Most major albums have been remastered more than once at this point, and not always for the better.
Pete Townshend's new classical version of "Love Reign O'er Me" reworks the Who's 1973 classic features the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, but no Roger Daltrey.
Next to Van Halen’s spiteful parting with David Lee Roth, no other singer vs. band debacle in the pop-metal scene generated more press or tested allegiances harder than Motley Crue’s ugly divorce from singer Vince Neil in 1992.
Streaming or simulcasting concerts is becoming more common — even the Grateful Dead are getting in on it — but the members of Rush still prefer a more traditional approach.
Stephen Stills' annual Light Up the Blues benefit concert is never short on big-name guests, and this year's lineup boasted something truly special: the chance to watch Stills and his on-again, off-again partner Neil Young reunite onstage for a good cause.
On April 27, 1979, the other members of Black Sabbath decided that they’d finally had enough of lead singer Ozzy Osbourne and his out-of-control behavior and showed him the door.
Sid Tepper, who famously co-wrote more than 40 songs for Elvis Presley, is dead at age 96.
Bob Ezrin, best known for his work as a producer with Alice Cooper, Pink Floyd and Kiss, has taken a hard look at the current state of music – and he's horrified.
The difficulties of being Ringo Starr was the subject of a cheesy TV special in April 1978.
Robin Trower's power trio masterpiece, 'Bridge of Sighs,' was released in April 1974.