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After three years of touring behind his version of the Pink Floyd classic 'The Wall,' Roger Waters is ready to bring the production to movie theaters.
Charles M. Young, the critic and journalist who was among the first to champion New York's punk scene on a national scale, has passed away at the age of 63 after a long battle with brain cancer.
Many of the biggest names in music, sports, movies and TV have taken the plunge as part of the ALS Ice Bucket challenge over the past week or so.
Two weeks after it was widely reported that Peter Frampton took a fan's phone during a concert and threw it far, far away, the legendary guitarist has explained his side of the story.
Released on Aug. 19, 1974, 'So Far' represented nothing more than a label stopgap measure as Crosby Stills Nash and Young reconvened for a tour without the benefit of a new project to promote.
We answer 10 mostly logical, sometimes silly and occasionally difficult questions about Ace Frehley's new album 'Space Invader.'
The criminal case authorities are pursuing against the producers of the Gregg Allman biopic 'Midnight Rider' proceeded as expected Aug. 18, with executive producer Jay Sedrish entering a not guilty plea to charges of criminal trespassing and manslaughter.
Two weeks after unveiling their new single 'Gotta Get It Right,' the members of Sixx: A.M. are offering fans a taste of another track from their upcoming album.
Michael McDonald, who grew up in Ferguson, Mo., has issued a statement on the tragedy that has shaken the city over the past couple weeks.