Many people don't realize it, but the struggle with addiction doesn't end after rehab; it's a lifelong fight, and one that requires lifelong commitment.
Former Styx frontman Dennis DeYoung recently told us that classic rock died in 1979, and even if you dispute his timeline, there's no getting around the decade's hold on fans of the genre.
The set lists promise to be heavy with classics when the Allman Brothers Band conclude their reign as one of rock's top live draws with one last six-night stand at New York's Beacon Theatre this month, but don't expect any famous friends or faces from the past to join them.
The musician responsible for one of rock's most memorable sax riffs has passed away at the age of 60 following what press reports are calling a "suspected heart attack."
Just looking at George Clinton is enough to tell you that he's lived through enough stories to fill a shelf full of memoirs, and his new autobiography, the excellently titled 'Brothas Be, Yo Like George, Ain't That Funkin' Kinda Hard on You?,' definitely delivers.
The devil goes by many names, but whether you call him Beelzebub, Lucifer or just plain Satan, he's provided musical inspiration for some of metal's finest.
Most Led Zeppelin fans are aware of the fact that Jimmy Page was highly in demand as a session guitarist before joining the Yardbirds in the '60s.
Clive Beer-Jones, a co-founding member of the early British prog metal band Black Widow, has passed away at the age of 65.
Theory of a Deadman found some high-profile help for their new 'Savages' LP when they reached out to Alice Cooper for a cameo appearance on the title track.
We know he can keep the beat well enough to dance with himself, and he's also a good person to ask when trying to decide whether it's a nice day to have a white wedding.