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Styx’s Tommy Shaw Plays ‘Fooling Yourself’ With Youth Orchestra
Eighty-eight musicians, all between ages 12 and 18, helped with socially distanced version of 'The Grand Illusion' hit.
Hear the Rolling Stones’ Previously Unreleased Song ‘Criss Cross’
The song is one of three previously unheard tracks from a new 'Goats Head Soup' box set.
Kiss’ Paul Stanley: ‘Wear Your Mask!’
Singer also blasted "conspiracy theorists" on the subject.
Axl Rose Blasts Surgeon General Over Comments on Large Gatherings
Guns N' Roses singer exchanged tweets with Jerome Adams leading up to July 4 weekend.
Billy Gibbons’ ‘Rock and Roll Gearhead’ Book: Preview and Interview
"Every guitar maintains a special characteristic and personality," says ZZ Top leader. "No two are exactly alike. Same six strings, way different effect!"
The Rolling Stones Threaten Lawsuit Over Trump Using Their Songs
"If Donald Trump disregards the exclusion and persists, then he would face a lawsuit for breaking the embargo and playing music that has not been licensed," band writes.
Motley Crue and Def Leppard Announce 2021 Dates and Refund Policy
Thirty-one-date trek with Poison and Joan Jett was postponed from summer 2020 due to COVID-19.
Bruce Kulick Reflects on ‘Shock’ of Brother Bob’s Death
Guitarist recalls fellow Kiss contributor's music career and long-term relationship with actress Stella Stevens.
Rush Salute Neil Peart and DJs With New ‘Spirit of Radio’ Video
Animated clip promotes 40th-anniversary reissue of 1980 LP 'Permanent Waves'
Which Songs Did Pink Floyd Play the Most in Concert?
The list features plenty of 'Dark Side,' some early staples and more 'A Momentary Lapse of Reason' than you might expect.
Brian May Says Nerve Pain ‘Paralyzed My Brain’
Queen guitarist revealed how recent injury has affected his daily life.
Pearl Jam Envision Climate Change Destruction in ‘Retrograde’ Video
Activist Greta Thunberg makes cameo in band's eerie yet hopeful 'Gigaton' clip.