Elton John, Michael McDonald Recordings Lost in Archive Fire
Universal lists 19 artists whose material was affected by 2008 blaze.
Bill Wyman to Auction Amp That Got Him Gig With Rolling Stones
Wide range of memorabilia to be sold after three public exhibitions.
Early Gregg and Duane Allman Material Earns Reissue
Recordings compile the duo's pre-Allman Brothers Band projects Allman Joys, Hour Glass and 31st of February.
Black Sabbath's Debut: A Track-by-Track Guide to Metal's Birth
On its celebrated debut album, the band turned blues-based hard rock into a brand new genre.
Ozzy Osbourne Movie ‘Different to What Anybody Would Think'
Sharon Osbourne says family is “working in our own quiet way” on biopic.
Chris and Rich Robinson Begin 'Brothers of a Feather' Tour
Black Crowes siblings kicked off acoustic mini-tour in London.
Rush to Release 'Permanent Waves' 40th-Anniversary Set
Collection will add a full disc of previously unreleased live cuts from 1980 tour.
Ozzy Osbourne Says Parkinson’s Disease Was Diagnosed in 2003
Black Sabbath singer says he’s 75 percent fit, and hints at making another album.
Watch Tommy Lee Play a College Professor on 'The Goldbergs'
In clip from the ABC sitcom, Motley Crue drummer dons bow tie and calls rock music "deafening noise made by morally questionable gentlemen"
Billy Gibbons Recalls ‘Chancy’ Move Opening for Jimi Hendrix
ZZ Top frontman’s early band played two of the headline act’s songs.
Watch Brian May Lose His Temper With News Cameraman
Queen guitarist warns Australian journalist: “Put it down now or something ugly happens.”
David Lee Roth Wants Six Versions of Kiss, Five of Him
Singer discusses the future of classic bands without original members.
Lindsey Buckingham Announces First Post-Heart Attack Solo Tour
Run will take place 14 months after former Fleetwood Mac member underwent emergency surgery.
See Queen + Adam Lambert Cover Led Zeppelin's 'Whole Lotta Love'
Band played 1969 track during concert in Dunedin, New Zealand.