Joe Walsh just got some new digs in California, and the photos are fantastic.
Tommy Lee’s wife doesn’t think it’s a big deal that he posts his junk on social media. (Full Story)
Deep Purple, Keith Richards, Prince, Carlos Santana, David Bowie and more artists have taken part in a new documentary about the legendary Montreux Jazz Festival.
Pearl Jam’s new album is “getting close to the finish line.” (Full Story)
A new book about Ozzy Osbourne will be out on September 5. It’s called “Ozzy At 75”.
In a recent New York Times interview, John Mellencamp explains why he has various songs in his set list, and doesn’t just play the hits.
After recent comments that upset the trans community, Paul Stanley would like you to know that, quote, “Everybody has a right to be who they are.” (Full Story)
Dave Grohl wrote a thank you note to fans after the first Foo Fighters shows without Taylor Hawkins. (Full Story)
Check out video of Metallica performing recently in Hamburg, Germany.
Megadeth’s Dave Mustaine says that skyrocketing costs make touring difficult, and that “just sitting still” costs about $45,000.
The U.S. State Department condemned Roger Waters’ recent concert in Berlin as, quote, “deeply offensive to Jewish people.” (Full Story)
Former Queensryche vocalist Geoff Tate has just about finished his autobiography. Meanwhile, former drummer, Scott Rockenfield, is looking forward to the truth being revealed about Queensryche in an upcoming trial against other original members. The trial centers on breach of contract, financial dealings and a leave of absence.
Here’s a list of 27 rock and metal cancer survivors. (Full Story)