Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young Could Reunite Over Donald Trump Hatred
David Crosby said despite negative feelings between him and former bandmates Stephen Stills, Graham Nash and Neil Young, the band could still reunite over their shared hatred for Donald Trump.
Steven Tyler’s Grammy Party Raised $2.4 Million for Sex Abuse Victims
Aerosmith singer Steven Tyler’s inaugural Janie's Fund gala ball and Grammys viewing party on Sunday made $2.4 million for the charity.
Roger Daltrey Announces ‘Tommy’ Tour With Orchestra
Roger Daltrey has announced a 12-date U.S. tour on which he’ll perform the Who's rock opera 'Tommy' in full with a local orchestra at each venue.
Foghat Introduce ‘Slow Ride’ Condoms
Foghat have launched their own branded condoms, named after their 1975 signature track “Slow Ride."
ZZ Top Announce Las Vegas Residency
ZZ Top have announced a six-date residency at the Venetian in Las Vegas.
David Lee Roth Impersonator Arrested on Sex Charges
A man known for pretending to be Van Halen singer David Lee Roth has been arrested on charges of having underage sex.
Neil Diamond Retires From Touring As Result of Parkinson’s Disease
Veteran singer says illness has made it “difficult to travel and perform,” but he aims to continue writing and recording.
Ann Wilson Reflects on Sex-Abuse Message of Heart’s ‘Barracuda’
Ann Wilson reflected on the continued need to deliver the message of Heart's 1977 song “Barracuda” while discussing current Hollywood sexual misconduct scandals.
Ringo Starr’s Knighthood Is Confirmed by the Queen
Paul McCartney congratulates his Beatles bandmate as Bee Gees’ Barry Gibb is also listed for the honor.
Roy Orbison’s Son Reveals Why He Started Wearing Dark Glasses
Roy Orbison developed his image while on a U.K. tour with the Beatles in 1963.