Scott Weiland fans might think they're showing their support by continuing to turn out for gigs and new albums no matter how much he struggles with substance abuse and personal problems, but Filter frontman Richard Patrick suggests they really aren't doing Weiland any favors.
For most of us, the idea that any organized authority would ever attempt to make rock music illegal sounds like bad science fiction, or the plot of a horrible old Keel video.
Being a member of one of the biggest rock bands on the planet has its advantages.
Much has been made of the nefarious plans that recently led to Phil Rudd making a guilty plea in court, but the AC/DC drummer also had a number of legitimate business pursuits in the New Zealand town he's called home.
In 1975, Funkadelic still had a few years to go before they'd unite us as one nation under a groove, but they offered a pungent whiff of things to come with their seventh LP, Let's Take It to the Stage.
On April 21, 1970, Elton John set out on his first world tour as a solo artist. By the time it was over, his entire life would change.
Rick Wakeman has logged countless road miles during his decades in the rock 'n' roll trenches, and now he's putting all that experience to good use as the host of a new BBC documentary.
As the Moody Blues eye the impending 50th anniversary of their landmark 1967 album Days of Future Passed, bassist John Lodge is entertaining thoughts of a special celebration.
Mötley Crüe just added another leg of dates to their farewell tour, but don't expect to see a return to Hollywood's famed Whisky a Go Go club on the itinerary.
It was difficult for Vivian Campbell to say goodbye to his long hair when he underwent treatment for cancer, but the experience proved to be one of many powerful lessons he learned from the disease.