Why Kiss' First Farewell Tour Wasn't Really Goodbye
Paul Stanley and Gene Simmons aimed to put the band to bed 18 years before announcing their "End of the Road" trip.
Bob Dylan to Release 'Blood on the Tracks' Box Set
The latest 'Bootleg Series' volume collects original sessions from classic 1975 album.
Metallica Announce Acoustic Show for Their Non-Profit Foundation
San Francisco concert takes place in November to support All Within My Hands project.
Lou Gramm and John Payne Join to Tour Foreigner and Asia Hits
Tour dates to be announced soon.
How Kitchen Comment Turned Sharon Osbourne Into Ozzy’s Manager
She recalls moment she grew into role of protecting singer’s interests.
Kiss Announce Farewell Tour on 'America's Got Talent'
The surprise announcement arrived during a special appearance on 'America's Got Talent.'
UPDATE: Dickey Betts Recovering After Successful Brain Surgery
Former Allman Brothers Band guitarist fell and cracked his head at his Florida home.
Led Zeppelin Reportedly Plan to Launch Concert Streaming Service
A new trademark filing was apparently submitted for the purpose of "providing non-downloadable prerecorded music online via a global computer network."
Ted Cruz Says Beto Will 'Ban Barbecue Across the State of Texas'
Over the weekend, Senator Ted Cruz took a jab at his Democrats and his opponent Beto O'Rourke, right where it hurts a Texans heart.
College Students Can't Find Stamps, Don't Vote Absentee
If you can't figure out where to get a stamp, you shouldn't be allowed to vote.