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.
With just a little more than a month to go before Toto return with their first album of original material in nearly a decade, the band is offering fans another sneak peek at the new LP.
The ZZ Top guitarist guested on a new song by an up-and-coming singer-songwriter.
In advance of their remastered and expanded 'Physical Graffiti,' due Feb. 24, Led Zeppelin have served up some 'Brandy & Coke.'
Scott Weiland has played around with glam before -- both with Stone Temple Pilots and in his solo career.
Fleetwood Mac could reach a whole new generation of fans this month without even trying.
Weeks after announcing his new 'Heavy Blues' LP, Randy Bachman has unveiled the title track -- a guitar-heavy number that lives up to its name with assistance from special guest Peter Frampton.
A Seattle sports radio station has unveiled a parody of AC/DC's 'Big Balls' about DeflateGate.