- Carter Alan's Rock 'n' Roll Diary: March 5 in Classic Rock History John Belushi died of a drug overdose on this day in 1982. He’s buried near what town?
- Robert Plant, Alison Krauss to Reunite for Lead Belly Tribute Robert Plant seems determined not to get back with Led Zeppelin ever again, and but he’s left the door open on a reunion with his other massively successful collaborator, Alison Krauss.
- Fan Offers Jerry Garcia’s Severed Finger for Grateful Dead Tickets One diehard Grateful Dead fan is desperately trying to get tickets to the band’s 50th anniversary reunion show and he’s going to drastic measures.
- Paul McCartney Surprises Fans With Free Unreleased 'Wings' Downloads (LISTEN) You'd think that people would have had enough of silly love songs. Nope!
- Did Metallica's Lars Ulrich Have the Most Boring Bachelor Party Ever? Metallica drummer Lars Ulrich kept things nice and mellow at his bachelor party with buddies Bradley Cooper and Ian McKellen.
- Carter Alan's Rock 'n' Roll Diary: March 4 in Classic Rock History It’s Yes bassist Chris Squire’s birthday. He appeared on a 2002 studio album by Gov’t Mule as a special guest. What album was that?
- Brian Wilson Tribute Show to Feature All-Star Lineup of Ann Wilson, Brandon Flowers, More Norah Jones, Wilson Phillips and Boz Scaggs are also scheduled to show up.
- Metallica Are Finally Reissuing 'No Life Til Leather' Also: there will be bonus tracks, but Lars Ulrich isn't saying what they are just yet.
- The Day Led Zeppelin Almost Lost Their Name Remember 'The Nobs'?
- Watch This Pancake Artist Make Uncanny Pancakes of The Beatles and Other Rock Legends Nathan Shields has a popular Youtube channel which showcases his skill in making artful pancakes. Watch him make uncanny pancakes of all four Beatles, plus a few other famous faces.
- Ted Nugent on Kanye West: 'I Just Don't Get It' For Ted Nugent, hip-hop just doesn't rock his socks off like the Rolling Stones or ZZ Top.
- Eric Clapton Left the Yardbirds Because He Really, Really Hated "For Your Love" Eric Clapton has always loved the blues, and you can thank the Yardbirds for making his brilliant blues career possible. Here's how the band's direction in 1965 led to Clapton's departure.