Michael Anthony Reveals More About Scrapped Van Halen Reunion
The bass player claims he 'Never heard a call back' regarding the proposed reunion tour with Van Halen's original lineup.
Lawsuits Forthcoming Over Master Tapes Lost in Universal Fire
The legal action follows a report that thousands of tapes were destroyed, including work by Guns N' Roses, Elton John, Nirvana and the Eagles.
Guns N’ Roses, Eagles Masters Among 100,000 Destroyed in Fire
New report reveals that material from thousands of artists burned in the 2008 fire.
‘Get That S— Off': Robert Plant Recalls His ‘Too Loud’ Misfire
In his debut podcast, the Led Zeppelin frontman recalled the instant negativity his 1985 solo effort received.
Clarence Clemons Documentary Due This Summer
Movie will chronicle the life and spiritual journey of Bruce Springsteen's long-tenured saxophonist who died in 2011.
Dr. John Dies at 77
The legendary singer, songwriter and pianist has died at the age of 77.
Sebastian Bach Announces ‘Skid Row’ 30th Anniversary Shows
Concerts will feature singer performing the band's self-titled debut album in its entirety.
‘Rocketman’ Takes in $25 Million During Opening Weekend
Elton John biopic finished in third place behind 'Godzilla' and 'Aladdin' as it hits U.S. theaters.
Elton John, Filmmakers Furious at ‘Rocketman’ Russian Censorship
Gay-themed content was edited out of the Russian release, angering Elton John and his fellow filmmakers.
Was Elton John’s Manager John Reid Really Such a Jerk?
The 'Rocketman' biopic depicts former manager and lover as calculating and money-hungry.