Two of rock's most charismatic and poetic singers -- Robert Plant and Stevie Nicks -- square off for the right to advance to the finals of the 100 percent fan-voted Ultimate Classic Rock Hall of Fame competition.
With the bracingly raw, energetic 'Live at the Rainbow '74,' a big missing piece in your Queen concert video collection has been filled in spectacular fashion.
Bruce Kulick talks about 'Rise to It,' the leadoff track from Kiss' 1989 album 'Hot in the Shade.'
AC/DC has posted a photograph of their new Malcolm Young-less lineup - and their drummer's also missing.
Reviewing a Styx show that took place aboard a cruise ship without using a single 'Come Sail Away'-related pun is going to be difficult.
Kiss founder Paul Stanley, echoing his bandmate Gene Simmons' much-discussed "rock is dead" declaration, says the group wouldn't stand a chance if it tried to start its career today.
While he steadfastly refused to go into detail about exactly what's gone wrong between himself and former bandmate David Crosby, Neil Young made it very clear that the relationship is indeed fractured during an interview with Howard Stern this morning.
The list of November 2014 New Music Releases finds some of classic rock's biggest names sharing new music and videos -- just in time for your holiday shopping pleasure!
Back in 1999, ZZ Top celebrated their 30th anniversary by releasing their 13th album, 'XXX.'
The family of founding AC/DC guitarist Malcolm Young has confirmed reports that the musician is suffering from dementia, a condition that has forced him to retire permanently from the legendary rock group.