37 Years Ago: Nikki Sixx Forms Motley Crue
On Jan. 17, 1981, Nikki Sixx formed Motley Crue after leaving London. Get the full story behind the band's beginnings.
Axl Rose: The White House Is the ‘Gold Standard of What Can Be Considered Disgraceful’
See what has the Guns N' Roses singer all fired up.
Ace Frehley to Bring the ‘New York Groove’ to 2018 NHL Winter Classic
It's New Year's tradition to start things off with a little KISS... well, almost for the NHL.
Billy Corgan Books ‘Last Call With Carson Daly’ Appearance, Led Zeppelin Announces 50th An…
Get news on Billy Corgan, Led Zeppelin, Between the Buried and Me, Dimmu Borgir and Life of Agony in today's Wire to Wire.
Get ‘Thunderstruck’ With These Two AC/DC Synced Christmas Light Displays
AC/DC may have declared that "Rock and Roll Ain't Noise Pollution," but this year it's definitely light pollution.
Billy Corgan Eyeing 2018 With Potential Double Album
While the world hold its collective breath on a Smashing Pumpkins reunion, it looks like we'll get new music from Billy Corgan in some capacity in 2018.
Alice Cooper Issues Enigmatic ‘The Sound of A’ Video – Exclusive Premiere
Watch the video for Alice Cooper's chilling 'Paranormal' track 'The Sound of A.'
Aerosmith’s Steven Tyler Opens ‘Janie’s House’ Shelter for Abused Girls
Steven Tyler continues to offer support for women who suffer from abuse.
Pearl Jam Launch 8-Bit Baseball Video Game With Chances to Win Signed Prizes
Pearl Jam have hit a home run with their arcade-styled video game.
Dee Snider: ‘I Can’t Be Friends’ With Donald Trump Anymore
While Dee Snider never backed Donald Trump for President, the two remained friends until some controversial views forced the singer to sever that notion.