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‘Holy S— This Is Heavy': When Motley Crue First Saw ‘The Dirt’
Director Jeff Tremaine was nervous about showing movie to the band, but viewing ended with hugs and misty eyes.
Dick Dale, the ‘King of Surf Guitar,’ Dies at 81
The "Misirlou" hitmaker's staccato playing style was a huge influence on future generations.
Motley Crue Lineup Changes: A Complete Guide
The whole story, including three drummers who've filled in for injured Tommy Lee.
Sammy Hagar’s Surprising New Co-Writers: John Bonham, Ronnie Montrose
Singer says upcoming album will feature two songs he recently co-wrote in admittedly distinctive ways.
Sammy Hagar: Van Halen Camp Asked Michael Anthony About Reunion
Band's former singer says management contacted ex-bassist to gauge his interest in possible reunion.
Watch Kiss Return to the Clubs With First-Ever Whisky a Go Go Show
They switched from big arenas to a tiny stage, performing 12 songs for a crowd of contest winners.
Looks Like Cliff Williams Was Also With AC/DC in Vancouver
Whatever the band was doing in the city last year, it appears the retired bassist was there for at least part of it.
Journey’s Neal Schon Undergoes Emergency Gallbladder Removal Surgery
Journey's Neal Schon is recovering after having an inflamed and infected gallbladder removed during an emergency room visit.
Ozzy Osborne Hospitalized After Suffering Flu Complications
Ozzy Osbourne has been hospitalized after suffering complications from the flu that forced him to cancel an entire U.K. and European tour.
Kiss Kick Off ‘End of The Road’ Tour: Set List, Photos, Videos
Check out the full set list, exclusive photos and fan-shot video from first show of farewell tour.
The Worst Song on Every Van Halen Album
Even the band's most amazing records had at least one slightly lesser track -- right?
The Who Plan New Studio Album and Symphonic Tour for 2019
After spending 2018 apart, Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend are reviving band this year.