The Muppets Meeting Rock Stars: 31 Magical Moments
Throughout its five-season run, 'The Muppet Show' brought in some of the world's best-loved entertainers as guest stars, including musicians from rock, pop and country.
Eagles Are Still Adding Concert Dates
Another week, another round of Eagles shows.
Monkees' Micky Dolenz and Mike Nesmith Announce First Duo Tour
It's not an official reunion of the Monkees, but it's close.
Todd Rundgren's Utopia Return for Spring North American Tour
Todd Rundgren's upcoming tour dates feature a trio of mid-'70s era members of Utopia.
Radiohead Announce 2018 North American Tour
Radiohead have lined up a series of summer tour dates that will bring the band back to North American audiences for the first time since last spring.
Alice Cooper Recalls Two Recent Near-Death Experiences
Alice Cooper laughed off his experiences of a car crash and the Hawaiian nuclear attack warning that took place in the run-up to his 70th birthday.
Steven Tyler Calls on Congress to Modernize Music Industry
Aerosmith frontman Steven Tyler called on Congress to support a proposed law change that he said would protect the interests of future songwriters, and therefore the entire music industry.
Why Stevie Nicks Limits Her Fleetwood Mac Activity
Stevie Nicks explained why she believed fans should only hear from Fleetwood Mac every three years.
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.
Chicago Announce 'VI Decades Live' Box
Chicago have been one of rock's most consistently busy touring acts for decades.
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.
Alice Cooper, Motley Crue Get Their Own Funko Pop! Figures
Alice Cooper and 'Shout at the Devil'-era Motley Crue are the latest rock stars to get their own Funko Pop! figures.
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.
Cheap Trick Comes to Delaware County Fair in 2018
The Delaware County Fair will celebrate 150 years of 'Inspiring Greatest' this year, and Cheap Trick will headline Friday night's entertainment.
Jimmy Page Says a New Led Zeppelin Live Album Is in the Works
Jimmy Page said more recordings of Led Zeppelin in concert are on the way.
Is This the Future of Concert Venues?
The owners of New York’s Madison Square Garden revealed plans for a new Las Vegas venue that will harness the most cutting-edge technology.
KISS Comic Arriving for Valentine's Day
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Rob Halford on Glenn Tipton's Decision to Step Away From Touring
The singer offers insight into the discussions concerning Tipton's exit from the road.
Gene Simmons Announces New Book About Rock's '27 Club'
Gene Simmons' next book will delve into the mythology surrounding the "27 club" of celebrities who've died at the age of 27.
14 Awesome Metal Love Songs That Aren't Ballads
So you want some love songs, but you don't want to lose your metal credibility? We've got you covered.