- Peter Frampton, Cheap Trick Announce Co-Headlining Tour If you thought Peter Frampton was gonna let that incident where he threw a fan's phone keep him down, you were wrong. So, so wrong.
- Bob Dylan Treating 50,000 AARP Members to His New Album If you're a member of AARP, that's now a bragging right—especially if you're a fan of Bob Dylan.
- Alice Cooper & Tommy Lee Describe Budokan's "Traffic Signal" for Crowd Control Alice and Motley Crue drummer Tommy Lee both joined Chuck Nowlin on the phone Friday afternoon to talk about the tour and the interesting places they've played. They offered some unique insight into Tokyo's iconic Nippon Budokan, commonly known as...
- ELO's 'Strange Magic': 8 Great Electric Light Orchestra Song Placements in Movies ELO's songs have been used in numerous movies, from 'Boogie Nights' and 'Xanadu' on up to George Lucas's new animated feature 'Strange Magic,' which hits theaters today. Here are 8 of the best song placements.
- Carter Alan's Rock N' Roll Diary: January 23 in Classic Rock History Cream released its “Goodbye” album on this day in 1969; the group had already broken up by that point. However, there was a song that became a hit for the band on that album - which one?
- Scott Weiland Denies Being a Member of Art of Anarchy "We had a lot of fun. When they find their front man to hit the road and play some dates, check them out," he says of the band, who just put out a press release claiming Weiland was a member.
- John Lennon's Final Interview with 'Rolling Stone' Remembering the cover and the story that commemorated John Lennon one month after his death.
- Rush to Play the TD Garden on 40th Anniversary North American Tour Rush have announced a 40th anniversary North American tour that will visit 34 cities throughout the continent starting this summer. Click through for more information on the "R40 LIVE" tour.
- Carter Alan's Rock N' Roll Diary: January 22 Happy birthday to Steve Adler, once a drummer for Guns and Roses. What was the band’s first major-label single?
- Haruki Murakami Thinks the Red Hot Chili Peppers 'Still Rock' "It's amazing that they seem like they never grow up. Humans always mature before you know it, so we have to be careful."
- Carter Alan's Rock N' Roll Diary: January 21 in Classic Rock History The Cars album “Shake it up” was certified Platinum on this day in 1982. It followed the more experimental and not as successful third album, which was entitled what?
- Led Zeppelin Release Alternate Version of 'Houses of the Holy': Listen It's off the full reissue of 1975 double-album, Physical Graffiti, which is due for release next month.