Foreigner Announce Live Orchestral CD/DVD Release
Foreigner recast some of their biggest hits and fan favorites in a new musical light on a new orchestral album.
Billy Corgan's Emotional Reunion With 'Siamese Dream' Cover Stars
Smashing Pumpkins frontman Billy Corgan waxes emotional in Instagram post following the reunion of the two young girls featured on the 'Siamese Dream' cover.
Watch QOTSA Cover Elton John's 'Goodbye Yellow Brick Road'
Queens of the Stone Age had some surprises in store for their L.A. fans this weekend - including a cover of Elton John's "Goodbye Yellow Brick Road."
Kiss Fans - Meet the New 'Dr. Love'
A guest vocal appearance by a fan left Kiss co-founder Gene Simmons marveling at the "remarkable young man" he'd just seen in action.
Watch Bob Seger’s ‘I Knew You When’ Lyric Video
Bob Seger released a video for the title track from latest album “I Knew You When,” dedicated to the late Glenn Frey of the Eagles.
Why Stevie Nicks Limits Her Fleetwood Mac Activity
Stevie Nicks explained why she believed fans should only hear from Fleetwood Mac every three years.
Kiss File ‘The End of the Road’ Trademark Bid
Kiss made a bid to trademark the phrase “The End of the Road,” leading to speculation that a farewell is being planned.
Why Ozzy Osbourne Refuses to Play 'Full Album' Live Shows
Ozzy Osbourne revealed the reason he’d never attempt to perform any of his albums in full on stage, ahead of his farewell tour.
The Who to Release 1968 Fillmore East Concert
An oft-bootlegged concert from the Who is getting its first official release.
Pearl Jam Looking to Throw Out Politicians Aligned With Gun Lobby
Pearl Jam has endorsed the Everytown for Gun Safety Action Fund's #ThrowThemOut campaign to elect politicians who don't receive money from the gun lobby.
Elton John Was Hit in the Face With Some Beads
John was leading the band through the night's rendition of "Saturday Night's Alright for Fighting" when a bead necklace came sailing over his piano and pelted him in the mouth.
Robert Plant Shares the Secret to His Long Career
With a new album out and a tour underway, Robert Plant is writing the latest chapter of a musical journey that began 50 years ago with Led Zeppelin.
Chicago Announce 'VI Decades Live' Box
Chicago have been one of rock's most consistently busy touring acts for decades.
55 Years Ago: The Beatles Get Their First No. 1 … Or Do They?
When Beatlemania took hold across Britain in 1963, the country’s media struggled with the reason for their rampant popularity.
Steve Miller Band's Early LPs Collected in New Vinyl Box
To help mark the 50th anniversary of the Steve Miller Band's full-length recorded debut, the group's first nine albums are returning to stores in a vinyl box collection.
Jonathan Cain Calls Feud With Neal Schon a 'Bump in the Road'
Journey keyboardist and guitarist Jonathan Cain said his 2017 feud with guitarist Neal Schon was one of many “bumps in the road” they’ve experienced during a near-40-year relationship.
Smashing Pumpkins Announce 'Shiny and Oh So Bright Tour'
The Smashing Pumpkins are going back on the road this summer.
How Kiss Got That Massive 'Creatures of the Night' Drum Sound
Michael James Jackson explains how he helped Kiss get the massive drum sound featured on their identity-reclaiming 1982 album 'Creatures of the Night.'
Elton John to Collaborate With Beyonce on New 'Lion King' Song
Elton John is going to write a song for Beyonce to play over the end credits for the new version of 'The Lion King.'
Pete Townshend's 'Who Came First' Gets 45th Anniversary Reissue
Pete Townshend's first solo album will mark its 45th anniversary by returning to stores with a second disc of bonus material that includes previously unreleased tracks.