See a different side of pro wrestler and 2011 Revolver Golden Gods host Chris Jericho, as he twinkles his toes on the season premiere of ABC’s Dancing With the Stars tonight at 8 P.M. EST. Moreover Jericho, who also fronts the hard-rock band Fozzy, promises you will be entertained. “Every performance I do is going […]
Chris Jericho, the host of the Revolver Golden Gods Awards 2011, makes you an offer you can’t refuse. Vote!
Chris Jericho and Wendy Dio speak about the 2011 Revolver Golden Gods Awards and how it will be honoring the legacy of Ronnie James Dio.
Sebastian Bach teaches friend and Revolver Golden Gods host Chris Jericho how to hit the high notes.
On stands now, the 2010 REVOLVER MAGAZINE GOLDEN GODS issue is not to be missed. The double-sized issue boasts an all-star cover featuring the REVOLVER GOLDEN GODS AWARDS winners, performers and presenters—including OZZY OSBOURNE, LEMMY KILMISTER of Motörhead, ROB HALFORD of Judas Priest, DAVE GROHL, ALICE COOPER, CHINO MORENO of Deftones, ROB ZOMBIE, ZAKK WYLDE of Black Label Society, VINNIE PAUL of Hellyeah, JERRY CANTRELL of Alice In Chains, CHRIS JERICHO of WWE and Fozzy, KAT VON D, MARC COLOMBO of the Dallas Cowboys and Free Reign, and more.
Renowned swords-and-sorcery artists Boris Vallejo and Julie Bell have immortalized co-hosts Chris Jericho and Andrew W.K. taming the Golden Gods Griffins in anticipation of the VH1 Classic airing on Saturday, May 22! Check out the epic poster after the jump, and make sure to tune in for VH1 Classic’s broadcast of highlights from the award show!
Click here for a glimpse of all the action that took place at the Revolver Golden Gods Awards! For a deeper look, keep checking back right here. And pick up the May/June issue of Revolver on stands May 11 and tune into VH1 Classic on May 22 to relive all the epic moments.
Like you, we here at Revolver are still mourning the loss of Avenged Sevenfold drummer Jimmy “The Rev” Sullivan. That’s why we included a poster of him and an obituary in the March/April issue, on stands now. Many of the Rev’s peers wanted to weigh in, too. So over the coming days, we’ll post remembrances by the Rev’s friends, people he looked up to and artists who looked up to him.