Ringo Starr swears he had no idea about the 1980 John Lennon ballad, "Grow Old With Me." The tune, which was originally released in 1984 on Lennon's posthumous Milk And Honey collection, has just... Read More.
Proof positive that Bruce Springsteen just can't stay away from his hometown of Freehold, New Jersey, "The Boss" was on-hand on Saturday night (October 19th) to introduce the first of two showings of his... Read More.
Pete Townshend says that Roger Daltrey stayed far away from the most recent Who sessions. The band will release its 12th studio set, titled simply, WHO, on December 12th. Although Daltrey never records his... Read More.
Despite the recent cancer reports, Eddie Van Halen appears looking happy and fit in a new photo on social media. Blabbermouth reported the guitarist was photographed on Saturday (October 19th) hugging Sue Dion, and... Read More.
The critically acclaimed David Crosby documentary, Remember My Name, will be released on DVD and Blu-ray on Tuesday (October 22nd). Remember My Name was directed by A.J. Eaton, executive produced by Cameron Crowe, and... Read More.
Soundgarden, Depeche Mode and Judas Priest are among the top five artists leading the fan vote for this year's Rock and Roll Hall of Fame class of inductees. As of Saturday... Read More.
Toto leader Steve Lukather has revealed that it looks like after the band wraps its current dates this weekend, the Grammy Award-winning group is being put on ice. In a new interview with Pennsylvania's... Read More.
Ringo Starr remains a sprightly 79-year-old, and shed some light on how he keeps himself positive and happy. Ringo, who'll release his 20th album on October 25th, titled What's My Name, told GQ, "I... Read More.
A British physician is refuting a claim that Eddie Van Halen contracted tongue cancer back in 2000 due to placing metallic guitar picks in his mouth. Van Halen's camp remains mum regarding the rumors... Read More.
It was 46 years ago Saturday (October 19th, 1973) that the Who released their second double album, the watershed 1973 collection, Quadrophenia. The set featured such classic Who songs as "The Real Me," "5:15,"... Read More.