An arrest warrant was issued for AC/DC drummer Phil Rudd after he failed to show up for his court hearing in New Zealand today.
Well, it looks like we're never going to see Taylor Swift portray Joni Mitchell in a proposed movie about pioneering women singer-songwriters.
Kansas fans will get a long-overdue look behind the scenes of the veteran band's long journey when 'Miracles Out of Nowhere,' a new documentary and retrospective CD, arrives in March 2015.
As soon as the Queen of England decided to bestow one of the country's highest honors upon John Lennon, almost anyone could have guessed it wasn't going to end well.
Howard Stern will temporarily turn his Howard 101 SiriusXM channel over to Graham Nash tomorrow.
It's the runaways against the fallen angels, the bad medicine-takers against the dirty-talkers.
During the past two baseball seasons, the San Francisco Giants have invited hometown heroes Metallica out to perform for the crowd at a specially designated Metallica Night, and that tradition will continue in 2015.
On Nov. 25, 1984, dozens of the biggest U.K. musicians — past and present — gathered in Trevor Horn's London studio under the moniker Band Aid to record the now-classic holiday song 'Do They Know It's Christmas?'
None of us will ever really know how it feels for Angus Young to soldier on with AC/DC in the absence of his brother Malcolm -- and the private Youngs no doubt prefer it that way.
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.