Roger Waters Announces Additional 2017 Tour Dates
Roger Waters has added more dates to his upcoming tour.
45 Years Ago: Scorpions Release Their Debut Album, 'Lonesome Crow'
Germany's Scorpions have been rocking like a hurricane for so long now, there are actually legions of fans who know them only by their hit '80s albums.
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Steve Stevens Talks Songwriting Sessions for Ozzy Osbourne's Next Solo LP
Ozzy Osbourne follows his own path, at his own speed, and no one ever really knows what he's going to do except Osbourne himself.
Watch Bruce Springsteen Perform 'Growin' Up' With Teen Fan at Australian Show
Pretty much every young music fan dreams of performing with his or her heroes, but for most of us, the reality of being invited up onstage would prove nerve-wracking.
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Kiss Unmask to Raise More Than $1.2 Million for Military Museum
Kiss don't often play without their signature makeup these days, but they're definitely willing to do it for a good cause.
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35 Years Ago: Pat Benatar Marries Neil Giraldo in a Secret Ceremony
Pat Benatar and Neil Giraldo have been bandmates since 1979, lovers since a little while after that and husband-and-wife since 1982.
Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr Reunite in Studio
Former Beatles members Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr reunited in the studio this past weekend to work on a song together.
45 Years Ago: Todd Rundgren Goes Solo and Makes a Masterpiece With 'Something / Anything?'
Todd Rundgren seemed to be on the verge of something big since the late '60s. Here's where he finally took that step.
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45 Years Ago: Paul McCartney Releases the Controversial 'Give Ireland Back to the Irish'
In 1972 Paul McCartney released “Give Ireland Back to the Irish.” It seemed to be an act of honesty… was there more to it?
James Brown Drummer Clyde Stubblefield Dies
Clyde Stubblefield, who played on many of James Brown's most important records, has died at 74.
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Cruise to the Edge 2017: Yes Revamp 'Drama,' Honor John Wetton
The spirit of John Wetton hovered over this year's installment of Yes' Cruise to the Edge.
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Steven Adler Answers Every Imaginable Question About His Role in the Guns N' Roses Reunion
The band's original drummer explains how he got booted from the Guns N' Roses reunion tour.
30 Years Ago: Lou Gramm Goes Solo With 'Ready or Not'
Lou Gramm had a major hit on his first solo record with "Midnight Blue," but Foreigner quickly beckoned him back.
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35 Years Ago: Jimmy Page Returns With 'Death Wish II' Soundtrack
The death of drummer John Bonham in September 1980 didn’t just spell the end of Led Zeppelin. For a time, the surviving members of the band disappeared completely from the spotlight.
Tickets on Sale Now! Five Things to Look Forward to on Metallica's 'WorldWired' Tour
Metallica's 2017 Worldwired tour looks like it could easily be the concert event of the year.
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Did Mick Jagger Write an Unpublished Memoir?
The Rolling Stones' management team has declined to either confirm or deny that a Mick Jagger memoir even exists.
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Roger Waters Could Perform 'The Wall' at the U.S.-Mexico Border
It remains to be seen whether Donald Trump will get the "big, beautiful wall" he's advocated building between the United States and Mexico. But if nothing else, he's given Roger Waters an idea.
Moody Blues Announce 'Days of Future Passed' 50th Anniversary Tour
The Moody Blues will spend this summer on the road, commemorating the 50th anniversary of their breakthrough Days of Future Passed LP.
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Anthrax Cover Kansas for New Expanded Vinyl Reissue of 'For All Kings'
Anthrax's latest cool classic rock cover is "Carry On Wayward Son" from Kansas.