Please don't kill us, Ozzy.
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Tesla kicked things into high gear for New York City fans at Irving Plaza in support of their latest disc ‘Simplicity.’
Idol's set boasted all of his best-known hits, along with a healthy dose of more recent material.
Modern-day folk rockers the Avett Brothers just wrapped an epic set at Mountain Jam.
With no opener needed, Soundgarden celebrated the 20th Anniversary of their notable 1994 album ‘Superknown’ with a sold out show in New York City at Webster Hall. Fans packed in for a truly unforgettable show.
It seems Motorhead bassist and vocalist Lemmy is now turning up on people's breakfast plates!
Even for rock stars, once you get beyond the backstage parties and hotel shenanigans, nothing compares to the unconditional love and support of a mother, right?
Foreigner's Jeff Pilson isn't always the sharpest dresser, as a new photo proves.
Professional football made its return to Los Angeles on April 5, as the newly formed L.A. Kiss of the Arena Football League won its home opener at the Honda Center in Anaheim, Calif., 44-34 over the Portland Thunder.
Team owners, and Kiss bandmates, Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley were on hand to take part in the pre-game festivities and, true to their words, they helped present an over-the-top rock 'n' roll sports experience that more than delivered bang for the buck.
Seattle police have released the fourth, and by far most disturbing, set of photos from the scene of Kurt Cobain’s death.