Ozzy Osbourne to Destroy All Non-Rock Music in New 'Trolls' Movie
The rocker will play a villainous role in the upcoming animated film.
Steve Perry Drops Suit to Prevent the Release of Old Demos
The former Journey singer will look to settle his case against a musician with whom he recorded some demos in the early '90s.
Motley Crue Stars Blast 'Bottom of the Barrel' Reelz Documentary
Motley Crue's Nikki Sixx and Vince Neil have expressed their displeasure with the Reelz 'Breaking the Band' episode about their band.
Philomena Lynott Laid to Rest Near Her Son Phil Lynott
Priest jokes that Phil Lynott will sing “Guess who just got back today” to his mom after she’s buried nearby him as crowds pay tribute in Ireland.
45 Times Rock Music Made 'Stranger Things' Even Stranger
The Clash, Peter Gabriel and the Police are just some of the many artists to be featured in the show.
The Beatles in Liverpool: A Walking and Driving Tour
A Magical Mystery Tour through some of the most important and iconic sites in the band's hometown.
Carlos Santana Says He’s Been Accused of ‘Career Suicide’
Guitarist argues that his main interest is in learning, and wants to keep “being vulnerable.”
Lawsuits Forthcoming Over Master Tapes Lost in Universal Fire
The legal action follows a report that thousands of tapes were destroyed, including work by Guns N' Roses, Elton John, Nirvana and the Eagles.
The Full Story of Axl Rose's 'Looney Tunes' Appearance Revealed
The 'New Looney Tunes' writers reveal how the Guns N' Roses singer's appearance happened.
Roger Daltrey: New Who LP is ‘Best Album Since ‘Quadrophenia’'
Though he was previously skeptical of the new material, the Who frontman is now sharing his excitement for the band's upcoming album.
Adam Lambert Says 'Bohemian Rhapsody' Sequel 'Doesn't Make Sense'
The Queen + Adam Lambert frontman threw cold water on rumors of a second film.
Guns N' Roses, Eagles Masters Among 100,000 Destroyed in Fire
New report reveals that material from thousands of artists burned in the 2008 fire.
Creedence Clearwater Revival Finally Release 'Live at Woodstock'
After 50 years, the band's entire performance at the legendary festival will finally be released.
Woodstock 50 Loses Venue and Second Backer, Seeking New Home
Troubled anniversary festival has 66 days to reorganize production, sell tickets and stage show.
Courtney Love Slams ‘The Dirt’ - Tommy Lee Fires Back
Motley Crue drummer responds to Hole singer describing movie as “just f–––––g dumb.”
Brian Wilson Postpones Summer U.S. Tour Citing Health Issues
These June dates were billed as his final performances of the Beach Boys' 1966 masterpiece 'Pet Sounds.'
Ted Nugent Says Hunting and Making Music ‘Enhance Each Other’
Guitarist celebrates experience of killing a buck then heading into his studio.
Why Van Halen Took Six Months to Come Up With ‘Right Now’
Sammy Hagar recalls blind spot over lead lyric and piano riff.