In retrospect, the longevity of INXS' initial lineup shouldn't come as much of a surprise.
A three-track EP released in Sept. 1979, simply titled '3,' set the stage for everything that would follow for U2.
After their breakout performance at Woodstock earlier that month, the August 1969 release of Santana's self-titled debut must have felt like a preordained hit.
Metallica's James Hetfield didn't get his start, as it's so often stated, with Phantom Lord.
Music fans will have a chance to amass nearly every Stevie Ray Vaughan recording in one place with the Oct. 28 release of 'Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble: The Complete Epic Recordings Collection.'
Jeff Beck will play three already-scheduled shows this weekend as a solo act after ZZ Top left their joint tour due to an injury to Dusty Hill.
A nasty slip for Dusty Hill has forced ZZ Top to call off the rest of their tour with Jeff Beck, beginning with the show that was supposed to take place in Michigan tonight.
ZZ Top's Billy Gibbons sits in with the late Johnny Winter on the appropriately titled 'Where Can You Be,' a blast of incendiary 12-bar blues-rock.
Def Leppard will be featured as part of the pre-game show at the initial NFL game this year in London.
Neil Young's marriage of 36 years to Pegi Young is apparently over.