All of today's top music news stories
ZZ Top announced that they have been forced to delay the kick off of their North American summer tour because bassist Dusty Hill will be undergoing surgery
Killswitch Engage guitarist Joel Stroetzel has dropped off the band's US tour to deal with a 'family emergency,' they've confirmed.
Tim Alexander, the drummer for Primus and Puscifer, suffered a heart attack over the weekend, and yesterday (July 21) he underwent an open-heart procedure
A few days after streaming five new songs on his website, Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers' entire new album is available to stream via NPR ahead of its release next week
Hellion is back. The veteran metal band has announced their plans to release their first new album and launch their first tour in over a decade this October.
Stone Sour have released a new lyric video for their track 'The House Of Gold & Bones,' which is the title track of the group's two-part album release
The Lower Lake High School Cheerleaders are having an all you can eat fund raiser at DJâs pizza in Lower Lake. All you can eat pizza for only $8 dollars! Come out July 30th from 5â8. You can buy your tickets from any of the girls on the team or you can pay at the […]
The Lakeport Police Department has welcomed to its ranks two new reserve officers. Dustin Roderick and Tyler Trouette joined the force and were sworn in by City Clerk Janel Chapman at the Lakeport City Councilâs meeting last week. Lakeport Police Chief Brad Rasmussen pinned the badges on both of the young men. Rasmussen said of […]
Public Works crews will do street maintenance work (micro-chip seal work) on Parallel Drive between Lakeport Boulevard and Highway 175 starting tomorrow. Work will be done from 7am to 5pm. Lake closures and traffic controls will be in place until the work is completed. Motorists are advised to expect delays and should use caution when […]
A $5 million bail was granted for a man who has been behind bars on a no bail hold for nearly three years. 52 year old Daniel Ray Loyd is accused of the murder of Cindy Quiett in September of 2011. âIâm not sure that this represents progress â but from a strictly legal perspective […]
The Mendocino County Board of Supervisors will meet today at the County Administration Building. Topics on the agenda for today include: â¢ The Mendocino County Drought Ad Hoc Committee will give an update from a recent committee meeting. The committee wants to approve sending letters to the State Water Resources Control Board and Sonoma Water […]
Last week, the Mendocino County Board of Supervisors approved a letter of support for a State Assembly bill that would rename a portion of Highway 1 as a memorial to fallen Mendocino County Sheriffâs Deputy Ricky Del Fiorentino. A three-mile stretch of Highway 1 north of Fort Bragg, from mile post marker 62 southbound to […]
The Area Agency on Aging of Lake & Mendocino Counties has announced that a free coupon booklet worth $20.00 is now available for low-income older adults to be used for the purchase of vegetables and fruits. Those eligible for the coupon booklet must be at least 60 years of age and income cannot exceed 185 […]
Lake Countyâs unemployment in June moved up slightly according the latest Employment Development Department report. The June unemployment rate was 9.1 percent, up from the revised May rate of 9 percent but well below the June 2013 rate of 11.9 percent. The stateâs unemployment rate decreased to 7.4 percent from the 7.6 percent reported in […]