Watch as Alice Cooper is joined by a supergroup featuring members of Night Ranger, Rainbow and the E Street Band for Cooper's annual Christmas Pudding benefit show.
The all-star Camp Freddy band, who've now changed their name to the Royal Machines, continued a tradition of guest-packed holiday shows this weekend as they welcomed Ozzy Osbourne to the stage.
Fans can finally watch the long-sought-after coffee commercial featuring Paul Stanley, featured above, putting images together with a Folgers jingle that's been passed around since at least 2008.
Joe Walsh joined the Eagles in December 1975.
Even as we celebrate another class of Rock and Roll Hall of Famers, it's difficult not to cast a frustrated glance over to the ones left behind.
In a disturbing, and frankly disgusting, story from outside the world of classic rock, a DJ in Chile found out how far one fan was willing to go for free concert tickets.
Rush marked their 40th anniversary with a deluxe 10-disc set of concert recordings -- and now you can celebrate, too.
Anthrax's Scott Ian understands why Gene Simmons said rock is dead -- but not, in a larger sense, with the premise.
Extreme guitarist Nuno Bettencourt has been in an unlikely situation lately -- touring with pop superstar Rihanna -- and he's found himself impressed.
If you missed Elton John's celebrated appearance last summer at Bonnaroo, you can download it now