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Kansas Expand 'Leftoverture' Tour and Plan Return to Studio
This as-yet-untitled Kansas project would make quick work of following up last year's 'The Prelude Implicit,' the band's first new album in 16 years.
35 Years Ago: Bruce Dickinson's Arrival Inspires Iron Maiden's Metal Masterpiece 'Number of the Beast'
Iron Maiden's path to creating one of metal's cornerstone albums was dotted with uncertainty.
Guitarist Adam Bomb Recalls His Audition for Kiss
Kiss auditioned dozens of potential replacements after Ace Frehley departed the lineup in the early '80s.
'Married With Children' Star Katey Segal Says Gene Simmons Laughed at the Idea of Marrying Her
Actress Katey Sagal has revealed that she had an on-and-off relationship with Kiss icon Gene Simmons in the ‘70s – and says it ended when she discussed marriage and he laughed at her.
Chuck Berry's Final Album, 'Chuck,' to Be Released in June, Track Listing Revealed
Less than a week after the death of rock 'n' roll pioneer Chuck Berry, the release date, track listing and first song of his final album has been released.
AC/DC Promoters Fined Over Axl Rose-Fronted Show
Spanish authorities have fined AC/DC promoters Live Nation for refusing to issue ticket refunds to fans who didn’t want to see Axl Rose fronting the band.
Ted Nugent Announces 'Make America Rock Again' Summer 2017 U.S. Tour
Ted Nugent is calling a five-week summer stretch across the U.S. the 'Make America Rock Again' tour.
Record Store Day Releases Highlighted by David Bowie, Def Leppard, Paul McCartney, Fleetwood Mac and Others
Record Store Day 2017 promises another treasure trove of exclusive and limited-run items from some of classic rock's biggest names.
40 Years Ago: AC/DC Release Their First Masterpiece, 'Let There Be Rock'
It might be difficult to wrap your head around this concept, but AC/DC's rise to global stardom was both deliberate and challenging.
Todd Rundgren Shares Details of New Album, 'White Knight'
Todd Rundgren has shared details of his upcoming album White Knight, and it's a star-studded affair featuring appearances by genre- and generation-spanning artists.
Watch Pink Floyd Take on Bootleggers in 1971 Documentary Clip
Pink Floyd have released a video clip from a 1971 documentary that appears as part of their recent Early Years collection.
Queen Announce Special Edition of Monopoly Board Game
At long last, the surviving members of Queen can say they've been honored with their own special edition of Monopoly.
45 Years Ago: The Lawsuits That Derailed Grand Funk Railroad
Grand Funk Railroad began 1972 as one of rock ‘n’ roll’s most successful bands. But by March, the popular power trio found itself stuck in a legal quagmire.
Bob Dylan and Don Henley Announce (Separate) Summer Tours
Bob Dylan and Don Henley will both be on the road this summer.
Mick Fleetwood Says New Album Without Stevie Nicks Will Win Awards
Mick Fleetwood believes that the upcoming Fleetwood Mac spin-off album, which features the whole band except Stevie Nicks, is good enough to win awards.
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