There are so many rock songs about highways that you could spend years trying to listen to them all, but this edition of Clash of the Titans narrows our focus down to two of the greatest.
Out on the publicity trail to promote his new autobiography 'Anger Is an Energy: My Life Uncensored,' former Sex Pistols singer John Lydon has unburdened himself of lingering guilt he's long felt regarding the 1979 death of the band's bassist, Sid Vicious.
Foo Fighters fans have only a few days to wait before we all get to hear the first single from the band's new 'Sonic Highways' album.
'The Simpsons' has aired hundreds of couch gags over its years on the air (seriously, just look at them all), establishing a rich tradition that includes some of the most memorable show openers in TV history.
A vintage performance from Aerosmith's classic '70s era has made its way back to collectors.
With Sammy Hagar's new 'Lite Roast' acoustic album coming out this week, we thought this would be the perfect time to take a look in the Red Rocker's personal file and dig up a few lesser-known facts about the Chickenfoot frontman.
How do you release a double album that goes multi-platinum, breaks the Top Five, spawns multiple hit singles, and spends months in the Top 40 while still being widely regarded as an artistic folly and a flop?
In 1974, Billy Joel had one hit album under his belt (1973's 'Piano Man') and a whole bunch of platinum records in his future (starting with 1977's 'The Stranger').
There's plenty of room for all you headbanging whippersnappers on Rob Halford's lawn.
Velvet Revolver have been in limbo ever since the band parted ways with singer Scott Weiland, but Slash still thinks a replacement is on the horizon.