Holidays are made for bitching, so what better season to kick off an all-bitch edition of Clash of the Titans by pitting Elton John's 'The Bitch Is Back' against the Rolling Stones' 'Bitch'?
Randy Bachman rounded up a few famous friends for his next album, titled 'Heavy Blues' and due for release on April 15, 2015.
Ringo Starr, Joan Jett and Green Day are among the next crop of new inductees into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame -- and not surprisingly, they're all feeling pretty good about it.
More than 20 years after the band's reunion -- and weathering countless lineup changes along the way -- the Yardbirds appear to be back in limbo, at least temporarily.
Creed frontman Scott Stapp has assured fans that despite all appearances, he's totally sober and in his right mind.
Judas Priest and Steel Panther clearly had a good time on the road together.
Word to the wise, courtesy of Coldplay frontman Chris Martin: If you want David Bowie to appear on your album, you'd better bring your A game.
It isn't quite the world tour that many fans are anticipating, but AC/DC have started filling out their 2015 calendar with the first of what we hope will be many live dates.
If the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame decided its inductions according to fan ballots, Stevie Ray Vaughan would be a shoo-in for 2015.
The last time Vivian Campbell heard Def Leppard's new album, it was shaping up to be "on the heavier side," but things may have changed since then.