Bob Dorough, 'Schoolhouse Rock!' Composer, Dies
Bob Dorough, who wrote many of the songs for ABC's 'Schoolhouse Rock!' animated series, has died.
New Prince Album Announced, Family Files Wrongful Death Lawsuit
The first posthumous album of unheard Prince music is set to arrive later this year.
Neil Young and Crazy Horse Announce Return to Stage
Neil Young will reunite with Crazy Horse for the first time in four years when they perform two unrehearsed shows.
Billy Gibbons Hopes to Release Two Albums This Year
ZZ Top fans can look forward to possibly two new albums from Billy Gibbons in the coming months.
25 Years Ago: The Who's 'Tommy' Comes to Broadway
That deaf, dumb and blind kid sure could play a mean pinball, but how would he do as the main attraction on the cover of a Broadway playbill?
Watch the Heartbreakers Play for First Time Since Tom Petty Died
Mike Campbell, Benmont Tench and Steve Ferrone hadn't performed together since tragedy struck the Heartbreakers.
Watch Eddie Vedder Jam with New York Blues Band
Pearl Jam singer Eddie Vedder made a surprise guest appearance with a New York City blues band.
John Lennon’s Self-Portrait as Hitler on Sale for $54,000
A sketch drawn by John Lennon depicting himself as Adolf Hitler is being offered for sale at a price of $54,000.
Neil Young Reunites With Stephen Stills at Benefit Concert
Neil Young reunited with his old colleague Stephen Stills at a Los Angeles benefit concert over the weekend.
Guitar Center Reportedly Facing ‘Imminent Bankrupcty’
Financial service firm S&P downgrades Guitar Center chain of stores, indicating likelihood of bankruptcy in the near future.
Tony Iommi Recalls How Black Sabbath Lost Contact on Tour
Tony Iommi has discussed how touring with Black Sabbath changed over the years as the band members “wanted their own space.”
Joe Lynn Turner Is 'Stable' Following Heart Attack
A statement issued by Joe Lynn Turner and his wife declared the former Rainbow and Deep Purple singer to be "stable and in very good spirits."
Lynyrd Skynyrd Announces Final Show
Lynyrd Skynyrd's last-ever concert will be a hometown affair.
Soundgarden Members to Play First Show Since Chris Cornell Died
Soundgarden guitarist Kim Thayil and drummer Matt Cameron will take the stage together for the first time since the death of singer Chris Cornell.
Paul Stanley Says Kiss Earned the Right to ‘Evolve’ Without Him
Paul Stanley said that Kiss have earned the right to “evolve” without his presence, or any other original members, for that matter.
Sting Describes Himself as ‘Shaggy’s Bass Player’
Sting said he’d appear onstage as “Shaggy’s bass player” when the pair tours in support of its new collaborative album '44/876,'
Joe Perry Kicks Off Tour in Boston: Photos, Set List, Review
Joe Perry kicked off his brief run of "Joe Perry and Friends" East Coast dates in support of his new solo album, Sweetzerland Manifesto, last night in his hometown of Boston.
Walmart Won't Carry New Stryper Album
Attention, Walmart shoppers: If you're looking for the new Stryper album, you're going to have to take your business somewhere else.
Joe Perry Says Aerosmith Are Planning a 50th Anniversary Tour
Aerosmith's touring schedule is light for the rest of 2018, but guitarist Joe Perry said it's all part of a plan to come back strong next year, when they mark their 50th anniversary.
Slash Books First Post-Guns N' Roses Reunion Solo Dates
It still remains to be seen whether Guns N' Roses' Not in This Lifetime tour will lead to new music. In the meantime, guitarist Slash is already scouting the horizon for his next round of solo activity.