Bono says he's isn't surprised Sharon Osbourne that took to Twitter for a profanity-laced rant about U2's recent iTunes album giveaway.
Don't expect Slash to join the funeral procession for rock 'n' roll anytime soon.
The guitar legend stopped by the Ultimate Classic Rock offices to discuss his new 'World on Fire' LP recently, and we couldn't help but ask for his thoughts regarding Gene Simmons' recent pronouncement that rock is dead. And while he admitted that he understa
The last time Paul Simon was part of a stage theater production, it was as the co-writer of his poorly received 1998 Broadway play 'The Capeman.'
A U.S. district judge in New York has ruled that filmmaker James Cameron's mountains can come out of the sky and stand there, even if they resemble Roger Dean's famous album covers.
In a rambling talk that he admitted was "Kanye West-esque," Jack White took shots at the Foo Fighters, lip-syncing pop stars and Rolling Stone magazine during a performance last night at Fenway Park in Boston.
Rod Stewart wasn't kidding when he said he'd been busy writing songs for his next album.
Gene Simmons may think rock is dead, but Ringo Starr believes it's doing just fine.
Of all the low points Bob Dylan somehow steered into throughout his long career -- the early '70s, the late '70s, the early '80s, etc. -- none was as low as the one he reached by the mid- and late-'80s.
After the wall-to-wall coverage of Black Sabbath's 2013 comeback with Ozzy Osbourne, you might think you're all caught up on these legends.
Glass of Queen on the rocks, anyone?