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The Rolling Stones guitarist talks about his new documentary on Netflix.
The rockers postponed their North American tour earlier this month after lead singer Roger Daltrey became ill with viral meningitis.
The former GNR rocker fears he'll be on the outside looking in if the group's classic line-up ever reforms, because his bandmates refuse to believe he's clean and sober.
The band will promote its new album "Toto XIV" on the road but Hungate won't be along for the ride this time.
The rocker was hospitalized after a frightening accident on Sept. 17, which left him with injuries including broken bones, a lacerated liver and concussion.
The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame is opening an exhibit about Graham Nash in which visitors can sing with a virtual Nash, and Nash will tell them if they're good or not.
You've never heard "Redemption Song" like this before.
The lager will launch to coincide with the "Highway to Hell" hitmakers' world tour, which hits the road in November.
The rocker has given fans of his Electric Light Orchestra a reason to celebrate after revealing he has completed work on a new studio album.
The "Maggie May" hitmaker wants to reform The Jeff Beck Group for a double-bill concert featuring his other band, Faces.
Franklin will sing "Amazing Grace" and another song for Pope Francis during the Festival of Families concert in Philadelphia on Saturday.
The Eagles' Don Henley cast all-star guest vocals for his new country album, "Cass County," including Dolly Parton, Miranda Lambert, and Mick Jagger.
The Eagles star admits he is not happy his vocals on the hit song.
Records from John Lennon's school days suggest there may be more than a grain of autobiographical truth in "Getting Better," the Beatles song that includes the line "I used to get mad at my school, the teachers that taught me weren't cool."
The hitmaker is ready to go "all night long" in Las Vegas, launching a residency at Planet Hollywood Resort and Casino.
"Smells Like Teen Spirit," which catapulted the band to international fame, beat other hits like John Lennon's "Imagine," and Michael Jackson's "Thriller."
The hair, which is still in "vintage very good condition," is expected to fetch at least $60,000.
Boston star Tom Scholz's trademark infringement lawsuit against the band's former guitarist Barry Goudreau has been dismissed by a Massachusetts judge.
The singer was due to attend the awards to compete for two prizes for the group's documentary series "Sonic Highways," but skipped the show and went straight to the afterparty.
In his first in-depth interview for U.S. television, the former Pink Floyd guitarist opens up about his first album in nearly a decade.