These Brooklyn boys don't need junior high talent shows, they've just signed a million-dollar deal.
The rockers are postponing plans to head to Sin City to record a new album.
The longtime Oasis fan began to realize his drug of choice was no longer cool when Gallagher opened up about his decision to quit a decade ago.
The rocker is getting literary.
A tree planted in honor of the late Beatle has been devoured by bugs.
The rockers delay their tour to allow bassist Dusty Hill time to undergo surgery.
Joan Jett was also among the rockers recognized at the first Alternative Press Music Awards.
The famous song was recorded in Georgia but that won't stop the state from welcoming motorists to "Sweet Home Alabama."
Frontman Les Claypool says the drummer will undergo heart surgery.
The rocker wants to add NFL team owner to his resumé.
Joel Stretzel has been forced to take some time away from the group's tour due to an undisclosed "family emergency."
Gene Simmons insisting there's "not a chance" of an original KISS line-up reunion.
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Texas blues icon Johnny Winter, who rose to fame in the late '60s with his energetic performances and recordings, has died.
The film is slated to hit movie theaters in late 2015.
The rockers will play shows at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino starting this fall.
A decades-old joke about Tom Jones could turn into reality if Tommy Iommi has his way.
Metallica offers the staff at ESPN free guitar lessons and try to write intro songs for golf.
Tommy Ramone, the drummer for the iconic 70s punk group and its last surviving original member, has died.
Alice Cooper may be 66, but he made Motley Crue look old at the final show in Des Moines.