Kiss made big news this weekend when they revealed they would not be reuniting with founding former members Ace Frehley and Peter Criss, or performing in any form, at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony this coming April.
Journey fans across the world got all stirred up about the reported possibility of the group reuniting with former vocalist Steve Perry this week -- only to find out that once again it's apparently not going to happen.
The Grammy Awards ceremony is one of the music industry's biggest annual events. But more and more each year, a large part of the discussion about the show involves mocking the choices made by those responsible for handing out the awards for the best albums, songs and artists...
When it comes to Kiss, whether you suffer from terminal overexposure or eagerly shell out your hard-earned cash for every piece of music and merchandise, you can’t deny that the band’s four kabuki-makeup characters figure among rock’s most iconic images. But should the band's new members wear the designs made famous by their famous predecessors?
Paul McCartney's 'Wonderful Christmastime' tops our newly published Worst Christmas Songs list. But hold on -- it's also No. 3 on our list of the Top 10 Christmas Songs. Sounds like we have a holiday-themed Great Rock Debate on our hands! You know the rules by now: Two of our writers each pick a side, make their case and leave the final vote up to you. Ready? Here we go!
They are undoubtedly the greatest songwriting duo of the rock era. But which Beatles star -- John Lennon or Paul McCartney -- created better music on their own following the group's breakup? We asked two of our writers to each take on one side of this great classic rock debate, and here's what they said:
Paul McCartney's Solo Career Is Better Than John Lennon's
by Dave Lifton
Neither Paul McCa