Paul McCartney to Release Two Previously Unheard Songs
The tracks "Home Tonight" and "In a Hurry" were originally recorded during the 'Egypt Station' sessions.
38 Special and Lynyrd Skynyrd Bassist Larry Junstrom Dies at 70
In addition to being Skynyrd's founding bassist, he played on all of 38 Special's studio albums.
Kiss to Play Special Concert for Great White Sharks
Band will perform on a glass-bottom boat off the coast of Australia.
Thirty Percent of Spotify Beatles Streams Are by 18-24-Year-Olds
Their music has been accessed nearly 1.7 billion times during 2019.
Watch Sammy Hagar's New 'Space Between' Short Film
The piece is a visual companion to the Red Rocker's recent album with the Circle.
David Lee Roth Will Release Album He Wrote With John 5
Van Halen singer says LP is part of the “revision” he’s made to his career.
Pete Townshend Says Rock Isn’t Dead, But Guitar Based Rock Is
The Who veteran believes virtuosos have “exhausted the possibilities” but that things will change again in the future.
Rock & Roll Hall of Fame 2020 Induction to be Broadcast Live
New chairman John Sykes says he wants to “expose as many people as possible to all the incredible music that surrounds us.”
See First Footage of David Lee Roth's Twin-Guitar Las Vegas Band
Singer warmed up his band in front of some invited guests.
Dee Snider Blasts NFL for Ignoring 'Heavy Music' at Super Bowl
Twisted Sister frontman wants hard rock and metal at pro football's biggest game.
35 Years Ago: Eddie Van Halen Scores Film 'The Wild Life'
The score was never officially released, making it some of the rarest material of the guitarist's career.
The Who and Aerosmith Call Off Shows Over Singers’ Voices
Roger Daltrey and Steven Tyler both suffer health issues.
Bruce Springsteen to Release 'Western Stars: Songs From the Film'
He says a refurbished barn in Colts Neck, N.J., provided the perfect setting for this one-time performance.