The Rolling Stones will be back on the road — and back in the United States — this summer.
Genesis weathered a number of ups and downs during the '70s, scaling ever-greater heights of commercial success even as a series of lineup changes thinned the band's ranks to a trio.
David Lee Roth started Van Halen's performance on Jimmy Kimmel Live! yesterday with some new hair on his recently shorn head, and finished it with a new bandage on his face.
Jeremy Brown, lead guitarist for Scott Weiland's band the Wildabouts, has passed away.
Ginger Baker wasn't happy about the way Blind Faith fell apart in late 1969, but he didn't waste any time moping about it; instead, he went and started a whole new band.
AC/DC offer fans a glimpse of what goes into the making of a music video with this brief compilation of behind-the-scenes footage from their new clip for "Rock the Blues Away."
Led Zeppelin were still a young band when they made their second tour of the States in 1970.
Confirming weeks of rumors, Lamb of God drummer Chris Adler has been announced as Megadeth's drummer for the band's upcoming album.
The Who have started other tours believing they were bidding farewell to the road, but Roger Daltrey knows the group's 50th anniversary dates are definitely the "last big tour we'll ever do."
Skid Row released their last album with Sebastian Bach, 'Subhuman Race,' on March 28, 1995.