The Rolling Stones have a new album on the way.
Nevada’s governor wants AC/DC at the Super Bowl.
Lou Gramm addressed the fact that the band is not in the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame, and has not even been on the ballot for consideration yet. He claims there’s some sort of problem between the publisher of Rolling Stone magazine and Foreigner guitarist Mick Jones.
Check out Roger Waters’ new version of “Time”.
Love The Police? You can rent Stewart Copeland’s house for $25K a month.
Dave Grohl and Taylor Hawkins’ son Shane joined Taylor’s side project Chevy Metal for a set of classic rock covers.
Trans-Siberian Orchestra announced their fall tour dates, including one on December 13 at PNC Arena in Raleigh.
Former Queensryche singer Geoff Tate is working on round 2 of his autobiography.
Foghat’s new album, “Sonic Mojo”, will be out November 9. Here’s the first release.
Former Whitesnake guitarist Bernie Marsden passed away. He co-wrote “Here I Go Again” and “Fool for Your Loving”. Meanwhile, Whitesnake’s upcoming “The Purple Album” reissue is on the way October 13, and includes a demo of David Coverdale’s Deep Purple audition.
Wolfgang Van Halen says one of the reasons he chose Peter Gabriel’s “In Your Eyes” to be his wedding song is because “So” was one of his dad Eddie’s favorite albums of all time.
Frank Zappa’s “Over-Nite Sensation” is getting a 50th anniversary box set reissue.
Here’s pro shot video of Metallica from their current tour, performing “The Memory Remains”.