40 Years Ago: AC/DC Overcome Tragedy With the Masterful ‘Back in Black’
Here's how one of the most successful rock albums ever came together.
38 Years Ago: Ozzy Osbourne Arrested for Urinating on Alamo Cenotaph
In 1982, he was banned for the next decade.
24 Years Ago: Ozzy Osbourne Releases Comeback Album ‘Ozzmosis’
On Oct. 24, 1995, Ozzy Osbourne decided to end his retirement by releasing the 'Ozzmosis' album.
28 Years Ago: Guns N’ Roses and Metallica Launch Ill-Fated Tour
A tour for the ages remembered for all the wrong reasons.
34 Years Ago: AC/DC Release ‘Who Made Who’
On May 24, 1986, AC/DC released 'Who Made Who,' the soundtrack for the Stephen King film 'Maximum Overdrive.'
28 Years Ago: Def Leppard Guitarist Steve Clark Dies
On Jan. 8, 1991, Def Leppard guitarist Steve Clark died from an overdose.
Gibson Guided Out of Bankruptcy by Former Rocker Turned Businessman
Many blamed longtime Chief Executive Officer Henry Juszkiewicz for the company's financial decline, while Nat Zilkha is receiving credit for its recent turn.
Guns N’ Roses Asked by Malaysian Wildlife Organization to Not Traumatize the Animals
Friends of the Orangutans fear the volume from the concert will have a negative impact on the 150 species of animals at the Wildlife Park.
When Will Artists Earn More Than 12 Percent of $43 Billion the Music Industry Generates Pe…
'The spending patterns have changed. The industry hasn’t yet reacted. That’s the next chapter,' said a Citi researcher.
Aerosmith’s Original Touring Van Discovered in Woods by ‘American Pickers’
Aerosmith guitarist Joe Perry and original guitarist Ray Tabano confirmed that the vehicle was authentic.
Scott Weiland’s Two Children Awarded Monthly Payments of $4,000
The kids will receive the payments until they turn 18.
Smashing Pumpkins’ Tour Opener Includes Greatest Hits, Led Zeppelin + David Bowie Covers
The band also played their biggest hits and number of interesting covers.