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UPDATED: Meat Loaf Collapses Onstage, Reportedly in ‘Stable’ Condition
Meat Loaf collapsed onstage during a performance at the Jubilee Auditorium in Edmonton, Canada last night.
50 Murdered in Orlando Nightclub: Rockers React
Paul Stanley, Peter Frampton, Nikki Sixx and other rockers react to the murder of 50 people in an Orlando nightclub shooting.
Ted Nugent’s ‘Full Bluntal’ Hello: 60 Seconds of Heaven
Never let it be said that Ted Nugent doesn't know how to make a dramatic entrance.
Prince Magazine Covers: Tributes From Around the World
Magazine and newspaper covers from around the world commemorate the life and death of Prince.
Prince Year by Year: 1977-2016 Photographs
We look at Prince's life and career through photographs of every one of his years in the public eye.
Maybe We Should Just Leave Prince’s Vault Closed
There's probably going to be posthumous music released from Prince's vault for decades. But is that a good thing?
David Bowie vs. Michael Anthony: March Mullet Madness
David Bowie and Michael Anthony face off in the first round of March Mullet Madness.
Robert Plant vs. Frank Beard: March Mullet Madness
The man who once inexplicably tried to contain one of the most spectacular manes in rock history squares off against the only member of ZZ Top without a beard our March Mullet Madness battle.
Top 10 Green Songs
It may not be easy being green, but as this list of green songs demonstrates, it's simple enough to write about it.
How Sammy Hagar’s ‘Unboxed’ LP Led to Van Halen’s Split
Sammy Hagar adds two new songs to a solo-career greatest hits collection, leading to a dispute with his Van Halen bandmates.
40 Years Ago: How Van Halen Conquered the World in Just 10 Shows
Excerpts from the book 'Van Halen Rising' show how the group won over fans across the world, while also impressing peers such as Journey and the Rolling Stones.
How Led Zeppelin Recorded ‘Physical Graffiti’
Led Zeppelim released 'Physical Graffiti' on February 24, 1975.