Billy Joel Receiving Library of Congress Gershwin Prize

As if Billy Joel’s mantel didn’t already have enough awards, now the Piano Man will have to make room for another honor! Read more...

George Harrison Memorial Tree Destroyed By Beetles

In “so ridiculous I can’t make this up news:” A tree planted in Los Angeles in memory of Beatle George Harrison was killed as the result of a beetle infestation. Read more...

AC/DC’s Rudd Dropping Solo Album, New Single Out Now

AC/DC may have wrapped the recording process on their follow-up to 2010’s Black Ice, but drummer Phil Rudd isn’t waiting around to release new music. Read more...

Yes’s “Heaven & Earth” Out Now

In stores today is Yes’s "Heaven & Earth," the prog rock group's follow-up to 2011's "Fly From Here." Read more...

Happy 67th Birthday, Don Henley!

Don Henley’s 67th birthday finds him, once more, with the Eagles, the band that made him famous. Read more...

New Reports Say Sir Paul Had Intestinal Surgery

Paul McCartney's health issues in Japan may have been more serious than indicated. Read more...

“Live at the Isle of Wight” Out On Blu-ray June 17th

Big news for Hendrix fans: “Blue Wild Angel: Jimi Hendrix Live at the Isle of Wight” will be coming out on Blu-ray for the first time on June 17th. Read more...

Bob Dylan Streaming New Frank Sinatra Cover

Much to everyone’s surprise, Bob Dylan began streaming a new cover of Frank Sinatra’s “Full Moon and Empty Arms” on his official website today. Read more...

Zeppelin News Round-Up: Plant’s New Album, Potential New Songs From Page

Lately, it seems like we can’t go two days without some new Led Zeppelin/Robert Plant/Jimmy Page news. Here’s the latest on the rock legends: Read more...

Neil Young Working On New Album

With his new "A Letter Home" album out -- featuring songs by Bob Dylan, Willie Nelson, Bruce Springsteen and others -- Neil Young is beginning to focus on a new album of original matter. Read more...

Online Springsteen Museum Launches In June

In what is surely a first, a new “online museum” dedicated to Bruce Springsteen will go live in June 4th. Read more...

Journey Returning To The Studio This Year

Journey is eyeballing a return to the studio later this year to make a follow-up to the group's 2011 album, "Eclipse." Read more...

Summerfest Lineup Includes Alice Cooper, Cheap Trick, REO Speedwagon

If you find yourself in or near Milwaukee, Wisc. in late June or early July, you’re going to want to check out Summerfest, because its lineup is packed with some of the biggest names in classic rock. Read more...

Happy Birthday, Tony Banks!

Tony Banks of Genesis celebrates his birthday today! Read more...

Notable Sideman Joe Lala Dead at 66

His wasn't a household name, but those who read album credits and attend shows knew Joe Lala as one of the most prolific sidemen in rock and pop music. Read more...

SXSW Salutes Lou Reed

The late Lou Reed will be saluted by his peers tonight (March 14) with a special all-star concert at this year’s South By Southwest Music Conference & Festival. Read more...

Bon Jovi Top Rock Act On Billboard’s 2014 “Rich List”

Wow…we hope Tommy and Gina get a cut of Bon Jovi’s earnings! Read more...

Paul McCartney Extends Current Tour Through 2014

Though it wasn't exactly a secret, Paul McCartney and his band will be continuing their Out There! Tour in 2014. Read more...

Happy Birthday, Tom Scholz!

You ask for the modern day version of Renaissance man Leonardo Da Vinci and one candidate you’ll get is Boston’s frontman, Tom Scholz. Read more...

Eric Clapton Includes Farewell Letter In Program For Japan Tour

More often than not, when a musician says they intend to not tour anymore at a certain point in their career, it’s usually all a ruse. In the case of Eric Clapton, however, it looks like he’s keeping to his word. Read more...