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Rod Stewart Releases First Single From New ‘Tears of Hercules’ LP
"One More Time" is one of nine original songs on upcoming LP.
Unreleased Van Halen Tracks Include Alternate ‘Hot for Teacher’
Different vocals and an Eddie Van Halen bass and guitar duel reportedly highlight the unreleased '1984' track.
Roth, Hagar, Anthony, Cherone React to Eddie Van Halen’s Death
Guitarist's passing leaves former bandmates heartbroken and speechless.
AC/DC Share Snippet of New Song ‘Shot in the Dark’
Thirty-second teaser marks band's first new music since 2014.
Hear Robert Plant’s New ‘Charlie Patton Highway’ Single
Song will appear on upcoming anthology and second Band of Joy album.
Bon Jovi’s New ‘American Reckoning’ Mourns George Floyd’s Murder
“I was moved to write 'American Reckoning' as a witness to history," says Jon Bon Jovi.
Eagles ‘Live From the Forum’ Concert Film Will Debut This Weekend
Band's 26-song performance will premiere on cable television's most popular sports channel.
Brian May Reveals He Recently Survived a ‘Small Heart Attack’
After suffering a "small heart attack," the Queen guitarist vows he's "ready to rock."
Watch the Rolling Stones, Paul McCartney, Elton John Perform From Their Homes
The Rolling Stones performed "You Can't Always Get What You Want" from four separate locations on the televised special.
Ozzy Osbourne Cancels 2020 Tour to Pursue Medical Treatment
"I don't want to start a tour and then cancel shows at the last minute."
Ozzy Osbourne Reveals ‘Ordinary Man’ Track Listing at Premiere Event
Rocker gives fans an early listen to his first studio album in a decade.
Lindsey Buckingham Announces First Post-Heart Attack Solo Tour
Run will take place 14 months after former Fleetwood Mac member underwent emergency surgery.
Guns N’ Roses’ ‘Patience’ Appears in Saint Archer Super Bowl Ad
Axl Rose's whistling skills get a prime Super Bowl showcase
Alice Cooper, Tesla and Lita Ford Announce 2020 Summer Tour
Dates start in spring and run through summer.
38 Special and Lynyrd Skynyrd Bassist Larry Junstrom Dies at 70
In addition to being Skynyrd's founding bassist, he played on all of 38 Special's studio albums.
Eddie Money Through the Years: Photo Gallery
Career, family and friends are featured in the collection of photographs.