Billy Gibbons' 'Rock and Roll Gearhead' Book: Preview, Interview
"Every guitar maintains a special characteristic and personality," says ZZ Top leader. "No two are exactly alike. Same six strings, way different effect!"
The Rolling Stones Threaten Lawsuit Over Trump Using Their Songs
"If Donald Trump disregards the exclusion and persists, then he would face a lawsuit for breaking the embargo and playing music that has not been licensed," band writes.
10 Years After Malcolm Young's Final Concert: The State of AC/DC
A decade after their guitarist's final bow, AC/DC are still looking ahead.
Hear Bruce Kulick and Chris Jericho Cover Kiss' 'Heart of Chrome'
Wrestler's band Kuarantine recorded a new version of the 'Revenge' track.
Blue Oyster Cult Announce New 'The Symbol Remains' Studio Album
New record will be their first studio effort since 2001's 'Curse of the Hidden Mirror.'
When the Beatles’ ‘Hey Jude’ Started a Prison Riot
Actor and former inmate Danny Trejo recalls 1968 moment in solitary confinement.
Did Industry Politics Sour Steve Perry-Neal Schon Relationship?
Journey guitarist regrets dramatic changes that took place while former singer was promoting solo album ‘Traces.’
Listen to Tom Petty’s Demo of ‘You Don’t Know How It Feels’
‘Wildflowers’ project is underway and will include previously unreleased track.
Carlos Santana's 'Stunning' Home Is for Sale for $3 Million
Guitarist is selling the home for $300,000 more than he purchased it for last year.
Sammy Hagar Says He'll Keep Tour Plans 'Safe and Responsible'
Red Rocker clarified his views on returning to touring amidst the coronavirus pandemic.
Rockers Who Told President Trump to Stop Using Their Songs
Neil Young, the Rolling Stones, Guns N' Roses and other artists took issue with their music being used at events.