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New Paul Simon Exhibit To Open At Rock Hall

The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Museum in Cleveland is always looking to offer their visitors the chance to learn more about their favorite artists, and with their latest exhibit highlighting the career of Paul Simon, visitors will get a very personal look at one of music’s greatest singer-songwriters. More...

Genesis Doc ‘Sum of the Parts’ Hitting DVD/Blu-ray January 13th

Genesis has announced a January 13 release of the DVD and Blu-ray edition of "Sum of the Parts," the documentary about the band that's currently airing on Showtime in the U.S., and as "Together and Apart" on the BBC in Britain. More...

Alice Cooper News Round-Up: New Tour Dates, TMZ Sports Video

Alice Cooper is going to continue to “Raise the Dead” well into 2015! More...

AC/DC’s Brian Johnson Lends Support To U.K. Dementia Charity

AC/DC guitarist Malcolm Young's struggle with dementia has spurred group frontman Brian Johnson into action. More...

Phil Collins: Honorary Texan?

Phil Collins donation of Alamo artifacts to the city of San Antonio may make him an Honorary Texan. More...

Jimmy Page Talks New Zeppelin Reissues

Led Zeppelin IV and Houses of the Holy, the second rollout of albums from the Led Zeppelin catalog reissue campaign, are out today (October 28th). The campaign, itself, was spearheaded by Jimmy Page, who personally remastered every album in Zeppelin’s catalog and even managed to unearth never-before-released mixes and demos to be included in each album’s re-release. More...

Stones Selling Signed Photo Book For 5K

The Rolling Stones have never been a band to shy away from a good money-making opportunity. More...

Gene Simmons On His New Book ‘ME, INC.’

Just out via bookseller is Gene Simmons' latest tome, Me Inc.: Build An Army of One, Unleash Your Inner Rock God, Win in Life and Business. More...

Dave Davies Talks New Solo Album ‘Rippin’ Up The Time’

The Kinks haven't been able to get a 50th anniversary celebration together, but guitarist Dave Davies has taken matters into his own hands and released a new solo album, "Rippin' Up the Time." More...

Eric Clapton Posts Guitar Track Tribute To Jack Bruce

Eric Clapton posted a touching tribute to his late-Cream bandmate Jack Bruce on his Facebook page in the form of a guitar track. More...

Paul McCartney Takes Part In Surprise Chat At Florida College

It must be nice to attend the same college as Arlen Blakeman, who happens to be Paul McCartney’s step-son through his latest marriage with Nancy Shevell, because sometimes the rock legend will stop by and take part in a surprise chat on campus just like he did last week. More...

WATCH: Video For Alt. Mix Of Zeppelin’s “Rock And Roll”

With the reissues of 'Led Zeppelin IV' and 'Houses of the Holy' due out tomorrow (October 28th), fans have been treated to one last video from Led Zeppelin containing the alternative mix of “Rock And Roll.” More...

Queen’s Roger Taylor On The Re-Release Of His Solo Work

Queen drummer Roger Taylor reviews his solo work with today's (October 27) release of "Best," an 18-track collection that features music he made outside the band starting with a version of Parliament's "I Wanna Testify" in 1987 up to 2013's "Fun On Earth." More...

Yusuf/Cat Stevens Talks New Album ‘Tell ‘Em I’m Gone’

Out today (October 27) is 'Tell 'Em I'm Gone,' the first new album in five years from Yusuf/Cat Stevens and the first, obviously, since his induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in April. More...

Jack Bruce: 1943-2014

The rock world mourns the loss of another legend. More...

Joan Jett Clothing Line To Be Sold At Hot Topic Starting November 4th

If you’re finding more and more teens and early twenty-somethings walking around looking like Joan Jett’s doppelganger in the coming weeks, there’s good reason for it. More...

Pink Floyd News Round-Up: Mason’s Waters/Stalin Comparison, ‘The Endless River’ Pre-Order Sales

Roger Waters and Joseph Stalin. Two completely different people, right? Not if you ask Nick Mason. More...

Ozzy Osbourne On Bill Ward Rejoining Black Sabbath For Final Album/Tour

With Black Sabbath planning one more album/tour go-round, fans are wondering if original drummer Bill Ward, who sat out the campaign for 2013's Grammy Award-winning "13" reunion album due to business reasons, will relent and rejoin his bandmates. More...

LISTEN: Alt. Mix of “Stairway To Heaven”

With how ingrained into the rock lexicon “Stairway To Heaven” is, it’s hard to imagine a different cut of the track, but alas, it does exist and will be released on the companion disc of the Led Zeppelin IV reissue due out October 28th. More...

AC/DC’s ‘Rock Or Bust’ Already Projected For Big First Week Numbers

With a little more than a month away from its December 2nd release, industry folks are already banking on big numbers from AC/DC’s new album Rock Or Bust. More...

Wilko Johnson Says He’s Cancer Free

Wilko Johnson, the British musician who's been knocking on death's door since a terminal pancreatic cancer diagnosis in 2013, has apparently been cured. More...

Fleetwood Mac Joined By Kid Rock At Detroit Stop

Fleetwood Mac had an unexpected visitor on stage during its show Wednesday night (October 22) at the Palace of Auburn Hills in Detroit. More...

Bob Seger Appearing On CMT’s “Crossroads”

Bob Seger will get his country on, sort of, as part of a new episode of CMT's "Crossroads" with Jason Aldean, which debuts at 10 p.m. ET on November 28. More...

Cream Vinyl Box Set Due Out November 24th

Jack Bruce, Ginger Baker and Eric Clapton have something special in store just in time for the holidays. More...

Who Postpone First Two Dates On 50th Anniversary Tour

Who fans in Dublin and Belfast will have to wait just a bit longer for the band’s 50th anniversary tour to roll through town. More...
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