Documentary about Motorhead bassist, airing Feb. 11 on three cable channels, features interviews with Alice Cooper, Ozzy Osbourne and others
The 2011 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductees have been announced and, as usual, the group responsible for choosing have opted for the cult favorites at the expense of those proven popular with the masses. With two notable exceptions. Alice Cooper and Neil Diamond are in.
It has been a great spring and summer for reissue vinyl releases. Rhino Records have kept the presses busy with a banquet of 180-gram LPs, sourced from the original analog masters.
Since when has rock ‘n’ roll ever played it safe? And why is the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame nominating artists outside rock ‘n’ roll?
Four Aces in Rock Hall’s 2011 deck of nominees – Neil Diamond, Donovan, Bon Jovi and Donna Summer lead candidates for induction
Quite a variety of nominees for the 2011 induction
Despite a severe thunderstorm that hit the Sonisphere heavy metal music festival in Pori, Finland on Sunday, the show went on for Alice Cooper.
Back by popular demand, masters of the diabolical Rob Zombie and Alice Cooper will reunite for The Halloween Hootenanny Tour featuring the Gruesome Twosome
Through interviews with friends, family, and associates, vintage video clips and photos, and dramatic re-enactments, the tale of the death of one of rock’s liveliest personalities, The Who’s Keith Moon, is examined.
The former Hanoi Rocks frontman looks every inch a rock star: leopard-print scarf, snug leather jacket, tight pants, makeup and his signature blond mane