New Freddie Mercury 'Never Boring' Box Set Announced
Queen singer's solo career will be chronicled in five-disc collection.
Is Another Wave of Legendary Musician Deaths on the Horizon?
There are a lot of legendary musicians are 70 and older, so they might not be with us much longer.
How Lynyrd Skynyrd’s ‘Free Bird’ Got Longer and Longer
Gary Rossington remembers how signature song came from slow start to fast finish.
Brian Johnson Discusses Writer’s Block on His First AC/DC Album
Singer recalls “weather report” inspiration for “Hell’s Bells” in Dan Rather interview.
Pink Floyd Announce 16-Disc 'The Later Years' Box Set
Collection includes previously unreleased recordings, live material, remixed albums and an array of bonus material.
How Jon Bon Jovi Finally Fell in Love With ‘Livin’ on a Prayer’
Jon Bon Jovi was initially skeptical about his eventual No. 1 hit because it was "so unique."
One Night Of Queen is Making A Triumphant Return to the Quad Cities
Back by popular demand, One Night of Queen!
The Who to Introduce New Music During Fall Orchestral Tour
Get a taste of what to expect from the band's upcoming orchestral shows.
Joan Jett to Join Carrie Underwood on 'Sunday Night Football'
The two stars team up for a new show opening.
‘Holy S––-!’: Def Leppard React to Las Vegas Stage Set
Behind-the-scenes video shows band’s first reaction to Sin City residency venue.
ZZ Top Wrote 'Tush' While 'Farting Around' at Soundcheck
Dusty Hill talks about the creation of band's first Top 40 hit.
Report: Heavy Metal is Actually Good for Headbangers' Health
See the latest study on the subject.
Which Rock Giant Will Release Their Next Album First?
Rating the chances of AC/DC, Guns N’ Roses, Metallica, Iron Maiden and others launching new LPs soon.
See the 'Highway to Hell' Cover AC/DC's U.S. Label Rejected
Atlantic didn't like the idea of the band surrounded by flames and a bass guitar neck serving as a pathway to damnation.
Ringo Starr Confirms Box Set Reissue of Beatles 'Abbey Road'
They have already remastered and expanded 1967's 'Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band' and 1968's self-titled 'White Album.'
Bob Seger’s Proud That ‘Like a Rock’ Sold ‘a Lot of Trucks’
He’d originally held out against Chevrolet’s request to use song in long-running ad campaign.