He's best known for wearing face paint, leather and gems as the frontman for Kiss, but Paul Stanley spent a big chunk of 1999 wearing a different costume -- and singing a very different kind of music.
The extensive series of tour dates Bob Seger has lined up in support of his new hit record 'Ride Out' won't begin until late November, which means he'll be home to enjoy Halloween with his family.
We were all worried about Lemmy while he struggled to take care of the medical issues that forced Motorhead to postpone a European tour in 2013.
U2 refused to play by the rules when they partnered with Apple for the shocking giveaway of their 'Songs of Innocence' album, and it sounds like they might also plan to defy a few expectations with their 2015 tour.
It did Guns N' Roses fans' hearts good to see Duff McKagan up onstage with the current incarnation of the band earlier this year, and although it was only a temporary reunion, the band's former bassist certainly sounds open to future collaborations.
Rush have uncovered one of their early, and seemingly forgotten, songs for their upcoming career-spanning video box set 'R40.'
With the release of Whitesnake’s second album, ‘Lovehunter,’ in October 1979, the new band featuring erstwhile Deep Purple vocalist David Coverdale and organist Jon Lord could no longer be ignored.
The soft market for new albums from veteran rock acts may have put an end to one of Sammy Hagar's many projects, but he'll never say never when it comes to reuniting with Van Halen.
Many Allman Brothers Band fans were disappointed that former guitarist Dickey Betts wasn't onstage with the group when they performed their farewell concert on Oct. 28, but Betts doesn't seem too broken up about his old partners calling it quits.
When the Grateful Dead released ‘Built to Last’ on Oct. 31, 1989, hopes were high for a successful follow-up to their big hit, 1987's ‘In the Dark.’