Mad Season reunited for a special concert with the Seattle Symphony last night (Jan. 30).
Billy Joel has been one of rock's steadiest live draws since he first hit the touring circuit as a solo act in the early '70s.
Rob Zombie will co-headline the 2015 Loudwire Music Festival, to be held at the Jam Ranch on June 26-28 outside Grand Junction, Colo.
While they're waiting for the band's new album, Def Leppard fans in the U.S. can also look forward to summer tour dates -- at least two of them, anyway.
Several weeks after their surprising announcement as headliners at this year's Coachella Festival, Steely Dan have added a brief string of West Coast dates to their 2015 tour itinerary.
The Teenage Cancer Trust, the charity founded by Roger Daltrey, has announced that its annual week of benefit concerts, which will be held on March 23-28 at London’s Royal Albert Hall.
Two months ago, Faith No More unveiled their first new song since 1997.
Mark Knopfler fans worldwide can rejoice: the ex-Dire Straits leader has added an extensive round of North American dates to the already-announced European leg of his 2015 tour.
The Allman Brothers Band may have ground to a halt, but former leader Gregg Allman clearly isn't planning on becoming a homebody.
Two of the most-loved acts of the mid-to-late ‘70s will be hitting the stage together this summer.