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17 Rock Stars Who Haven’t Returned From COVID-19 Lockdown Yet
Live rock music is returning ... slowly.
Watch Foo Fighters Cover Bee Gees’ ‘You Should Be Dancing’
Clip comes just a few days ahead of the band's alter-ego album 'Hail Satin.'
15 Years Ago: The Beatles’ ‘Love’ Premieres in Las Vegas
George Harrison came up with the idea for one of the grandest Fab Four tributes ever created.
When Tom Petty’s ‘Woman in Love’ Was Overshadowed by Stevie Nicks
Second 'Hard Promises' single may have suffered commercially because of a bigger hit released around the same time.
Listen to Journey’s New Single ‘The Way We Used to Be’
Song serves as band's first new music in a decade.
Todd Rundgren Announces Upcoming U.S. Tour
He'll showcase 1973 album 'A Wizard, a True Star' during the six-week run.
All 47 Tom Petty Videos Ranked Worst to Best
"We made videos before they were videos," he once said.
50 Years Ago: Davy Jones Goes Solo, Leading to Monkees Split
"I don’t always want to be the center of attention when I walk into a room. Sometimes I just want to be quiet, and I want to listen."
See Eddie Van Halen Play ‘Amsterdam’ Years Before 1995 Release
Finished version of song appeared nearly a decade later on 1995's 'Balance.'
Eagles Add Six New ‘Hotel California’ Tour Dates
Band will now open tour a month earlier than previously planned.
Did Prince Steal This Stage Move From Van Halen’s David Lee Roth?
According to Apollonia Kotero, her 'Purple Rain' costar may have taken a page out of the Van Halen singer's playbook.
See Lindsey Buckingham Play ‘Go Your Own Way’ on ‘American Idol’
Ex Fleetwood Mac member shows up on season finale with former contestant Cassandra Coleman.