Hardcore Who fans that have dreamed of finding a way to get even closer to the band's music now have their wish, thanks to a 3D virtual reality app dreamed up by singer Roger Daltrey's son Jamie.
The Rolling Stones have settled a potentially nasty legal battle with their insurance company, but that doesn't mean they're finished slugging it out in the press.
Of all the interviews Jimmy Page will sit for during the press tour in support of his new photographic memoir, this one might be the strangest.
When the members of AC/DC titled their new album 'Rock or Bust,' they meant it.
Sammy Hagar recently said he'd be open to reuniting with Van Halen if everyone could really get their act together, but make no mistake -- he hasn't forgiven Alex and Eddie Van Halen.
Because just one movie starring Kevin James as a buffoonish security guard wasn't enough for America, now we have 'Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2' on the way.
If it seems like Dave Grohl has been everywhere lately, well, that's because it's basically true.
As often as not, bands tend to distance themselves from the reissue projects released in their name, saying the label handled everything and they weren't even involved.
Every classic rock fan knows by now that just because a band member says the group is finished for good, that doesn't mean more new music won't surface at some point.
Jimmy Fallon asked U2 to spend a week sitting in on 'The Tonight Show,' and through the wonders of modern technology, that invitation has been extended to the band's fans.