Aretha Franklin Dies: Rockers React
See how the music world mourned the death of the Queen of Soul.
Aretha Franklin, the Queen of Soul, Has Died
She was the first woman to be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
Steve Perry Says There Was No Easy Way to Quit Journey
Former frontman recalls needing to escape from “the love and the adoration” to rediscover himself.
Aerosmith Confirm Las Vegas 'Deuces Are Wild' Residency Dates
The 18-date run celebrates the band's 50th anniversary.
Pearl Jam Depict Dead Donald Trump on Poster
Artwork shows president as skeleton outside burning White House in support of Democrat senator.
Steve Perry Releases 'No Erasin'' Video, Confirms Comeback Album
A deluxe edition of the former Journey singer's comeback album will also include five additional tracks.
That Time ‘Stairway to Heaven’ Blasted From the White House Roof
Gerald Ford's son recalls cranking it up his first night in the White House.
Roger Daltrey ‘Bored S---less’ With ‘Won’t Get Fooled Again’
Don't ask him to perform 'The Who Sell Out' in its entirety either.
Hundreds of AC/DC Fans Gather to Break World Record
Is this Aussie "Highway to Hell"-playing bunch the world's largest electric guitar ensemble?
Sammy Hagar’s New Circle Album Is About Global Greed
Red Rocker says he’s inspired by Eddie Van Halen and Joe Satriani in his creative process.
New Clues Point to Long-Awaited Steve Perry Comeback
If newly created social media accounts are real, the singer is getting ready to announce something major.
Alice Cooper Is Selling His Hollywood Vampires 'Retreat'
Home in Los Angeles' Echo Park neighborhood where he lived while working on all-star project is on the market.
Stryper’s Oz Fox Suffers Seizure Onstage
Guitarist warned not to drive or fly after medical tests, while band plans to tour as trio.
Aretha Franklin Reportedly ‘Gravely Ill’
Iconic singer, 76, reportedly surrounded by friends and family at home.
50 Years Ago: Keith Moon Hospitalized After Trashing Hotel Room
Who drummer continued his litany of personal disasters when he trashed a room and collapsed in August 1976.
Journey's Neal Schon Asks Concertgoers to Protect His Wife
Neal Schon is asking fans to be on the lookout for concert security personnel, whom he says are harassing his wife.
Pearl Jam Brings Out Soundgarden and Mudhoney in Seattle
A few old friends welcomed Pearl Jam back to their Seattle home last night (Aug. 11).
Slash on Guns N' Roses' Future
The Guns N' Roses guitarist is set to release his third record with Myles Kennedy and the Conspirators.
Aerosmith to Stage Las Vegas Residency in 2019
Joe Perry promises this run of 50th anniversary shows will be "something different."
Billy Gibbons Announces 2018 'Big Bad Blues' Solo Tour
The ZZ Top frontman will play a 24 dates in support of his second solo album.