Billy Joel hasn't released an album in more than two decades, leading many to assume he's retired from making music.
Alice Cooper's new take on 'Welcome to My Nightmare,' premiering exclusively here at Ultimate Classic Rock courtesy of UDR Music, arrives just in time for the shiver-inducing Halloween season.
'Wednesday Morning, 3 AM' arrived as Simon and Garfunkel were still finding their inner voice, if not their actual ones.
Aerosmith's Joey Kramer says he's feeling fine, two months after a health scare. So much so that he's ready to take on those who misreported his heart condition as chronic.
U2's Bono hasn't been wearing sunglasses for the last two decades to look cool. Instead, he's battling a light sensitivity caused by glaucoma.
Sting joined 'The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon' last night (Oct. 16) for a funny segment titled 'Stingtones,' in which the former Police frontman put his own unique vocal spin on a series of recognizable ringtones -- only to make a hilarious realization.
Gene Simmons may think rock is dead, but his former touring mate Nikki Sixx of Motley Crue begs to differ.
For Scott Ian, having the chance to work with Roger Daltrey was a dream come true -- until he was asked to critique the long-time Who frontman's performance.
Any Led Zeppelin fan expecting Robert Plant and Jimmy Page's long-awaited reunion to include John Paul Jones must have been stunned to find them working instead with street musicians in Marrakech, Morocco.
As promised, David Bowie's new song 'Sue' finds him taking a jazz-inflected detour, continuing a varied musical career that's been filled with them.