie Van Halen track was only played for a few seconds in the 1984 movie ” TheWild Life” and there are more never-heard Eddie tracks from the film’s score where this one came from.

You can subscribe to the Van Halen News Desk’s YouTube channel HERE to here them over the coming weeks.

House’s Christmas Lights Synced to AC/DC’s Thunderstruck!

  • 2:08 pm Friday, December 22nd, 2017 by hildiwmmo

Some would say AC/DC’s “Thunderstruck” is not exactly a Christmas song. They obviously have not seen Chris Callahan’s house.

Too bad it’s too far for us to cruise right over and check out. Callahan lives in Menifee, California.

Callahan’s lights are synchronized to 12 different songs – the show lasts an hour. He said he chose “Thunderstruck” to pay tribute to AC/DC co-founder Malcolm Young, who passes away in November after battling dementia and other health issues.

WATCH: Steve Miller Joins Billy Joel at MSG!

  • 5:44 pm Thursday, December 21st, 2017 by hildiwmmo

If you’ve seen Billy recently, you know that, at one point in the show, he gives the audience a choice of songs to choose from. The one receiving the most applause is the one he plays.

At last night’s show at Madison Square Garden, Steve Miller came out and gave the audience a choice between two of HIS songs – “Livin’ in the USA” or “The Joker”. He didn’t wait very long to analyze the applause before launching into “The Joker”. Lol.

Billy took a little break and joined in after the guitar solo. Watch below:

Billy Idol Helps Singer Win “The Voice”

  • 1:13 pm Wednesday, December 20th, 2017 by hildiwmmo

Chloe Kohanski almost threw in the towel on her singing career, spending every weekend singing to 20 or 30 people in a bar didn’t seem to be getting her any closer to being noticed on a larger scale.

But now the world knows who she is – and Billy Idol had a hand in that last night, coaching the singer during the season finale.

Watch, below…

Unheard Zeppelin Coming…

  • 1:47 pm Tuesday, December 19th, 2017 by hildiwmmo

Jimmy Page is working on a new Led Zeppelin collection in honor of the 50th anniversary next year.

Page said there will be “all manner of surprises coming out” – including previously unheard Led Zeppelin music.

Sure would be awesome if the unheard material is Led Zeppelin live in action. Page did not elaborate on whether that was the case or if the material was gleaned from studio outtakes or remasters.

Read More Here.

Alice Cooper Will Be Part Of “Jesus Christ Superstar” On Live TV

  • 12:16 am Thursday, December 14th, 2017 by Joe Rock

Alice Copper is excited to be part of the cast for “Jesus Christ Superstar” on NBC Live. Hear him do one of the songs from the show.

WMMO PRESENTS : BOB SEGER’S “I KNEW YOU WHEN” : THE ALL ACCESS PODCAST

  • 1:04 am Wednesday, December 13th, 2017 by Joe Rock

Hear a brand new interview with Bob as he takes us through the making of the album, his recent tour and more.

If “Bohemian Rhapsody” Was A Christmas Song Plus A Bonus Zeppelin XMas Tune

  • 12:44 am Wednesday, December 13th, 2017 by Joe Rock

Hysterical Christmas music parodies of songs from Queen and Led Zeppelin.

Only U2 Has Now Hit #1 Every Decade 80s-2010s

  • 4:17 pm Monday, December 11th, 2017 by hildiwmmo

U2’s new album “Songs of Experience” is #1 this week on the Billboard Top 200 album chart.

This is the band’s 8th #1 album. In addition to their brand new album, previous Billboard #1 albums include: No Line on the Horizon (2009), How to Dismantle an Atomic Bomb (2004), Pop (1997), Zooropa (1993), Achtung Baby (1991), the Rattle and Hum soundtrack (1988) and The Joshua Tree (1987).

This feat now makes U2 the only group with an album that’s hit #1 in every decade from the 80s to the 2010’s. That’s 4 decades, if you’re counting.