Throughout their life together, John Lennon and Yoko Ono developed a reputation for public absurdism.
Back in December, Ace Frehley revealed that he was working on a covers album.
By 1974, the public feuding between Paul McCartney and John Lennon had reached a detente.
Preston Ritter, who drummed on the Electric Prunes' hits "I Had to Much to Dream (Last Night)" and "Get Me to the World on Time," died yesterday.
The Las Vegas Outlaws kicked off their inaugural season in the Arena Football League last night.
Norman Greenbaum's 1969 hit "Spirit in the Sky" is, along with Nena's "99 Luftballons" and Lipps, Inc.'s "Funkytown," one of the definitive one-hit wonders of the rock era.
The list of April 2015 New Music Releases is a bit longer than a typical month. But then again, not every month has Record Store Day, which happens on April 18.
Robert Plant's perpetual musical restlessness is one of the reasons why his solo career has been so fascinating, particularly in recent years.
Slash featuring Myles Kennedy and the Conspirators celebrated the release of last year's World on Fire with a performance at the Roxy in Los Angeles last September.
On May 19, Sammy Hagar will release At Your Service, a live album culled from dates of his 2014 tour with his new band the Circle.