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Greg Kihn, Bret Michaels Announced for 2013 Kihncert
Greg Kihn's 13th-annual annual Kihncert will feature Bret Michaels as a headliner. The one-day music festival, founded more than a decade ago by Kihn, has become a classic-rock tradition that has included artists like Kansas, Lynyrd Skynyrd, REO Speedwagon,&nb…
Yes, Queensryche + More Slated for 2014 Cruise to the Edge
If hanging out with Judas Priest at Rock 'N' Roll Fantasy Camp in Vegas isn't your thing, maybe setting sail with acts like Yes, Marillion, and Queensryche (which version, we're not sure) during a Caribbean cruise is more your speed.
‘Bob Dylan Hair’ Shows Up in Black Keys Divorce
Divorces are never pleasant, especially when you have to wrangle over who gets the money, the car, the house and ... that wad of Bob Dylan's hair. No, seriously. That's something Black Keys frontman Dan Auerbach and his ex-wife recently fought over in court.
Supermodel Bar Refaeli to Roger Waters: Stop Using My Picture
Roger Waters is a longtime and vocal opponent of the Israeli government's treatment of the Palestinian people. He's called for a cultural boycott and even put a Star of David on an inflatable pig during a recent concert in Belgium, earning the wrath of everyone from Jewish rabbis to his fe…
Vivian Campbell Still ‘Rocking Out’ During His Battle With Cancer
When we last saw former Dio guitarist Vivian Campbell, he was playing his first show with new band Last in Line (and possibly conjuring up ghosts in the process) -- all this despite an ongoing battle with cancer. Still, though, according to Last in Line drummer Vinny Appice, the disease has taken it…
Was ‘Criminal Minds’ Star Thomas Gibson ‘Catfished’? [VIDEO]
When you're dealing with strangers online, all may not be as it seems -- even if you're rich and famous. Just ask 'Dharma and Greg' and 'Criminal Minds' star Thomas Gibson, who's been making rather embarrassing headlines after it was revealed that he's allegedly spent the past two years in an online…
Metallica Announce New Documentary
Metallica are currently in the midst of an Asian tour that's taking them through South Korea, Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia and -- for the first time ever -- China, where the band did two sold-out shows in Shanghai earlier this week and filmed its time there for a new documentary.
John Densmore and Robby Krieger Considering Ray Manzarek Tribute
A couple months ago, John Densmore hinted that he and his former Doors bandmate Robby Krieger had buried the hatchet after a long feud and were even considering doing a tribute show for Doors keyboardist Ray Manzarek, who died of cancer in May. Seems it wasn't just idle chitchat: Krieger now sa…
Leslie West Announces New Album
Mountain co-founder Leslie West has had a rough few years. Back in 2011, he lost his left leg to diabetes, causing the legendary guitarist and singer to consider quitting music for good.
Country Songwriter Won’t Back Down From Tom Petty
Tom Petty may credit country music with part of the Heartbreakers' signature sound, but he doesn't mean today's country music, which he recently called, among other things, “bad rock with a fiddle." Now Chris Stapleton, a country-music songwriter, has thrown down t…
Former Mobster Whitey Bulger Found Guilty of Racketeering, Conspiracy and Murder
After an eight-week trial that often resembled a story arc on 'The Sopranos,' former mobster Whitey Bulger was found guilty of racketeering, conspiracy and 11 counts of murder by a jury in a US District Court on Monday.
Jimi Hendrix Expanded ‘Purple’ Box Set Announced
'The Jimi Hendrix Experience' box set (better known as 'The Purple Box') went gold and earned worldwide acclaim after its release in 2000. An expanded edition of the set, which includes four unreleased or hard-to-find tracks, will be released later this month.