David Lee Roth Takes Most of the Credit for Van Halen’s Success
The frontman insists he not only wrote the band's songs, but structured their guitar solos, designed album covers and much, much more.
Tool Promise Next Album’s ‘Not Going to Take 12 Years’ to Make
Drummer Danny Carey is already anticipating the band's return to the studio.
Van Halen Announce ‘The Japanese Singles’ Box Set
The set is made up of 13 7" vinyls, released by the band between 1978 and 1984.
AC/DC Used to Scare Bison in Yellowstone
That's one way to get a 2,000-pound animal off the road.
Why Robert Plant Let an Indie Film Use Two Led Zeppelin Songs
The movie wouldn't have been able to afford the licensing costs, were it not for singer's support.
10 Ways Rock Ruled the 1989 MTV Video Music Awards
With fistfights, raunchy jokes and once-in-a-lifetime performances, the network put on one of its most memorable shows in 1989.
Judas Priest’s Rob Halford to Release ‘Celestial’ Christmas Album
The singer is getting into the holiday spirit for his latest solo LP.
Jimmy Johnson, Muscle Shoals Guitarist, Dead at 76
As a musician and studio founder, Johnson contributed to work by some of music's biggest artists.
Toto Announce ’40 Tours Around the Sun’ Live Album and DVD
Set showcases the band performing some of its biggest hits, as well as deeper cuts from its extensive catalog.
The Final Songs Performed Live by 50 of Rock’s Biggest Artists
Some knew it was goodbye, some didn't.