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ZZ Top Cancel Remaining 2017 Tour Dates
ZZ Top have cancelled the remaining dates on their 2017 tour after bassist Dusty Hill was ordered to "lay low" by his doctors.
‘He’s Back!’ Brian Johnson’s Surprise Live Return Electrifies Reading Festival
AC/DC singer Brian Johnson returned to the stage by performing "Back in Black" with Muse at the Reading Festival
Lynyrd Skynyrd Deny Johnny Van Zant Heart Attack Rumors; Gary Rossington Undergoes Another…
Lynyrd Skynyrd have been temporarily forced off the road - but not, they insist, because singer Johnny Van Zant had a heart attack.
Black Sabbath’s Final Concert Headed to Movie Theaters Worldwide
Black Sabbath's last-ever concert will the subject of a new film screening in theaters across the world this September.
U2, ZZ Top Stars to Appear on Alice Cooper’s Upcoming ‘Paranormal’ Album
Alice Cooper has revealed the title, release plans and a very impressive list of guest stars for his next studio album.
Guns N’ Roses, The Who Team Up For One (And Possibly More) Shows
Guns N' Roses have confirmed that they will play one concert together, and reports suggest it could turn into a full-blown tour.
Kiss Kick Off ‘KissWorld’ Tour in Moscow: Video, Set List
Kiss launched their 'Kissworld' tour with a set that highlighted nearly every era of the band's long career.
Elton John Hospitalized for ‘Harmful and Unusual Bacterial Infection,’ Eight Shows Cancele…
Elton John was hospitalized for two nights after contracting a rare infection during a recent South American tour.
Steve Perry Says He’ll Release a ‘Cathartic’ New Solo Album in 2017
Steve Perry says he's been recording a new, long-awaited solo album for about a year.
Watch as Kiss Defy City Pyro Ban by Setting Off All Their Explosives in Just 30 Seconds
A German fire marshal told Kiss they couldn't use any pyrotechnics during their show. They obeyed ... until the last song.