- John Mellencamp Announces New Album 'Sad Clowns and Hillbillies' He also shared the album's second single 'Grandview' featuring Martina McBride.
- ZZ Top Extend Tonnage Tour “After four decades, we believe we’re beginning to get the hang of it, so a mighty good time will be enjoyed by all.”
- Peter Gabriel's Solo Debut: A Look Back, 40 Years Later Peter Gabriel's longtime bassist, Tony Levin, recalls working on the 1977 album which yielded "Solsbury Hill."
- Axl Rose Recording a New AC/DC Album with Angus Young? Young's appearance at a series of GNR shows has fans talking.
- Former Allman Brothers Band Members Play Butch Trucks' Funeral At a private memorial service at the Cox Capitol Theatre in Macon, GA, musicians, and speakers came together to pay tribute to Trucks.
- David Bowie's Fans Crowdfunding a Tributary Statue The lightning bolt statue would sit in Bowie's place of birth.
- Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr Reunite in the Studio The Beatles hit the studio to work on Ringo's new solo album.
- David Bowie: A Look Back at His '90s Era - When He Got Weird Again By the late '80s, Bowie was an "adult contemporary" artist. Then, Reeves Gabrels helped him return to form. He spoke to Radio.com about his time with Bowie.
- Roger Waters May Bring Pink Floyd's ‘The Wall’ To US-Mexico Border The US-Mexico broder could prove 'significant geographically' but that remains to be seen.
- Pink Floyd Open to Glastonbury Reunion Roger Waters and Nick Mason say they'd headline the iconic festival with David Gilmour.
- Why You May Never Get to Read Mick Jagger’s Memoir A 75,000 word manuscript written in the 80s has resurfaced, but will Jagger let it be published?
- Kid Rock & Ted Nugent Running for Senate? Would certainly make for a lively debate.