Everything finally seemed to be coming together for John Lennon, as he took the stage for what would sadly become his last public performance on April 18, 1975.
When considering a list of Fleetwood Mac albums, it's easy to focus on Lindsey Buckingham and Stevie Nicks.
Bill Ward says he's not sure if he's still a member of Black Sabbath, though he notes that he's "neither severed not discontinued my relationship" with the group.
Bark it, bark it, bark it out loud!
As AC/DC prepare to launch their first-ever tour without co-founding member Malcolm Young, singer Brian Johnson admits that he's thinking more about death these days.
As another group marches into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, let's pause for a moment to recognize the many artists who've yet to be recognized.
What better way to introduce the new "El Diablo" burger from Carl's Jr. and Hardee's than with one of Motley Crue's most devilishly famous songs?
Roger Waters' 'Amused to Death,' a guest-packed – and still very relevant – indictment of a screen-obsessed culture, is returning with a multi-format remastering.
You're about to see the most rock 'n' roll thing that's happened in puppetry since Animal's wild-eyed solos on the old 'Muppet Show.'
Frontman Kevin Cronin was having a humorous conversation with a TMZ reporter about the implications of REO Speedwagon's "Take It On the Run" when his son, clearly bored, said something awful.