'Down on the Farm' started as a break up record, with Little Feat trying to complete a seventh studio project despite having little help from co-founder Lowell George.
Fredrik Wikingsson got to live out every Bob Dylan fan's secret dream as he sat in the second row of Philadelphia's Academy of Music on Sunday for a concert performed just for him.
Can't wait for AC/DC's 'Rock or Bust' to arrive from Columbia Records on Dec. 2? No problem.
As AC/DC suit up for the release of 'Rock or Bust' next week, Angus Young and Brian Johnson stopped by our office to offer some insight into the creation of the album and the state of rock today.
Freddie Mercury was the face of Queen's wildly popular mixture of hard rock, pop, cabaret, glam and opera in the '70s, before becoming one the the AIDS virus' most well-known casualties in the '90s.
Robert Plant has taken some slings and arrows recently for refusing to reunite with Led Zeppelin, but he says his restless need to try new things actually traces back to before he ever met Jimmy Page.
Dave Grohl briefly started smoking weed again, but has sworn it off thanks to one of reality television's most recognizable names, the Kardashians.
At first, Bono seemed taken aback by the outrage generated by U2's placement of their new album into the iTunes libraries of 700 million users.
Famously fired from Guns N' Roses in 1990 for his rampant drug use, Steven Adler has turned a corner on his addictions.
Jimmy Page launched his highly scrutinized first solo tour on Nov. 21, 1988, at the Hummingbird in Birmingham, England.