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Styx’s Tommy Shaw Plays ‘Fooling Yourself’ With Youth Orchestra
Eighty-eight musicians, all between ages 12 and 18, helped with socially distanced version of 'The Grand Illusion' hit.
Hear the Rolling Stones’ Previously Unreleased Song ‘Criss Cross’
The song is one of three previously unheard tracks from a new 'Goats Head Soup' box set.
Quiet Riot Cancel Socially Distanced Show Over ‘Health Concerns’
Molly Hatchet and Blackfoot will still perform at July 4 event.
Motley Crue and Def Leppard Announce 2021 Dates and Refund Policy
Thirty-one-date trek with Poison and Joan Jett was postponed from summer 2020 due to COVID-19.
Which Songs Did Pink Floyd Play the Most in Concert?
The list features plenty of 'Dark Side,' some early staples and more 'A Momentary Lapse of Reason' than you might expect.
Doobie Brothers Postpone 2020 Tour With Michael McDonald
Coronavirus pandemic has shelved their 50th-anniversary trek, their first with former frontman since 1996.
When Clapton, Page, May and Jeff Beck Awkwardly Met the Queen
Queen Elizabeth II made headlines after a 2005 Buckingham Palace event when she failed to recognize four of rock's most famous guitarists.
Led Zeppelin’s ‘Physical Graffiti’ at 45: A Track-by-Track Guide
Here are the stories behind every song on the band's freewheeling 1975 double LP.
Watch Sammy Hagar Honor Eddie Money During Tribute Concert
George Thorogood and Metallica's James Hetfield also perform during two-hour AXS TV special.
Who Sang the Most Eagles Songs? Lead Vocal Totals
Don Henley, Glenn Frey, Joe Walsh, Don Felder, Bernie Leadon, Timothy B. Schmit and Randy Meisner — we looked through the band's catalog and ranked the results.
Peter Frampton Preps New Memoir ‘Do You Feel Like I Do?’
Career-spanning book documents his friendship with David Bowie, substance-abuse issues and the rare muscle disease that could end his live career.
Watch Queen Brave Torrential Rains for ‘Wettest Gig’ Ever
Footage from Brisbane, Australia, concert shows band playing "Crazy Little Thing Called Love" amid downpour.