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15 Years Ago: The Who's John Entwistle Dies
John Entwistle’s death attracted as much attention as he always had onstage with the Who.
Robbie Williams Apologizes for Insinuating Jimmy Page Is Mentally Ill
U.K. neighbors Jimmy Page and Robbie Williams still probably won't be attending one another's barbecues anytime soon, but the pair's long-running public feud appears to have ended.
Producer Jimmy Iovine Recalls Hiding Stevie Nicks in His Basement While Producing Tom Petty
Jimmy Iovine told Howard Stern during a wide-ranging interview that he secretly juggled commitments to multiple major clients on at least one infamous occasion.
35 Years Ago: The Alan Parsons Project Hit the Big Time With 'Eye in the Sky'
With their sixth studio album, 1982's Eye in the Sky, the Alan Parsons Project made a break with tradition — and scored their biggest hit in the bargain.
Carole King's 'Tapestry: Captured Live at Hyde Park London' Coming to Theaters
Carole King's 2016 appearance at London's Hyde Park brought the acclaimed singer-songwriter back to the U.K. for the first time in nearly three decades.
Tony Iommi's Album Project With Brian May Could Still Happen
We got a preview of how this combustible duo would work together when Brian May appeared on Tony Iommi's self-titled 2000 solo album.
Metallica Magazine Advertisements Through the Years: 1984-2017
We've collected over thirty years' worth of vintage magazine ads and promotional posters from the mighty Metallica.
See Classic Rock Record Covers Given a Marvel Comics Twist
Select issues of Marvel Comics titles will put some of the publisher's best-loved characters in the middle of classic rock album covers later this year.
35 Years Ago: Survivor Follow 'Rocky III' Success With 'Eye of the Tiger' Album
As the members of Survivor began preparations for their third album, they knew they still had a lot to prove.
Toronto Capybaras Named After Members of Rush
Some of Toronto's most famous rodents now have new names, courtesy of three of the city's favorite rock 'n' roll sons.
Nikki Sixx Says He's 'Unofficially Retired' From Touring
Nikki Sixx spent decades on the road with Mötley Crüe — and has recently toured with Sixx:A.M. — but it sounds like he's finally had enough of being away from home.
50 Years Ago: The Beatles Debut 'All You Need is Love' for the World
Representing their country in a historic satellite broadcast, the Beatles presented "All You Need is Love" before the entire world on June 25, 1967.
Queen + Adam Lambert Kick Off 2017 North American Tour: Set List + Video
Queen + Adam Lambert began their first North American tour since 2014 at the Gila River Arena in Glendale, Ariz.
Meet Motley Crue's Secret 'Smokin' in the Boys Room' Harmonica Player
Although Vince Neil was credited with playing harmonica on Motley Crue's breakthrough hit, it was performed by veteran Micky Raphael.
Alex Van Halen's Track Star Son is Running Like a Devil
Aric Van Halen competed in the 3,000-meter steeplechase at the USA Track & Field Outdoor Championships this weekend.
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