Vivian Campbell has a wild two weeks ahead of him.
When Motley Crue revealed the soundtrack to The Dirt would feature four new tracks, this was the one that definitely raised more than a few eyebrows.
KISS finally achieved mainstream success in 1975 with Alive!, but their next studio album had to be big, and just six months later, the band roared back with Destroyer.
The Rolling Stones have released a number of “best of” compilations in their lengthy history, but on this latest set, they’ve sweetened the pot with some unreleased live tracks.
Ozzy Osbourne fans will be thrilled to hear this latest update on The Prince of Darkness’ health and wellness.
Stevie Nicks will make history on March 29 when she officially becomes the first woman to be a double inductee into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. This, of course, leads to the obvious question: Who's next?
There are a number of classic rock reunions fans are clamoring for, and among the most desired is Genesis. If Mike Rutherford is to be taken seriously, a reunion certainly isn’t off the table.