With three weeks of voting in the books, and one still to go, Slash, Ted Nugent and Queen are emerging as frontrunners in fan voting for the 2015 Ultimate Classic Rock Awards.
BBC Music will broadcast their New Year's Eve Show from London's Westminster Central Hall.
Remember that new two-disc Queen compilation that came out last month?
Most classic-rock stars might shy away from directly comparing their newest singer with the career-making frontman he replaced.
You know the Minions -- those little yellow, gibberish-spewing creatures from the 'Despicable Me' movies -- are good at making people laugh.
Smoke 'em if you got 'em, everyone! Queen guitarist Brian May says it's only a matter of time before a giant space rock goes hurtling into the Earth and wipes us all out.
Freddie Mercury was the face of Queen's wildly popular mixture of hard rock, pop, cabaret, glam and opera in the '70s, before becoming one the the AIDS virus' most well-known casualties in the '90s.
"I want it all / I want it now." That's not only a lyric to a Queen song, it's also something frequently said by children during the holidays.
Queen's third album, 'Sheer Heart Attack,' was released Nov. 8, 1974.
When Sammy Hagar agrees to be your MC, you know you're about to throw a terrific party.