LISTEN: New “Rock” Version of Freddie Mercury Solo Track “Love Kills”

Three new tracks will be appearing on the new Queen greatest hits set Queen Forever due out November 10th, including a new “rock” version of the Freddie Mercury solo ballad “Love Kills” which is now streaming. Read more...

ZZ Top Announce Rescheduled Tour Dates

With injured bassist Dusty Hill on the mend, ZZ Top has announced a return to the road on January 17 in San Antonio, the first of 19 North American headlining dates slated through April, with more expected to be announced soon. Read more...

Phil Collins Opens Up About Recent Alcohol Issues

Phil Collins has made a surprising confession during a new interview with the U.K.'s Daily Mail that he's been battling alcohol issues in recent years. Read more...

Joe Elliott Talks His Contribution To “The Art Of McCartney”

Tribute albums, at times, can be hit or miss, but the upcoming Paul McCartney tribute album The Art of McCartney is set to be huge, and Joe Elliott is fortunate enough to be performing on the album solo and with Def Leppard. Read more...

45 Years Ago Today: 'Abbey Road' is Released Stateside

Abbey Road, released in the United States on October 1, 1969, is one of rock’s most iconic albums for many reasons, but it is perhaps best known for being the final album The Beatles recorded together. Read more...

Classic Rock Rundown – Wednesday, October 1, 2014

On today's edition of the Classic Rock Rundown, Uncle Buck gives the latest on Fleetwood Mac, Tony Iommi, Pink Floyd and more. Read more...

Malcolm Young’s Family Confirm Dementia Diagnosis

Reports surfaced last week that AC/DC’s Malcolm Young was currently in a dementia care facility, and now the guitarist’s family has issued a statement confirming those reports. Read more...

Jimmy Page Putting New Band Together

It seems as though Jimmy Page has finally given up on any hopes of a Led Zeppelin Reunion…but a new band seems to be on the horizon next year. Read more...

How U2’s New Album Just Became Eligible For Upcoming Grammys

One of the items pointed out in the wake of the free release of U2’s Songs of Innocence is that since that album’s retail release was after the September 30th cutoff, it wouldn’t be eligible for nomination at the 57th Annual Grammy Awards. Read more...

Flying Colors ‘Second Nature’ Out Now

Flying Colors -- the all-star band featuring current and former members of Deep Purple, Dream Theater, Spock's Beard and more -- takes off again today (September 30) with the release of its sophomore album, the appropriately titled "Second Nature." Read more...