David Lee Roth: I've ‘Paid a Price’ for Van Halen Hiatus
Singer describes four-year lay-off as “paralyzing” as he gears up for Las Vegas residency.
Tom Petty's Ex-Wife Buys His Childhood House for $175,000
Jane Benyo Petty bought the Gainesville, Fla., home where her former husband spent much of his boyhood.
John Fogerty Looks Back at His 50-Year Trip: Exclusive Interview
The ex-Creedence frontman discusses ongoing tour, his place in the protest-rock firmament and hopes for new music.
Watch Joan Jett and Carrie Underwood’s ‘Sunday Football' Opening
Latest version of “I Hate Myself for Loving You” marks league’s 100th season.
Why Robert Plant Let an Indie Film Use Two Led Zeppelin Songs
The movie wouldn't have been able to afford the licensing costs, were it not for singer's support.
Guns N' Roses' Biggest Movie and Soundtrack Moments
Band's music has been making movies more exciting, scary and even more humorous for more than three decades.
George Thorogood Remembers Playing 50 States in 50 Days
Guitarist recalls his ambitious 1981 tour and how he made it big playing blues.
John Fogerty Still Doesn't Own His Old Creedence Songs: Exclusive
He tangled with Saul Zaentz for years, but even the Fantasy Records exec's death didn't solve one legal problem.
Motley Crue Announce ‘Dr. Feelgood’ 30th-Anniversary Edition
New packaging and deluxe edition detailed in teaser video.
Vinnie Vincent Announces Merry Metal Christmas Event
December studio weekend follows his two-day birthday bash in August.
The Final Songs Performed Live by 50 of Rock's Biggest Artists
Some knew it was goodbye, some didn't.
Why There’ll Never Be a ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’-Style Bon Jovi Movie
Frontman nixed the idea of a biopic based on his band during his Runaway to Paradise cruise.
Sebastian Bach Kicks Off ‘Skid Row’ Anniversary Tour
Singer delivers former band’s debut album in full while open reunion invitation stands.
35 Famous Records You Probably Didn't Realize Were Covers
Bet you didn't know somebody else recorded these songs before they got popular.