Bob Seger achieved full-fledged rock stardom with 1976's Night Moves, but while his raspy howl may have been new to a generation of fans, he'd actually been chipping away at mainstream success for many years.
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In news that gives new meaning to the title of Quiet Riot's classic Metal Health LP, NME reports that Swedish doctors have diagnosed what seems to be the world's first official case of heavy metal addiction.
Randy Bachman has said that the initial idea for his upcoming power-trio album grew out of a conversation with Neil Young, so it's only fitting that Heavy Blues features a collaboration between the two.
Bobby Emmons, the Nashville songwriter and keyboard player whose work graced countless songs and albums, has passed away at the age of 72.
The Scorpions' 50th anniversary tour will bring them to North America in September.
Aerosmith's big-screen concert movie, Aerosmith Rocks Donington 2014, shows in theaters on Thursday.
Slash will continue his road-warrior ways this spring.
AXS-TV will premiere a 2014 concert by Styx next month.
This month's Ultimate Classic Rock Hall of Fame battle has reached the final round, and it all comes down to either Alice Cooper or the Band.
Bad Company's first two albums will be remastered and expanded with rare and previously unreleased bonus tracks.