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Phil Collins Thinks Genesis Reunion Tour Won’t Go Past 2021 Shows
“This English and American tour, that will be enough for me,” singer says.
Motley Crue, Def Leppard, Poison and Joan Jett Tour Moved to ’22
The highly anticipated tour was first announced for the summer of 2020.
Hear Cheap Trick’s New Song ‘Boys and Girls and Rock N Roll’
Track previews band's upcoming 20th LP, 'In Another World.'
Bruce Springsteen DWI Charges Dismissed
He pleads guilty to "consumption of alcohol in a closed area."
Bruce Springsteen Teases ‘Big Surprise’ for Fans in 2021
"I have some projects coming up this year that I won't tell 'cause it's going to be a secret," he told SiriusXM.
How Rush, Tom Petty and Others Reacted to John Lennon’s Murder
In the immediate aftermath of his death, major artists scrambled to address the horror in some fashion — musically, verbally or through the press.
Wolfgang Van Halen Opens Up About Late Father’s Health Battles
Lung cancer and brain tumor were among issues Eddie faced.
Eddie Vedder, Stevie Nicks to Guest at Virtual Tom Petty Festival
Foo Fighters and Jackson Browne also booked for event, marking what would have been late rocker's 70th birthday.
Eddie Van Halen Dies: Rockers React
Former bandmate Sammy Hagar wrote that he's "heartbroken and speechless" after guitarist's death from cancer.
Whitesnake Announce New ‘Love Songs’ Compilation
Band shared new remix of "Is This Love" ahead of 15-track collection.
Hear Two New Blue Oyster Cult Songs From ‘The Symbol Remains’
"That Was Me" and "Box in My Head" highlight band's first album in almost two decades.
Hear Tom Petty’s Stark Solo ‘Wildflowers’ Demo From Box Set
Acoustic home recording previews long-awaited 'Wildflowers & All the Rest' package.
Aerosmith, Rolling Stones Members Demand Campaign Song Clearance
Pearl Jam, R.E.M. and Green Day also sign open letter with Artist Rights Alliance.
Watch Regis Philbin ‘Audition’ for Motley Crue in 1997
Host, who died Saturday at age 88, played band a "rock" piano variation of children's song "Old MacDonald Had a Farm."
How Eagles Ended Up on ESPN: ‘They Went Crazy, We Went Crazy’
Since their fans are "a little old-school," the band originally made a traditional deal with Rhino.
Mick Jagger Says Next Rolling Stones Album ‘Sounds Pretty Good’
"We recorded a bunch of tracks at the same time we did ['Living in a Ghost Town']," singer says. "Actually I’ve been finishing off the vocals and some other instruments on them."