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Report: Joni Mitchell Recovering, Could Be Leaving Hospital Soon

Good news for Joni Mitchell and her fans: It looks like she could be released from the hospital soon! Read more...

Paul McCartney On Working With Kanye West: “Woah, what am I going to get into here?”

The recent collaborations between Paul McCartney and Kanye West has definitely been one of the most surprising in recent memory, and despite his incredible five decades plus career, even Sir Paul himself was a bit nervous of what would come of it. Read more...

Happy Birthday, Lou Gramm!

Lou Gramm, former lead singer of Foreigner turns 65 today, however, if Lou could give us a present, it would be for him to tour with Foreigner one more time. Read more...

The Who ‘Live At Shea Stadium 1982’ Coming To DVD June 29th

The Who is digging into its vaults to release one of its classic shows of yesteryear -- at New York's Shea Stadium on October 13, 1982 during the group's first "farewell" tour. Read more...

Is A Neal Schon/Santana Tour Possible?

It turns out that Schon has even more ambitious plans in mind for a Santana tour. Read more...

Paul McCartney Announces First U.S. Arena Date For 2015

Could this mean MORE shows in the U.S. will be announced?! Read more...

Grateful Dead’s “Fare Thee Well” Shows Airing On PPV Telecast

You'll be able to enjoy the Grateful Dead's “Fare Thee Well” reunion/50th anniversary shows in the comfort of your own home -- and on your choice of devices. Read more...

Failed Solo Album Cited For Phil Rudd’s Recent Behavior

The failure of his 2014 solo album Head Job apparently led to the meltdown that now has AC/DC drummer Phil Rudd facing up to seven months in jail in New Zealand. Read more...

UPDATE: Bill Ward Responds To Ozzy In ‘Rolling Stone’ And On Facebook

Drama…thy name is Sabbath. Read more...

Ringo Reveals How He Found Out About His Rock Hall Induction

Ringo Starr will become the final Beatle inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame on Saturday (April 18) in Cleveland, with bandmate Paul McCartney slated to make the induction speech. Read more...

Grateful Dead Add Two New “Fare Thee Well” Shows

For those who couldn’t snag tickets to the Grateful Dead’s 50th anniversary shows in Chicago on July 3-5, you’re in luck! Read more...

New Ringo Starr Album Due Out March 31st

After teasing a new release toward the end of 2014, Ringo Starr has unveiled new details on his 18th studio album. Read more...

What Our Favorite Classic Rockers Should Be Thankful For This Thanksgiving

Happy Thanksgiving, everyone! On this day of over-eating and potential awkward family discussions, we pause and think of our favorite classic rockers and imagine, “What would they be giving thanks for today?” Here’s what we thought: Read more...

Stevie Nicks To Receive “Icon Award” At BMI Pop Awards

Stevie Nicks will have to take a small break from Fleetwood Mac tour rehearsals this May as she will be receiving the “Icon Award” at the 62nd Annual BMI Pop Awards. Read more...

New Ace Frehley Album Set For June 24th Release

Ace Frehley may not have a chance to perform with KISS at the upcoming Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony, but he's certainly taking advantage of the profile. Read more...

Stones Cancel Aussie Show

The Rolling Stones have not surprisingly canceled the opening show of their Australian tour -- scheduled for Wednesday (March 19) in Perth -- after Mick Jagger's longtime girlfriend L'Wren Scott was found dead of an apparent suicide in her New York apartment. Read more...

Pete Seeger Dies at Age 94

Pete Seeger, one of the most influential musical icons of our time, died on Monday night. Read more...

Classic Night At The Grammys

Classic rockers took home a handful of trophies at Sunday's 56th Annual Grammy Awards in Los Angeles, with Paul McCartney leading the pack. Read more...

The Beatles Bring In Big Bucks

The Beatles are still bringing in the big bucks. A rare, original mono pressing of "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band" signed by all four Beatles has sold for $175,698 according to New Hampshire`s RR Auction. Read more...

Warren Haynes and Derek Trucks Announce Departure from Allman Brothers Band

In a shocking move, Allman Brothers Band guitarists Warren Haynes and Derek Trucks both announced Wednesday (January 8) that they were going to leave the band at the end of the year "to dig even deeper into our various creative and musical endeavors." Read more...