The legendary Johnny Cash would have turned 85 today (February 26), and in a career that spanned six decades, there was one thing he could do better than nearly anyone else: Cover a song and make it his own.
After having to pull out of their Glastonbury headlining role in 2015 due to Dave Grohl’s broken leg, the Foo Fighters announced in grand fashion today that they will be headlining the famed U.K festival in 2017.
Stone Temple Pilots have been looking for a new singer since last year after Chester Bennington exited the group. The split was amicable and civil, but we didn’t really know why Bennington left until now.
Disturbed has added its voice in reaction to the tragedy on Monday (February 20) in Stuttgart, Germany, where a local stagehand was killed when another crew member accidentally fell from the rigging above while tearing down Avenged Sevenfold's stage set.
The GRAMMYs are known for their infamous moments, but for rock/metal fans the world over, one of the award ceremony’s most infamous moments of them all happened February 22, 1989 when the very first GRAMMY award for Best Hard Rock/Metal Performance Vocal or Instrumental was given to Jethro Tull.
The Avenged Sevenfold family suffered a tragic loss on Monday night (February 20) in Stuttgart, Germany, when one of its crew members was seriously injured and a local stagehand identified only as Marvin P. was killed while tearing down the band's stage.
Legendary record executive/DreamWorks studio co-founder David Geffen celebrates his 74th birthday today (February 21.) He may be mostly retired from the entertainment business, but there’s one thing he isn’t retired from: Posting amazing photos on Instagram.
Mark August 15 on the calendar as the new publication date for Slipknot/Stone Sour frontman Corey Taylor's new book America 51: A Probe Into The Realities That Are Hiding Inside The Greatest Country In The World.
Kurt Cobain would've turned 50 today (February 20), and what better way to remember the late Nirvana singer than by hearing stories from some of the people that knew him best: Nirvana bandmates Dave Grohl and Krist Novoselic.
There will doubtlessly be scores of tributes on social media today (February 20) to the late Kurt Cobain, who would have turned 50. Few, however, are likely to be more personal than his daughter Frances Bean Cobain, who was almost 20 months old when her father committed suicide on April 5, 1994, at the age…
Black Sabbath guitarist Tony Iommi turns 69 today (February 19), and it goes without saying he’s one of rock’s most iconic axe men. It doesn’t hurt that he also has one of the most incredible backstories, too.
KISS’ self-titled debut was released on this day (February 18) in 1974, and to say that most of America didn’t know what to make of the group is an understatement, especially when you watch this March 1974 appearance on The Mike Douglas Show.
Green Day frontman Billie Joe Armstrong celebrates his birthday today (February 17), and in addition to Green Day releasing their new studio album Revolution Radio last year, Armstrong also added a couple more credits to his IMDb page.
By now, we’ve all seen Metallica’s performance with Lady Gaga on The GRAMMYs and the way James Hetfield kicked over his microphone after the performance, but apparently Hetfield’s rage about the audio issue didn’t stop there.
Medgadeth's Dave Mustaine isn't making a big issue out of the fact that the house band at the Grammy Awards pre-show ceremony played Metallica's "Master Of Puppets" as Megadeth trooped to the stage to receive it's Best Metal Performance trophy.
Wayne’s World, one of the best Saturday Night Live sketches that evolved into a film, was released in theaters 25 years ago today (February 14.) Without a doubt, it is 95 minutes of comedic genius that still resonates to this day. Want proof? Look at this selection of quotes. They make us feel kinda funny,…
In the wake of its Grammy Awards performance with Lady Gaga on Sunday night (February 12), Metallica has announced its long-awaited North American tour in support of its latest album, Hardwired...To Self-Destruct.
Tom Petty was feted by friends and fellow musicians on Friday (February 10), as he was honored as the MusiCares Person of the Year with a Grammy Week gala at the Los Angeles Convention Center. During a gracious acceptance speech (video below) Petty noted that, "Twenty years ago, I would have been too cynical to…
Music's biggest night brought rock's biggest names down the red carpet, and their fashions didn't disappoint. Check out our Grammy gallery highlighting the biggest fashion statements from the rock world!