35 Years Ago: Revisiting Van Halen's Ill-Fated ‘1984’ Tour
On paper and in the bank, the band had everything going for them. Then came the 1984 Tour.
Mott the Hoople Will Tour U.S. for First Time Since 1974
A string of American theater dates will include three members of the band's core lineup from 45 years ago.
Foreigner Search for Fan Who Inspired ‘Juke Box Hero’
V.I.P. experience waiting at musical premiere for person who went backstage around 1980.
Keith Richards' 'Talk Is Cheap' Set for Expanded Deluxe Reissue
Six never-before-heard tracks are included from sessions for the Rolling Stones guitarist's debut solo album.
Steven Tyler, Joe Walsh Discuss Temptation to Return to Drinking
Aerosmith and Eagles members reflect on the highs and lows of their addiction issues.
Geddy Lee Explains Why It was 'Bittersweet' Performing With Yes
"I practiced, as I usually do, like a crazy person, to make sure I didn't embarrass Chris by my performance."
Ozzy Osbourne Marks Bat-Biting Anniversary with Plush Toy
Souvenir with detachable head celebrates moment he created a rock legend on stage.
Terminally Ill Lee Kerslake Gets His Ozzy Platinum Discs
Drummer’s “bucket list” request for ‘80s sales recognition is granted.
Alex Lifeson Says Greta Van Fleet 'Can Carry That Banner'
"There's a real great future for them as they develop their own style - much like we did."
Joe Elliott’s Imaginary Def Leppard Review Came True
Singer discusses his ambitious early days -- including being hired without singing a note.
Anthony Kiedis Says Climate Crisis Is Out of Control
Red Hot Chili Peppers singer says “federal government is failing us” over disasters that ruin environment, kill hundreds and cost billions.
Roger Daltrey Recalls Tearful Calls From Keith Moon
The Who singer says larger-than-life drummer could be “incredibly tragic,” especially toward the end of his life.