Hundreds of AC/DC Fans Gather to Break World Record
Is this Aussie "Highway to Hell"-playing bunch the world's largest electric guitar ensemble?
Phil Collins Calls Seated Performances a 'Positive' Experience
Even though health issues have forced him to sit during shows, the singer and drummer says they've been "great fun."
New Clues Point to Long-Awaited Steve Perry Comeback
If newly created social media accounts are real, the singer is getting ready to announce something major.
Alice Cooper Is Selling His Hollywood Vampires 'Retreat'
Home in Los Angeles' Echo Park neighborhood where he lived while working on all-star project is on the market.
Why ‘Sharp Objects’ Director’s Used Led Zeppelin in Soundtrack
Jean-Marc Vallee explains track choices and admits he’s still upset over failure to secure "Stairway to Heaven" for previous project.
Byrds Still ‘Cringe’ at Parts of ‘Sweetheart of the Rodeo’
Chris Hillman admits groundbreaking LP isn’t his favorite work as 50th anniversary tour continues.
Aretha Franklin Reportedly ‘Gravely Ill’
Iconic singer, 76, reportedly surrounded by friends and family at home.
Listen to Toto's 'Africa' Played on Mario Paint
Someone made a version of the ubiquitous song using the 1992 video game.
50 Years Ago: Keith Moon Hospitalized After Trashing Hotel Room
Who drummer continued his litany of personal disasters when he trashed a room and collapsed in August 1976.
Deep Purple Book Focuses on Classic Lineup's Final Collapse
The band's Mk II edition reconvened for their third stint in 1992, then Ritchie Blackmore suddenly quit.
50 Years of 'Abbey Road' Album Cover Tributes and Parodies
The Beatles created an album cover in a hastily arranged 10-minute photo shoot that inspired generations.
Aerosmith’s First Tour Van Found by ‘American Pickers’
The 1964 International Harvester Metro had spent decades rusting in a woodland near Chesterfield, Mass.
Watch Joe Elliott Sit in With Billy Joel
Billy Joel brought out Def Leppard's Joe Elliott to perform "Pour Some Sugar on Me" during his Aug. 10 concert at Boston's Fenway Park.
45 Years Ago: Stevie Wonder Visits 'Sesame Street'
The 23-year-old played 'Superstition' for the kids, and taught Grover how to sing.
ZZ Top to ‘Pull Out All the Stops’ for 50th Anniversary
"Starter pieces" are already in place for a potential new ZZ Top album.
Ace Frehley Announces Details for 'Spaceman' LP
'Spaceman' contains nine songs, including one co-written by Ace Frehley's former Kiss bandmate Gene Simmons.
Listen to Eric Clapton's Guest Turn on a New Doyle Bramhall Song
Singer-songwriter Doyle Bramhall II is a long-time member of Eric Clapton's band.
AC/DC's Vancouver Photos Raise Three Big Questions
The prospect of AC/DC reuniting has sparked both speculation and debate. Here are the three biggest issues.
AC/DC’s Angus and Stevie Young Photographed in Vancouver
Four key players have now apparently been seen at the studio where AC/DC's last three albums were recorded.
Artists Get Just 12% of All Music Industry Income, Study Finds
The music industry generated $43 billion in revenue, matching a prior peak in 2006.