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Jon Bon Jovi Sells New York City Apartment for $15 Million
After purchasing a West Village duplex in New York City just a few years ago, Jon Bon Jovi has now sold it for $15 million, well below his original asking price.
Slipknot Confession: ‘We Listen to Journey Before We Play’
During a Pollstar Live! panel discussion, Slipknot founding member Shawn Crahan reveals metal bands' reputations and realities don't match.
Chicago and REO Speedwagon Announce Co-Headlining Summer Tour
Chicago and REO Speedwagon are joining forces this summer for a co-headlining tour of North America.
Summer Vacation Like Billy Joel — For Just $495,000!
If you want to party like Billy Joel this summer, you're in luck.
Revisiting Super Bowl 51’s Rock Commercials
Even if you watch the Super Bowl exclusively for the game, it's tough for any music fan to ignore the songs that play in the highly anticipated commercials.
Bob Seger Releases Previously Unheard Song ‘Finding Out’
Bob Seger has just released a previously unheard track called "Finding Out," which was intended for 2006's 'Face the Promise' album but didn't make the cut.
Spinal Tap Bassist Derek Smalls Announces ‘Smalls Change’ Solo LP
Spinal Tap bassist Derek Smalls is returning to action with his first solo album.
Eddie Van Halen’s Former Home Listed for $2.9 Million
A Beverly Hills home once owned by Eddie Van Halen has hit the market.
Led Zeppelin to Celebrate 50th Anniversary With Illustrated Book
Led Zeppelin announced they'll celebrate their 50th anniversary in 2018 by releasing an illustrated book with Reel Art Press.
Gene Simmons: ‘I Did Nothing’ to Warrant Fox News Ban
Gene Simmons said he had done nothing to warrant Fox News' recent lifetime ban and commented on other allegations against him.
Gregg Allman’s 70th Birthday Marked with ‘Song for Adam’ Video
Gregg Allman said he wanted to cover this Jackson Browne track because a key lyric reminded him of his late brother, Duane.
Elton John Mourns the Death of His Beloved Mother
A formative figure in Elton John's career, Sheila Farebrother encouraged her son to play piano, beginning at age 3.