We enjoy a certain amount of bad behavior from our rock stars, but within limits.
Billy Idol fans waited years for his new LP, 'Kings & Queens of the Underground' -- and now they'll have to wait a little longer for him to start his U.S. tour in support of the album.
As Billy Idol remembers it, his breakthrough single 'Dancing With Myself' bombed in his native U.K., and he had no expectations of it doing much better in the U.S.
Billy Idol guitarist Steve Stevens explains how he almost joined David Lee Roth's solo band.
'Kings & Queens of the Underground' is Billy Idol's first new album in over nine years.
We know he can keep the beat well enough to dance with himself, and he's also a good person to ask when trying to decide whether it's a nice day to have a white wedding.
So, is it white-winged doves or white weddings?
Two weeks before Billy Idol is set to release his first album of original material in almost a decade, he's announced a North American tour for early next year.
Billy Idol and Steve Stevens have worked together for so long that when they entered the studio for Idol's new album, the upcoming 'Kings & Queens of the Underground,' they picked up right where they left off.
Billy Idol will embark on a book tour to promote his upcoming memoir 'Dancing With Myself,' with stops in Ridgewood, N.J., on Oct. 6, New York on Oct. 8, Los Angeles on Oct. 11, and Tempe, Ariz., on Oct. 13.