We review Deep Purple's new live DVD, recorded in a historic spot with an orchestra.
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Bruce Springsteen temporarily ended his relationship with his longtime backup band on Oct. 18, 1989.
U2's Bono hasn't been wearing sunglasses for the last two decades to look cool. Instead, he's battling a light sensitivity caused by glaucoma.
With the bracingly raw, energetic 'Live at the Rainbow '74,' a big missing piece in your Queen concert video collection has been filled in spectacular fashion.
After bringing out Zac Brown, Heart and Tony Joe White to join them for the first three nights of their week-long 'Late Show with David Letterman' residency, the Foo Fighters gave themselves a tough act to follow on Thursday.
There's still no telling when Fleetwood Mac will unveil the new music they've been working on since Christine McVie returned to the fold, but Lindsey Buckingham promises it'll be well worth the wait.
Slash can write the original music for Universal Studios' new Halloween Horror Nights attraction, the Clowns 3D maze, but can he make it through the actual event without letting out at least one cry of surprise and/or fear?
Sting joined 'The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon' last night (Oct. 16) for a funny segment titled 'Stingtones,' in which the former Police frontman put his own unique vocal spin on a series of recognizable ringtones -- only to make a hilarious realization.
William La Torre, father of Queensryche singer Todd La Torre, has passed away in an incident that St. Petersburg police are treating as a suicide.
Judas Priest's latest album 'Redeemer of Souls' earned them their highest-ever U.S. chart position, and they're back on the road rocking audiences around the world all over again.