The Classic Rock Awards Creating a Brighter Future  

The Classic Rock Awards Creating a Brighter Future
The partners of the Classic Rock Awards (CRA) met on November 18 and confirmed that, following universal artist support, the Classic Rock Awards will remain in Tokyo. A 90-minute edited broadcast of the event, which took place on November 11 at Ryogoku Kokugikan Stadium in Tokyo, Japan will be seen around the world in over 40 markets internationally. The CRA partners, TeamRock, KLab Entertainment and Parallel Contemporary Music (PCM), will meet again in 2017 to confirm details of the 2017 event. Billy Anderson, CEO of TeamRock stated, “The Classic Rock Awards 2016 was a huge success, involving both artists playing and artists presenting. It was fantastic to receive so much support from rock fans around the world. I would like to thank all of the rock fans in Japan who attended this year’s event for helping to take the Classic Rock Awards to another level.” Click here to view interviews with the artists David Ciclitira, Chairman of PCM said, “As

Johnny Depp to appear as special guest at 2016 Classic Rock Awards in Tokyo 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE, 7 NOVEMBER, 2016 Johnny Depp to appear as special guest at 2016 Classic Rock Awards in Tokyo   Actor and musician Johnny Depp has been added to the list of stars set to appear at the 2016 Classic Rock Roll Of Honour. This year's Classic Rock Awards take place at Ryogoku Kokugikan Stadium in Tokyo, Japan, on November 11. It marks the first time the event has been held in Japan. TeamRock, the global home of rock and metal, has joined forces with KLab Entertainment and Parallel Contemporary Music to put together a truly unforgettable celebration of rock. Johnny Depp will appear at the show as part of an all-star band and joins the previously announced stars Jeff Beck, Jimmy Page, Def Leppard’s Joe Elliott and Phil Collen, Cheap Trick, Kirk Hammett of Metallica, Richie Sambora, Orianthi, Slot Machine, Sarah Geronimo and Bamboo. Johnny Depp is an award-winning international actor, whose credits include starring roles in Edward

Classic Rock Awards 2016 Comes to Tokyo 

Classic Rock Awards 2016 Comes to Tokyo
Classic Rock Awards 2016” Comes to Tokyo on November 11 Jeff Beck to Receive Highest Honors, with Appearances by Cheap Trick, Richie Sambora, and Orianthi with More to be Announced KLab Inc. (TSE1: 3656) Tokyo, Japan – May 31, 2016 – KLab, a leader in online mobile games, announced today that its subsidiary, KLab Entertainment Inc., will host the Classic Rock Awards 2016 + Live Performance event in Tokyo. The awards will be held at Ryogoku Kokugikan Stadium on Friday, November 11. Photo Credit/Performing Artists: (From top left) Jeff Beck, Cheap Trick, Richie Sambora, Orianthi, Jeff Beck, the ultimate rock guitar genius, will receive the highest honors of the night which will also include live appearances by Richie Sambora, the former lead guitarist for Bon Jovi who has garnered critical acclaim for his solo work, and recent Rock and Roll Hall Of Fame inductees Cheap Trick. "It's quite an honor to be considered for the first Classic Rock

AIA Real Life: NOW Festival 2014 

AIA Real Life: NOW Festival 2014
August 15 & 16 saw the inaugural AIA Real Life: NOW festival held at the at the Jamsil Sports Complex Main Stadium, Seoul. Sponsored by AIA, the Festival was the largest music event undertaken by the Company since the inception of its music division.  Promoted by the world's leading live entertainment company, Live Nation, in association with Korea's top artist management firm, YG Entertainment the festival featured some of the world's biggest selling artists, including headline acts, Lady Gaga and YG Family. On Friday 15 August, 2014 35,000 fans flocked to see performances by Rock 'N Roll Radio, twenty one pilots,Sidney Sampson, and Miss Nine, before YG Family took to the stage and closed the show with an epic set which lasted over 4 hours. First up were 2NE1, who opened with their hit songs "Crush" and "Fire" before blowing the crowd away with "Come Back Home" and "Gotta Be You". Epik High then got the crowd dancing with "Fly", before Winner

Patient Gengjee Seeks Return To Winners Circle on Asian Tour 

Patient Gengjee Seeks Return To Winners Circle on Asian Tour
Kuala Lumpur, May 5: Rahil Gangjee’s best result in seven years at the US$1.5 million The Championship at Laguna National on Sunday has given him hope of ending a long 10-year title drought on the Asian Tour. The amiable Indian made a strong debut on the Asian Tour when he won in China in 2004 but has since come up short in his bid to land a second victory on the region’s premier Tour. Gangjee was in the thick of contention at The Championship in Singapore before settling for fourth place. He took pride in his performance which was his best result since finishing third at the 2007 Hero Indian Open. “My game has been pretty good. I think it’s my physical ability to carry on which has been tested these last few weeks. Overall I am really very happy because it is really difficult to stay focus in the heat. You get more and more tired towards the end of the round so I’m glad with how I finished,” said Gangjee. He enjoyed a late