Deep Purple and Judas Priest Set for Fall Run Through Midwest
Heavy metal legends Judas Priest, along with co-headliners Deep Purple, are announcing a summer/fall tour which will take them through the Midwest
Watch the Heartbreakers Play for First Time Since Tom Petty Died
Mike Campbell, Benmont Tench and Steve Ferrone hadn't performed together since tragedy struck the Heartbreakers.
Robin Zander Looks Back at Cheap Trick's Rock Hall Induction
We spoke with Robin Zander about the night Cheap Trick were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
Watch Eddie Vedder Jam with New York Blues Band
Pearl Jam singer Eddie Vedder made a surprise guest appearance with a New York City blues band.
John Lennon’s Self-Portrait as Hitler on Sale for $54,000
A sketch drawn by John Lennon depicting himself as Adolf Hitler is being offered for sale at a price of $54,000.
Neil Young Reunites With Stephen Stills at Benefit Concert
Neil Young reunited with his old colleague Stephen Stills at a Los Angeles benefit concert over the weekend.
Guitar Center Reportedly Facing ‘Imminent Bankrupcty’
Financial service firm S&P downgrades Guitar Center chain of stores, indicating likelihood of bankruptcy in the near future.
Tony Iommi Recalls How Black Sabbath Lost Contact on Tour
Tony Iommi has discussed how touring with Black Sabbath changed over the years as the band members “wanted their own space.”
Bram Tchaikovsky to Release 'Complete Recordings' Box Set
The three albums recorded by power pop legend Bram Tchaikovsky will be reissued in a box set.
40 Years Ago: Ringo Starr Fails to Refocus on 'Bad Boy'
By the time 'Bad Boy' became Ringo Starr's final album of the '70s, he was very much living up to its title.
Live Nation to Eliminate Plastic Straws at Outdoor Venues
If you're attending a concert at an amphitheater owned by Live Nation this summer, you may notice a slight change if you order a beverage.
When Page and Plant Took a Stroll on 'Walking into Clarksdale'
Jimmy Page and Robert Plant's reunion album, 'Walking into Clarksdale,' was a bit of a letdown after their UnLedded shows.
The Whole World Colored Itself Purple to Say Goodbye to Prince
When Prince died two years ago, buildings, bridges and monuments across the country and beyond lit up purple to honor his legacy.
Joe Lynn Turner Is 'Stable' Following Heart Attack
A statement issued by Joe Lynn Turner and his wife declared the former Rainbow and Deep Purple singer to be "stable and in very good spirits."
Lynyrd Skynyrd Announces Final Show
Lynyrd Skynyrd's last-ever concert will be a hometown affair.
Prince's Death Two Years Later: We Ask Our Writers Five Questions
On the second anniversary of Prince's death, our writers look at his music, legacy and the 365 Prince Songs in a Year series.
Scorpions Announce U.S. Tour With Queensryche
After canceling four shows last year, Scorpions are bringing their 'Crazy World' tour back to the U.S.
Soundgarden Members to Play First Show Since Chris Cornell Died
Soundgarden guitarist Kim Thayil and drummer Matt Cameron will take the stage together for the first time since the death of singer Chris Cornell.
Paul Rodgers Announces Release Date for 'Free Spirit' Live CD/DVD
Paul Rodgers has settled on a summer release date for his upcoming live album and concert film, 'Free Spirit – Celebrating the Music of Free.'
Elton John Biopic 'Rocketman' Lands Taron Egerton as Lead
Plans for an Elton John biopic continue to wend their way through development, with the project currently on the verge of securing studio financing.