The Foo Fighters are finally ready to give us a glimpse of their upcoming 'Sonic Highways' LP. Sort of.
More details are emerging about the bonus material included with a new DVD/Blu-ray box focusing on Rush's most recent concert films.
The next time you're in your local record store and you see a guy who looks like Nikki Sixx filing the Bon Jovi albums under "EZ Listening," you might want to ask him for his autograph.
Steve Winwood has been opening for Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers on their current tour in support of their new 'Hypnotic Eye' album.
The Foo Fighters' 'Sonic Highways' is already one of the more highly anticipated rock releases of 2014 -- and if you're already excited for the new eight-song album, which is scheduled to arrive Nov. 10, the latest trailer for the record's eight-part HBO companion series might put you over the edge.
Ozzy Osbourne accidentally got into somebody else's car in full view of the cameras.
David Letterman finds out that the CBS Orchestra is not allowed to play any Eagles songs.
We're still weeks away from the Sept. 26 release of the live film and CD 'Celebrating Jon Lord at the Royal Albert Hall,' but you can catch an early glimpse of the concert's contents right now.
Ace Frehley recently answered a question that's been asked at least a million times during late night conversations across the world: Which rock star, dead or alive, would you most want to bring back to life?
The most successful bands are always greater than the sum of their individual parts, and to provide an excellent example of that principle in action, here are Courtney Love's isolated guitar and vocals from a Hole concert in 2010.