Uriah Heep's 24th album, 'Outside,' will be released in June.
At one of their concerts, Megadeth recently had, as their guest, a woman who had formerly deaf.
The official settlement hasn't been announced yet, but it appears that Geoff Tate can now bill himself as "The Voice of Queensryche."
We review Bruce Springsteen's new EP, 'American Beauty.'
Bob Dylan released his confusing live album, 'Bob Dylan at Budokan,' on April 23, 1979.
On June 24, Peter Frampton will issue his 15th studio album, 'Hummingbird In A Box.'
Led Zeppelin is offering the most complete look yet into a forthcoming super-deluxe reissue of its 1969 eponymous debut album, set to a half-minute of titanic live metal blues the form of "Communication Breakdown."
Motley Crue frontman Vince Neil has joined a group of others to buy the Jacksonville Sharks, and plans to move the Arena Football League team to his hometown of Las Vegas.
The history of the pub rock supergroup Ron Wood and Keith Richards of the Rolling Stones formed in the late '70s.
On April 22, 1969, the Who performed 'Tommy' for the first time.