The Baselworld Watch and Jewellery Show doesn't exactly sound like the type of event where a person is liable to see Sebastian Bach singing an AC/DC classic backed by members of Kiss and Night Ranger bassist Jack Blades.
Aerosmith return to the road June 13 for a series of summer dates they're calling the 'Blue Army Tour.'
Everything Tom Petty touched turned to platinum during the '90s, starting with the sales carryover from his 1989 solo debut Full Moon Fever and continuing through a series of bestselling releases that included a pair of albums with the Heartbreakers, the solo Wildflowers LP and a greatest-hits record that boasted a couple new hits of its own.
Stone Sour are unleashing an EP's worth of covers for Record Store Day on April 18, but you don't have to wait until then to hear their take on Metallica's "Creeping Death."
They brought the world Steve Perry and gave us the courage to play air instruments on camera, and yet there's still so much about Journey that most of us have never bothered to learn.
Dave versus Sammy, Sammy versus Dave.
If you write a hit song, you're supposed to make a bunch of money, but as we all know by now, that isn't always the way it works.
One of the most widely quoted lyrics from the Beatles classic "I Am the Walrus" was an inside — and X-rated — joke between John Lennon and Animals singer Eric Burdon.
Have you ever wondered why the Rolling Stones never bothered writing a title track for Exile on Main St.?
Most of us are never going to have any real idea what goes on behind closed doors at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, but a new Billboard report purports to shed a little light on the occasionally contentious nomination process.