Even as we celebrate another class of Rock and Roll Hall of Famers, it's difficult not to cast a frustrated glance over to the ones left behind.
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In a disturbing, and frankly disgusting, story from outside the world of classic rock, a DJ in Chile found out how far one fan was willing to go for free concert tickets.
Paul McCartney said he tried to write a song about the recent Ferguson and New York City protests but scrapped it when he felt it wasn't going anywhere.
Like poor old Abraham Simpson lamenting that he used to be with it, Smashing Pumpkins frontman Billy Corgan feels out of place and unappreciated in the 21st century music scene.
It isn't every day you get to hear a couple of rock stars talking about domestic violence in the NFL.
Cue up a Jimmy Page record, and you expect to enjoy a feast for the ears.
Things moved a lot more quickly at the end of the '60s.
'The Colbert Report' will be missed, but it went out on a high note..
Rush marked their 40th anniversary with a deluxe 10-disc set of concert recordings -- and now you can celebrate, too.
Rock Scully, the longtime manager of the Grateful Dead and a fixture on the Bay Area rock scene, has passed away at the age of 73 following a struggle with lung cancer.