Something tells us Sebastian Bach won't be sharing any festival bills with Stryper and Sweet & Lynch singer Michael Sweet anytime soon.
Billy Joel has been one of rock's steadiest live draws since he first hit the touring circuit as a solo act in the early '70s.
The Doobie Brothers have played to countless crowds over the years, but one of their most memorable gigs got its start on Jan. 28, 1978, when the band tried to do a nice thing for some high school students and ended up being bootlegged by a kid wearing a trench coat and a beret.
Skins-pounding brothers Carmine and Vinny Appice have posted a video, titled 'Stand Up and Shout!,' from their new 'Drum Wars' live CD.
Alice Cooper has hatched a novel plan for ending the last stop on Motley Crue's farewell tour.
Like anyone who's just been through a trip to the hoosegow, Geezer Butler knows he probably shouldn't say too much about his case in public.
Weeks after unveiling the cover art for his new solo album 'No Pier Pressure,' Brian Wilson has revealed the track listing -- and announced an April 7 release for the LP.
While they're waiting for the band's new album, Def Leppard fans in the U.S. can also look forward to summer tour dates -- at least two of them, anyway.
Ringo Starr will return in March with his 17th studio album, 'Postcards From Paradise.'
"They're nasty little birds, black and shiny. You see 'em by the side of the road, eating dead carcasses."