David Bowie-Themed 'Speed of Life' Movie Trailer Released
Film shows the effect the legend's death had on a fictional young couple.
How Phil Collins Shaped Robert Plant’s Solo Career
Led Zeppelin singer praises the drummer’s “enthusiasm, unending energy and lots of humor.”
How Dimebag Darrell's Memory Has Been Kept Alive for 15 Years
Pantera guitarist remains in the spotlight after being shot dead on stage in 2004.
Tom Petty Paid Tribute After the 'Terrible Day' John Lennon Died
Petty had been hoping to meet the former Beatle before he received the devastating news of Lennon's murder.
Behind the Scenes at the Doobie Brothers' Reunion Photo Shoot
We were there as the group got back together at the Moonfire Ranch in California's Topanga Canyon.
45 Years Ago: 'Monty Python's Flying Circus' Says Goodbye
Cut-down fourth season without John Cleese ended with 'Party Political Broadcast.'
Watch Steve Perry's Childhood Christmas in 'Silver Bells' Video
Former Journey singer remembers his favorite present, a red bicycle.
Jeff Lynne Has 2,000 Cassettes of Unheard ELO Music But No Player
He wonders if oldest recordings contain material he might love.
AC/DC's Cliff Williams Returns to Action with Covers Band
Bassist performed “You Shook Me All Night Long” at a private party.
Joe Elliott Says He Knew Motley Crue's Retirement Wouldn't Last
The Def Leppard frontman never believed the Crue were done touring.
Guns N' Roses' First 2020 Concert Set for Super Bowl Week
They'll play in Miami as part of the Super Bowl Music Fest.
Huey Lewis and the News Announce New Album, 'Weather'
Details of LP come with second single, "While We're Young."
David Gilmour Recalls the Only Time He Saw Pink Floyd Live
He watched 1977 encore from mixing desk after being too “pissed off” to take part.
Joe Elliott Determined to Prove '80s Bands Aren't 'Mockable'
The Def Leppard frontman defended '80s artists while announcing his band's trek alongside Motley Crue.
Motley Crue, Def Leppard, Poison and Joan Jett Announce 2020 Tour
"Cessation of Touring Agreement" has been officially voided.
The Who Returning to Cincinnati for First Time Since 1979 Tragedy
Band will perform in the area more than 40 years after a stampede outside a show killed 11 fans.
Rock Hall Celebrates Guitars and More in 'Play It Loud' Exhibit
A new display focuses on instruments that helped shape rock 'n' roll through the years.