Brian May was on hand on Tuesday (April 16th) in Montreux, Switzerland to unveil a new bust of Freddie Mercury outside the city's Queen Studio Experience exhibition. The exhibition is housed in Mountain Studios,... Read More.
Led Zeppelin has uploaded the first "episode" of the ongoing YouTube series titled "Led Zeppelin History." The first offering doesn't amount to much, featuring un-synched concert footage with quotes from the band appearing across... Read More.
Hollywood Vampires -- the supergroup featuring Aerosmith's Joe Perry, Alice Cooper, and actor Johnny Depp -- has just released the lyric video for "Who's Laughing Now," the lead single from its second album, Rise,... Read More.
Foo Fighters main man Dave Grohl and his mother, Virginia Hanlon Grohl, will give a talk together at the 2019 edition of Canadian Music Week, the northern nation's big music conference and festival that... Read More.
Keith Richards says that his first solo classic, 1988's "Take It So Hard" was both written for Mick Jagger -- and also about the Rolling Stones frontman. Richards spoke with Rolling Stone about the... Read More.
Bryan Adams has just added a string of new North American dates for this summer. Adams, who's touring behind his recently released album, Shine A Light, has shows now on the books for Thunder... Read More.
It was 49 years ago today (April 17th, 1970) that Paul McCartney released his first solo album apart from the Beatles. Although McCartney, John Lennon, George Harrison, and Ringo Starr had all produced and... Read More.
Set for release on June 30th is the 25th anniversary vinyl release of Pink Floyd's 1994 album, The Division Bell. The limited-edition two-album set, which is available for pre-order via shop.pinkfloyd.com "will be available... Read More.
James Taylor kicks off his 12-night Las Vegas residency at the Colosseum at Caesar’s Palace tonight (April 17th) and is promising a career retrospective for fans. Taylor spoke about the run to EW.com explaining,... Read More.
It was 11 years ago today (April 17th, 2008) that the E Street Band's co-founding organist Danny Federici died at age 58 at New York City's Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, following a three-year battle... Read More.