Billy Rath, the bassist best known for his time in the New York-based punk band Johnny Thunders and the Heartbreakers, has passed away at the age of 66 after battling a long illness.
A man was killed in an accident involving a semi-trailer truck hauling Motley Crue's equipment.
Grand Funk Railroad's debut 'On Time,' released in August 1969, had a slow climb to platinum status.
A long period of dues paying preceded the Aug. 17, 1984 release of a self-titled debut album by W.A.S.P.
The Scorpions returned to leftover material from the band's most celebrated era as part of a 50th anniversary album project.
Stephen Pearcy says he's happy out on his own after announcing his third split with Ratt earlier this year.
Gwar leader Oderus Urungus was given a flaming viking funeral in front of his family, bandmates and thousands of fans.
Nikki Sixx praises Gene Simmons' apology for his controversial recent suicide comments, and speaks out against radio stations banning Kiss music.
Gene Simmons spoke about the importance that Detroit had on Kiss' career.
The Red Hot Chili Peppers' self-titled debut was released on Aug. 16, 1984.