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Brian Johnson Says Malcolm Young’s Been Biggest Influence On AC/DC’s World Tour

With AC/DC set to take the stage tonight for Coachella’s second weekend, it’s just another step closer to the kickoff of their European leg of their “Rock Or Bust” world tour. And this time around, the band have a strong purpose for taking the stage. Read more...

Joan Jett, Cherie Currie Reflect On Jett’s Rock Hall Induction

We all know Joan Jett loves rock 'n' roll. Now rock 'n' roll will love her when Jett and her band, the Blackhearts, are inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame on Saturday (April 18) in Cleveland. Read more...

Highlights From Alice Cooper’s Set At John Varvatos Store Opening

Alice Cooper and high fashion might seem like strange bedfellows, but the Rock and Roll Hall of Famer was on hand to help good buddy and fashion designer John Varvatos celebrate the grand opening of his new store on Thursday night (April 16) in their shared home town of Detroit. Read more...

Double Trouble’s Chris Layton Talks Rock Hall Induction

This summer will mark the 25th anniversary of Stevie Ray Vaughan's death in a helicopter crash in Wisconsin, but the mood will be more jubilant on Saturday (April 18) when Vaughan and his band, Double Trouble, are inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame during this year's ceremony in Cleveland. Read more...

Remastered Roger Waters Album ‘Amused to Death’ Due Out This Summer

Roger Waters’ 1992 album Amused To Death is getting the remaster treatment! Read more...

Bill Ward Posts Statement On Relationship With Black Sabbath

It doesn't seem like fences are likely to be mended between Black Sabbath and estranged original drummer Bill Ward any time soon. Read more...

Roger Daltrey Reflects On The Who’s 50th Anniversary

"Won't Get Fooled Again" will get a special, and appropriate, tax day airing tonight (April 15) as the Who kicks off the first North American leg of its The Who Hits 50! Tour in Tampa, Fla. Read more...

Percy Sledge Dead At 73

Sad news to report as Percy Sledge, best known for his 1966 number one hit “When a Man Loves a Woman,” has died. He was 73. Read more...

Pete Townshend Performing At Chicago Benefit Show

Pete Townshend and the rest of the Who touring band have been tapped to perform at a Who-themed benefit concert next month near Chicago for Teen Cancer America. Read more...

RECAP: AC/DC’s Coachella Set

AC/DC’s headlining set at Coachella this past weekend was important for two reasons: 1. It showed a predominately hipster crowd what real rock and roll is and 2. It was the band’s first full concert set without Malcolm Young. Read more...

Seger Nabs Three Honors At Detroit Music Awards

Bob Seger was out of town, but the Michigan rocker still had a big night at the 24th annual Detroit Music Awards on Friday (April 10) at the Fillmore Detroit. 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...

Donald Fagen’s Coachella Diary Is The Best Thing You’ll Read All Day

Many eyebrows were raised when it was announced that Steely Dan would be playing this year’s Coachella festival, but perhaps the person who has the biggest opinion about the booking is Donald Fagen. Read more...

AC/DC News Round-Up: World Tour Kick-Off, McCartney’s Advice To Johnson On Coachella

It will be rock or bust indeed for AC/DC tonight (April 10) as the group kicks off its Rock Or Bust World Tour at the Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival in Indio, Calif. Read more...

Trailer For Zeppelin Concert Movie Now Available

Fans looking forward to Led Zeppelin’s upcoming concert film experience can finally get a sneak peek in the now released trailer! Read more...

Fogerty U.S. Tour Dates Announced

After teasing the dates, John Fogerty has unveiled the first round of U.S. tour dates for his “1969” tour. Read more...

AC/DC News Round-Up: Rudd Legal Updates, New Music Video Being Filmed

The next step in embattled AC/DC drummer Phil Rudd's criminal issues has been delayed by a couple of months. Read more...

Doobie Brothers Launch New Concert Club

The Doobies Brothers are definitely keeping their fans in mind with the launch of their new “Takin’ It To The Streets Concert Club.” Read more...

Report: Beatles Catalog Headed To Pono

If this is true, then Neil Young might be one of the happiest men in music today. Read more...

Mick Jones Opens Up About Nervous Breakdown

Foreigner founder Mick Jones has come clean about recent health issues that limited his ability to perform with the band. Read more...