50 Years Ago: John and Cynthia Lennon’s Tumultuous Marriage Ends
The doomed relationship lasted 11 years and coincided with the Beatles' rise from small-town band to worldwide superstars.
5 Reasons Def Leppard Should Be in the Hall of Fame
The veteran rockers are nominated for the first time in 2018. Their enshrinement is long overdue.
Ozzy Osbourne Announces New ‘No More Tours 2′ Farewell Tour Dates
More than two dozen dates added to road show, including postponed concerts.
Who’s Who in Queen’s ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ Movie
In addition to the four band members, other people were important to their story.
Cars, ZZ Top, Jethro Tull Stars Join William Shatner’s New Christmas Album
Classic rockers line up to help Captain Kirk sing holiday favorites.
A History of ‘Next Led Zeppelin’ Bands
There's only one Led Zeppelin, but that hasn't stopped fans from crowning these groups the new kings.
Neil Young to Release ‘Songs for Judy’ Live Acoustic Album
LP, curated by Cameron Crowe and Joel Bernstein, features performances from singer-songwriter's 1976 tour.
Dave Grohl Says Foo Fighters Are ‘Ready to Take a Break’
Frontman can envision band's next record, but doesn't know when process will begin.
The Ongoing Legacy of Toto’s ‘Africa’
Ever since the release of Toto's "Africa" in 1982, the song has gone on to a life of its own in cover versions, hip-hop samples and viral videos.
25 Years Ago: Cranberries Emerge With Debut LP, ‘Everybody Else Is Doing It, So Why Can’t …
A new Irish act emerged from the blue-collar town of Limerick in the '90s.