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Paul McCartney Unveils Unreleased Track With John Bonham During Twitter Chat

Paul McCartney surprised fans during a Twitter chat on Monday (October 20) by revealing an unreleased version of "Beware My Love" from 1976's "Wings at the Speed of Sound" album that features the late Led Zeppelin drummer John Bonham. More...

Ozzy Osbourne Says Next Album/Tour Will Be Black Sabbath’s Last

Though his latest release, the compilation "Memoirs of a Madman," focuses on his solo work, Ozzy Osbourne is ready to get back into Black Sabbath mode. More...

Ringo Starr Named New Skechers Spokesman

Peace, love...and sneakers. More...

Aerosmith’s Joey Kramer Talks About His Recent Health Issue

Aerosmith drummer Joey Kramer has come clean about the mysterious health scare that sidelined him for a week during the group's current tour. More...

Bono Reveals Why He Wears Sunglasses Indoors

Ever wonder what's with U2 frontman Bono and those shades? Turns out it's not just a rock star affectation. More...

Steven Tyler Serves As Guest Speaker At A.A./N.A. Graduation

Aerosmith frontman Steven Tyler made a special guest appearance in an unusual venue last week. More...

Is a Bob Seger Summer Tour In The Works?

With his first couple of TV appearances -- on "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" and "Ellen" -- finished, Bob Seger and his Silver Bullet Band now turn their attention towards the upcoming tour to promote "Ride Out," his first new album in eight years. More...

New AC/DC Promo Pic Sans Phil Rudd Causes Speculation On His Status In The Band

A new promotional photo of AC/DC has tongues wagging about whether drummer Phil Rudd is still with the band. More...

40th Anniversary of Supertramp’s ‘Crime of the Century’ Due Out December 8th

Supertramp will celebrate the 40th anniversary of its landmark third album, "Crime of the Century," with a December 8 reissue that will feature the original eight-track album remastered -- including the hits "Dreamer," "Bloody Well Right" and "School" -- along with a second disc from a March 1975 live show at the Hammersmith Odeon in London. More...

The Doors Receiving “Inspiration Award” At 10th Annual Classic Rock Roll of Honour

The Doors have been named this year's recipients of the Inspiration Award at this year`s 10th annual Classic Rock Roll of Honour ceremony, which takes place November 4 in Hollywood. More...

Songwriters Hall Of Fame Nominees Features Tom Petty, Steve Miller and More

Tom Petty, Steve Miller, Heart Sisters Ann and Nancy Wilson and Steve Winwood are among the top names nominated for the Songwriters Hall of Fame class of 2015. More...

Ozzy Osbourne Talks New Solo Compilation ‘Memoirs of a Madman’

Ozzy Osbourne says he wanted to put out his new compilation "Memoirs of a Madman" to remind fans he's a successful solo artist as well as a member of Black Sabbath. More...

OzzFiesta Taking Place May 27-31, 2015

It's not exactly OZZFest, but Ozzy Osbourne is planning a big party for next year in Mexico. More...

Bono Apologizes For Free iTunes Release

U2 frontman Bono has expressed remorse for dropping the group's new album, "Songs of Innocence," on half a billion iTunes subscribers around the world. More...

Pat Benatar Opening For The Remainder of Cher’s Tour

Pat Benatar has confirmed that she and her husband, guitarist Neil "Sypder" Giraldo, will stay on the road with Cher for the balance of her North American tour even though the headliner had to can her October dates due to illness. More...

Seger Talks New Album ‘Ride Out’

Bob Seger releases "Ride Out" today (October 14), the Michigan rocker's first set of all-new material in eight years. More...

“Ride Out” With This Week’s New Releases

This week’s new classic rock releases feature titles from Bob Seger, The Kinks, U2 and more! More...

U2 Deny Tax-Dodging Accusations

The members of U2 insist they're not tax cheats. More...

Crosby Responds To Young’s Recent CSNY Remarks

A feud between Neil Young and David Crosby seems to be at the core of Young's recent declaration that CSNY will never tour again. More...

Don Henley Suing Clothing Company

The Eagles' Don Henley feels a Wisconsin clothing manufacturer has taken his name in vain -- and he's not very happy about it. In fact, Henley is suing the Duluth Trading Company in California district court over a new ad that reads, "Don a Henley and Take It Easy." More...

Sneak Peek of Zeppelin's ‘Houses of the Holy’ Box Set Released

Led Zeppelin has given fans a sneak peak at the Super Deluxe Edition of its upcoming reissue of "Houses of the Holy" -- as well as a snippet of an unreleased mix of "The Rain Song" -- in a newly posted "unboxing video." More...

Neil Young Says “CSNY will never tour again, ever.”

Neil Young made a surprising announcement on stage in Philadelphia this week that will surely disappoint those waiting for the next Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young tour. More...

Bob Dylan’s ‘The Lyrics: Since 1962’ Due Out October 28th

An upcoming Bob Dylan lyric book will have a lot of words -- and cost a lot of money. More...

Ozzy Osbourne Clears Up Misconstrued 9/11 Comments

Ozzy Osbourne issued a statement on Thursday night (October 9) saying that comments he made that seemed to make light of the 9-11 terrorist attacks were taken out of context in an interview with The Shortlist. More...

U2 Doing Two-Night Stint On BBC Music Show

U2 has announced a two-night stand on Britain's "Later...With Jools Holland." More...
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