Complex light shows are much more common at Christmastime than Halloween, but this guy Naperville, Illinois doesn’t care – his Halloween light show blows just about everything else out of the water. Here’s his version of “Hells Bells” and “Bohemian Rhapsody”.
A long-standing rumor has been confirmed: Metallica planned to fire drummer Lars Ulrich before tragedy struck their 1986 tour. What would Metallica have sounded like without Ulrich – and why did the band want to fire him in the first place?
The Foo Fighters are taking over “Letterman: next week. They are set to perform all next week in support of their new album “Sonic Highways”.
Metallica played all seven continents in one year in 2013, capping their tour with a show in Antarctica. Now, the heavy metal titans are in the Guinness Book of World Records as the first and only band to ever do so.
Watch Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers Cover The Byrds’ “So You Want to Be a Rock & Roll Star” in Toronto
Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers bring the Hypnotic Eye tour to Fenway Park Saturday. But first, here’s some video from the band’s recent show in Toronto to get you pumped. Above is the set opener, a cover of The Byrds’ “So You Want To Be a Rock & Roll Star”.
Stevie Ray Vaughan played his final live show at Alpine Valley in Wisconsin. Here’s a rare audio clip of the legendary guitarist performing the classic “Pride and Joy” for the last time.
Bob Dylan is arguably the greatest songwriter who ever existed, but his raw talent on vocals and guitar never quite measured up. These 5 cover versions of some of Dylan’s best songs, performed by some of the biggest names in rock music, combine all the best elements and make them even better than the originals.
The legendary Peter Wolf stopped by the ZLX studio Tuesday afternoon to chat with Kenny Young about his new solo album.
The legendary Peter Wolf joined Kenny Young live in the studio Tuesday afternoon, along with Carter Alan and “Breakfast with the Beatles” host Chachi Loprete.
If you’ve ever hoped to hear what Angus Young’s unmistakable “Thunderstruck” riff sounds on a banjo, you’re in luck. This guy’s bluegrass gives the men from Down Under a Deep South feel with a bluegrass rendition of AC/DC’s classic hit.