Pearl Jam Raise $11 Million to End Youth Homelessness
In addition to thanking those who have shown interest in The Home Shows, Pearl Jam urged fans to get personally involved in the fight.
Gibson Guided Out of Bankruptcy by Former Rocker Turned Businessman
Many blamed longtime Chief Executive Officer Henry Juszkiewicz for the company's financial decline, while Nat Zilkha is receiving credit for its recent turn.
Guns N’ Roses Asked by Malaysian Wildlife Organization to Not Traumatize the Animals
Friends of the Orangutans fear the volume from the concert will have a negative impact on the 150 species of animals at the Wildlife Park.
Australian Government Strikes AC/DC Commemorative Coins With Lightning
Ten special coins were struck with 3,500,000 volts of electricity, using a Tesla coil.
35 Years Ago: Motley Crue Release ‘Shout at the Devil’
For rebellious youth, 'Shout at the Devil,' which came out Sept. 26, 1983, had all the ingredients of a deviant misadventure.
Aerosmith Announce Plans for Spring 2019 Las Vegas Residency
The band plans to return to its roots while taking advantage of all the frills a Vegas residency offers.
Duff McKagan Joins Rallying Cry to Save Historic Rock Venue
'The Showbox was the most legendary club in Seattle,' McKagan said. 'Imagination just kind of ran wild.'
Ace Frehley Reveals ‘Rockin’ With the Boys’ From Upcoming ‘Spaceman’ Album
Gene Simmons also played bass on the tracks 'Your Wish Is My Command' and 'Without You I’m Nothing' for the upcoming release.
Original Black Sabbath Drummer Bill Ward Offers Poetry Read at L.A. Art Show
For the art exhibition, Ward selected 19 works and wrote poetry to read as fans perused his art.
Plan to Raise Cremation Fees in Scotland to £666 Worried Some Potential Clients
So they cut the price at just shy of the three percent rise, arriving at a figure of £665.
36 Years Ago: Dio Release ‘Holy Diver’
The first album after Ronnie James Dio was kicked out of Black Sabbath.
21 Years Ago: Metallica Lock and ‘Reload’
On Nov. 18, 1997, Metallica released 'Reload,' a companion to 'Load,' originally intended to be a double album.