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WATCH: Interactive Video For Zeppelin’s “Trampled Under Foot”

If you’re looking for a fun way to goof off at work, then you have to check out this awesome video for the rough mix of Led Zeppelin’s “Trampled Under Foot” dubbed “Brandy & Coke.” More...

WATCH: Van Halen Rock ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live’

Night one of two of Van Halen’s appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live is in the books and found the band performing two of their classics: “Panama” and “Runnin’ With The Devil.” More...

Ringo Starr on New Album ‘Postcards From Paradise’

Out today (March 31) is Ringo Starr's Postcards From Paradise, the former Beatle drummer's 18th studio album overall. More...

Rolling Stones Announce 15-Date “Zip Code” Tour

It’s a #SatisfactionTuesday for Rolling Stones fans in North America as the band finally unveil their much-buzzed about summer tour dates for what is being dubbed the “Zip Code” tour. More...

New Album From Boz Scaggs Out Today

Arriving today is a new album by Boz Scaggs, Hell To Pay, a sequel of sorts to 2013's Memphis, the new set was recorded across Tennessee in Nashville, produced again by Steve Jordan. More...

Norman Greenbaum In Critical Condition After Car Accident

Norman Greenbaum, known for his 1970 hit “Spirit In The Sky,” has been hospitalized and is currently in critical condition after a car accident that took place over the weekend, which resulted in one death and serious injury to another passenger. More...

Bob Seger Wrapping Tour Tonight

Bob Seger and his Silver Bullet Band bring their Ride Out Tour to an end tonight (March 30) in Indianapolis -- a make-up show for the March 22 date that was postponed after Seger suffered a pinched nerve in his shoulder. More...

Elton John Extends Olive Branch To Mother

After not speaking to her for seven years, Elton John appears to be trying to mend his relationship with his mother. More...

Gene Simmons Forming Horror Movie Company With WWE

Gene Simmons and World Wrestling Entertainment: It’s a match made in heaven…or hell! More...

New Live Springsteen Set Now Available

Bruce Springsteen has tapped his vaults for another new release in his ongoing concert recording series. More...

Rush Photo Book Celebrates Band’s History

Rush will offer fans a bit of a read in front of its upcoming R40 tour this year. More...

Not Dirt Cheap: Malcolm Young Purchases $10 Million Home

AC/DC's ailing Malcolm Young may have dementia, but he's not destitute. More...

Deep Purple Announce North American Tour Dates

There'll be a little smoke across the water this summer as Deep Purple brings its road show to the U.S. for a dozen concerts this summer. More...

Ozzy Having Surgery, Ozzfiesta Canceled

Bummer news for Ozzy Osbourne fans looking forward to the inaugural Ozzfiesta taking place May 27-31: The Prince of Darkness needs to undergo surgery and the five-day Mexico getaway has been canceled. More...

LISTEN: Two New Previews From Van Halen’s Upcoming Live Album

Van Halen’s new live album 'Tokyo Dome Live In Concert' is due out March 30th, but that’s not stopping the band from offering up more previews of the release, which marks the first live album in the band’s history to feature David Lee Roth. More...

Paul Kantner Suffers Suspected Heart Attack

Paul Kantner, co-founder of the Jefferson Airplane and Jefferson Starship, has been grounded by health concerns. More...

New Frampton Album In The Works

It appears Peter Frampton has a new album on the way -- comprised of older material. More...

Doors’ Debut Added To Library of Congress’s Nation Recording Registry

The Doors' self-titled 1967 debut album is among the new titles added to the Library of Congress's National Recording Registry, which each year adds 25 recordings that are at least 10 years old and deemed "culturally, historically or aesthetically significant." More...

All-Star Lineup Set For Les Paul 100th Birthday Celebration

Neal Schon of Journey, Steve Miller, Joan Jett and Joe Satriani are among the guitarists who will take part in a June 9 celebration of the late guitar legend and inventor Les Paul's 100th birthday. More...

Paul McCartney Headlining Lollapalooza

Paul McCartney will be one of the headliners at this year's Lollapalooza 2015 festival, running July 31-August 2 at Grant Park in Chicago. More...

Van Halen Announce 2015 Summer/Fall North American Tour Dates

As if there weren’t enough incredible summer tours lined up already, Van Halen has decided to join the party, because what’s a party without some Van Halen?! More...

Doobie Brothers, Sammy Hagar, Pat Benatar Among Acts Playing Summerfest

Dubbed “The World’s Largest Music Festival,” Milwaukee’s Summerfest just unveiled the bill for their music festival taking place June 24-28 and June 30-July 5, and it’s literally has something for everyone. More...

David Crosby Accidentally Hits Jogger While Driving On Rural Road

David Crosby was involved in a scary scene early Sunday (March 22nd) evening as he accidently hit a jogger while driving on a rural road near his home in California’s Santa Ynez Valley. More...

New Live Skynyrd Set Due Out June 2nd

A couple of vintage Lynyrd Skynyrd concerts will be released as Sweet Home Alabama, a new two-CD set coming June 2. More...

Phil Ehart On The New Kansas Documentary ‘Miracles Out of Nowhere’

Hitting stores today (March 24) is 'Miracles Out of Nowhere,' the new documentary about Kansas from the group's inception through its fifth album, 'Point of Know Return.' More...
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