Ann Wilson Aims for Heart Reunion in 2019
Talks to take place with sister Nancy soon -- but singer has conditions.
Revisiting Vince Neil’s Ambitious ‘Carved in Stone’
Out of Motley Crue, singer decided to attempt a hip-hop crossover album in 1995.
Ozzy Osbourne Didn’t Enjoy Black Sabbath Reunion
Singer recalls “bad vibes” during iconic band’s final years.
Tom Petty Camp Plotting 'Wildflowers' Box, '97 Fillmore Live Set
Mike Campbell talked about the possibility of more archival releases from late band leader.
Come Together: Paul McCartney Recalls Beatles Group Masturbation
Former Beatle shared bonding experiences they “didn’t think much of” at the time.
Slash Admits Guns N' Roses' Songs Are 'Sort of Sexist'
Slash defended charges of sexism against the band's early songs, saying they weren't "malicious."
Dee Snider Left With ‘Emotional Scars’ From Early Club Shows
Twister Sister frontman recalled overheated London concerts that helped secure band’s reputation.
Neal Schon: Steve Perry Collaboration Would Create Something New
Journey guitarist can’t stop speculating over possibility of working with singer again.
Watch Airport Staff Perform Queen’s ‘I Want to Break Free’
Video celebrates former baggage handler Freddie Mercury’s birthday.
Paul McCartney to Livestream Secret New York Concert
Event coincides with release of new album 'Egypt Station.'
Mick Jagger Hints at ‘New Tunes’ From Rolling Stones
Singer shares video of recording harmonica part after manager hints that 2019 will be a busy year for the veteran band.
Paul McCartney ‘Saw God’ While Taking Drugs
He recalls experience that became a “clue” to his spirituality during Beatles era.
Steve Perry Rules Out Return to Journey
Journey's former singer says they’ll keep going their “separate ways” and that he has more solo songs to record.
Metallica Begin 2018 'WorldWired' North American Tour
We've got the set list and video from the opening night of the second North American leg of Metallica's WorldWired tour.
Paul McCartney Announces First U.S. Shows of 2019
Freshen Up tour will make its way to the States next year.
Watch Elton John Fail to Rap in New Commercial
He plays version of rising star Boogie, who can’t perform till he’s eaten a Snickers bar.
How to Watch Aretha Franklin's Funeral
Friday's service will be broadcast online and on TV.
Dire Straits Legacy Announce First-Ever U.S. Tour
Trevor Horn and Steve Ferrone in lineup that also features Alan Clark, Danny Cummings, Mel Collins and Phil Palmer.
Jon Anderson Recalls Fear of Death at Argentina Show
Yes were the first British band to play there after Falklands War, and singer was worried about being targeted onstage.
'I Was... F---ed Up': The Album Jerry Cantrell Can't Revisit Yet
“I was just really f---d up back then to be honest with you, and you can totally hear it on that record."