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Billy Idol + Miley Cyrus Team Up to Perform ‘Rebel Yell’ at iHeartRadio Festival
Billy Idol stole the spotlight at last night's iHeartRadio music festival by inviting pop star Miley Cyrus to join him for an energetic duet on his 1983 smash "Rebel Yell."
Watch Angus Young Salute Cliff Williams at His Last AC/DC Show
Guitarist Angus Young offered a special tour-ending salute to bassist Cliff Williams, who is retiring from AC/DC.
Why Mitch Malloy Didn’t Join Van Halen
Mitch Malloy says he turned down an offer to join Van Halen because it was clear something was amiss.
How Axl Rose Has Changed AC/DC’s Set Lists
AC/DC's shows have gotten longer and more focused on their early years since Axl Rose joined as lead singer.
ZZ Top Grab Some ‘Tush’ on ‘Greatest Hits Live': Exclusive Premiere
Check out an exclusive preview of ZZ Top's 1975 classic from their first-ever official live album, 'Greatest Hits Live'
Hear Sting’s New Song, ‘I Can’t Stop Thinking About You’
Sting has released the first single from his upcoming '57th & 9th' album, which is reportedly a return to more straight-ahead rock and roll.
Ted Nugent Concert Review: ‘We’re the Only Ones to Do It Like This Anymore’
Taking a summer off has done nothing to diminish Ted Nugent's guitar playing, which remains the perfect blend of precision and madness.
AC/DC + Axl Rose Bust Out ‘Live Wire’ for Their First U.S. Show Together
Holy smoke and sweet desire! AC/DC celebrated their first United States concert with Axl Rose by performing the 1975 T.N.T. classic "Live Wire" for the first time in over 30 years.
‘Kiss Rocks Vegas': Video Review
The first concert film from Kiss in nearly 10 years finds the group cramming their famously over-the-top stage show into an atypically intimate setting.
Moody Blues Announce Artists and Dates for 2018 Cruise
The fifth Moody Blues cruise, set for Jan. 2-7, 2018, features Alan Parsons, Jefferson Starship, Dave Mason, Richie Furay and others.