Queensryche Ousts Singer Geoff Tate
Queensryche has finally pulled the trigger on the decision to continue without singer Geoff Tate, following weeks of speculation and a series of rumored and public squabbles with their longtime bandmate.
Guns N’ Roses Singer Axl Rose Takes Another Tumble in France
Poor Axl Rose! As if it weren’t bad enough that the Guns N’ Roses singer has been dodging projectiles from the audience at shows, it seems his balance isn’t exactly what it used to be.
Rolling Stones Keep Rolling: No Truth to Retirement Rumors
The Rolling Stones may be keeping quiet at the moment about their future plans, but that is apparently not to be taken a sign that the end has begun for the world’s most famous rock and roll band.
Bob Dylan Announces Late Summer 2012 North American Tour
If Bob Dylan is indeed planning a September release for his 35th studio album, then the fact that he’s returning to North America in August is a good sign.
Paul McCartney Gets Birthday Wishes From PETA U.K. Animals
Happy birthday to Paul McCartney. That’s the general consensus from around the world today as Macca turns 70, and his animal-loving friends are leading the charge.
Iron Maiden’s Nicko McBrain Gets Awarded for His Ribs
It’s not uncommon for musicians to be rewarded for their work, but Iron Maiden‘s Nicko McBrain is taking some pride in being recognized for something not music related.
Bob Seger Still Writing Plenty as Songwriters Hall of Fame Induction Looms
Typically a Hall of Fame nod signifies someone who is coming toward the end of their career, but that’s hardly the case for Detroit legend Bob Seger.
Kiss’ Paul Stanley on Gene Simmons: ‘I Can See His Ego from My House’
Kiss are definitely about the bravado, but singer Paul Stanley says that even for him it gets to be a bit much at times, and he jokes about how far bandmate Gene Simmons takes things.
Def Leppard’s Phil Collen Discusses Brush With Alcoholism
These days Def Leppard guitarist Phil Collen is one of the fittest guys in rock and roll, but it wasn’t always that case thanks to his old drinking habits.
Scorpions’ Matthias Jabs Ready for ‘Refreshing’ Next Career Stage
The Scorpions are heading back to the U.S. for another batch of dates, but unlike in past years, this could well be their final extensive run of concerts.
Chickenfoot Offer Time Lapse Video Detail of Concert Setup
There’s a whole lot of roll out before Chickenfoot can rock, and the band is giving fans a chance to see exactly how much effort goes in to preparing for a show before they ever step onstage.
Neil Young’s ‘Like a Hurricane’ Covered by City and Colour at Bonnaroo 2012
It may have been deep in the heart of Tennessee, but that didn’t stop City and Colour from paying tribute to one of their fellow Canadian countrymen, Neil Young, this past weekend at Bonnaroo.