Together since 1974, Geddy Lee, Alex Lifeson and Neil Peart have built a band that’s lasted longer than a lot of marriages. And if Rush’s new studio album, ‘Clockwork Angels,’ and touring schedule are any indicators, the band has no plans to throw in the towel any time soon.
Guitar virtuoso Randy Rhoads was on a fast track to becoming the greatest rock guitar player of all time. But it all came crashing to halt when he died in a plane crash in 1981 at age 25. Take a closer look at Rhoads’ life in this excerpt from the new biography “Randy Rhoads.”
After Tuesday’s advance screening of “Celebration Day,” Jimmy Page, Robert Plant, John Paul Jones and Jason Bonham fielded assorted (and sometimes sordid) questions from the press.
Plus, the Rock Hall will finally let fans get a say with online polls that will generate a “fans ballot” that will count with all of the other induction votes.
As The Beach Boys celebrate their 50th anniversary with a new album and an international tour, several of their children have come to together to write a new chapter in music history.
Dolly Parton’s latest endeavor is taking the “Backwoods Barbie” singer out of her familiar Tennessee territory and into casinos.
Blues Images’ 2013 wall calendar offers vintage illustrated ads for 1920s-30s blues recordings plus as CD of the songs whose ads on the calendar.
A fully restored edition of the long out-of-print feature film will arrive this fall in theaters and for home viewing, along with a deluxe edition featuring 45 RPM EPs of the music.
Mötley Crüe guitarist and songwriter Mick Mars has signed a worldwide, multi-year administration agreement with Imagem Music USA.
This is no ordinary band camp. From hangovers to hikes, Goldmine’s Lee Zimmerman shares the scoop on his rock and roll experience with Head Counselor Rundgren.