New Randy Rhoads Book To Hit Shelves
Though only on this planet a short time, the influence and legacy of Ozzy Osbourne guitarist Randy Rhoads continue to grow. After much anticipation, a new biography about the guitar legend is set for release.
Robert Plant Unveils Live ‘Band of Joy’ DVD Trailer
As we recently reported, Led Zeppelin main man and all around rock and roll legend Robert Plant is set to release a new live in concert DVD next month, and you can now get a sneak peak thanks to a new video trailer.
Original Spider From Mars Talks About Split From Bowie
In July 1973, David Bowie shocked fans when he announced that he was breaking up the Spiders From Mars and retiring the Ziggy character. Bowie’s reasons for this has long been a mystery. However, a new interview gives a possible explanation.
Scorpions Not Calling It Quits After All
Last year, the Scorpions announced their decision to call it a day after one final tour. But as new concert dates and recording projects were added to their plans, they began to question this decision.
Fleetwood Mac Guitarist Bob Welch’s Suicide Reportedly Spurred by an Unsuccessful Spinal O…
Last week it was reported that former Fleetwood Mac guitarist Bob Welch took his own life, we now have learned a little more behind that sad and dramatic action.
Iron Maiden’s ‘The Number Of The Beast’ Voted Best British Album Of The Last 60 Years
To celebrate the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee, HMV conducted a public vote for the top British album of the last 60 years. Heading up the list was none other than Iron Maiden with their 1982 classic ‘The Number Of The Beast.’
The Rolling Stones Hit The Ten Million Fan Mark On Facebook
While it may not define eternal “satisfaction,” the Rolling Stones have hit a high mark when it comes to the world of Facebook. They recently hit the ten million “like” mark. To acknowledge the milestone, Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Charlie Wa…
Robin Gibb Dead at 62
Robin Gibb, one-third of the legendary Gibb Brothers better known to the world as the Bee Gees, has passed away today (May 20) at the age of 62. The news was given via an official statement:
AC/DC’s Malcolm Young Plays Second Fiddle to Folk Singer Cousin
On a recent trip to Glasgow, Scotland, AC/DC rhythm guitarist Malcolm Young discovered not only the beauty of his and brother Angus’ birthplace, but the ranking of his fame vs. his cousin, folksinger Sandie Maciver.
Justin Bieber: World’s Most Surprising Metallica Fan
We never had Justin Bieber pegged as a big heavy metal lover, but maybe we misjudged the little twerp — while he doesn’t seem to have any Slayer or Mercyful Fate tattoos, it turns out he is in fact a big fan of Metallica.
Did Jimi Hendrix Really Plan to Join Emerson, Lake and Palmer?
Greg Lake has revealed the truth behind rumors stating Jimi Hendrix was planning to collaborate with Emerson, Lake and Palmer shortly before his death.
Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony Airs on HBO This Weekend
The 27th annual Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony, which was held April 14 in Cleveland, Ohio, will be making its way to the masses via HBO this Saturday, May 5 (9:00-11:30 p.m. ET/PT). The special will feature highlights from the evening including inductions, speeches, performance…