If you believe in the afterlife, then you might have interest in Dead Men Walking, a new group featuring singer Mike Peters of the Alarm, Captain Sensible of the Damned on bass, drummer Slim Jim Phantom of the Stray Cats and guitarist Chris Cheney of Australian rockers The Living End.
On May 19, Sammy Hagar will release At Your Service, a live album culled from dates of his 2014 tour with his new band the Circle.
Whitesnake have unveiled their version of "Burn," which originally served as the title track for a long-ago collaboration between frontman David Coverdale and Deep Purple.
On March 24, some of Jimi Hendrix's earliest recordings will be released as You Can’t Use My Name: Curtis Knight & the Squires (Featuring Jimi Hendrix) - The RSVP/PPX Sessions.
Bad Company fans can get warmed up for the upcoming deluxe reissues of the band's first two LPs with an advance stream of the demo for "Little Miss Fortune," one of more than 20 previously unreleased bonus tracks spread between the remastered albums.
Fans of Richie Furay's work with Buffalo Springfield and Poco will find a comfy fit inside his new song, whose subject matter offers a contemporary message.
Somebody made a mash-up of "I Can't Go for That (No Can Do)" and "Enter Sandman."
Mötley Crüe proved their songs could survive in the hands of country stars with last year's Nashville Outlaws tribute album, and now singer Chelsea Lankes has demonstrated that at least one of the band's classic cuts makes for a pretty good pop song too.
Judas Priest's remastered and expanded Defenders of the Faith won't arrive until March 10, but you don't have to wait that long to hear the live version of "Some Heads Are Gonna Roll" from the bonus discs.
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.