Red Hot Chili Peppers drummer Chad Smith comes to TV tonight (January 20) as the host of Great Performances: Landmarks Live In Concert, a new PBS music and travel series that features artists performing in locales that have meaning for them.
Korn frontman Jonathan Davis celebrates his 46th birthday today. The nu metal giants have released 12 studio albums spanning over two decades, but they also might be responsible for some of the best (and most underrated) covers in rock.
The Hall of Heavy Metal History opens its doors tonight (January 18) in Los Angeles with its first inductees -- a list that includes Ronnie James Dio, Lemmy Killmister, Scorpions, guitarists Randy Rhoads (Ozzy Osbourne, Quiet Riot) and Ross "The Boss" Friedman (Manowar), bassist Rudy Sarzo (Quiet Riot, Osbourne, Whitesnake) and drummers Vinnie Appice (Black…
As Black Sabbath nears the end of its The End farewell tour, the group has announced a February 2 released ate for The Ultimate Collection, a two-disc (four vinyl LPs), 31-song set spanning the Ozzy Osbourne-fronted portion of the group's career, from its 1970 debut right up to 2013's 13.
Kid Rock celebrates his 46th birthday today (January 17th), and after establishing much of his reputation on his incredible live show, few would argue that one of his best performances in his career came at the 1999 MTV VMAs.
Dave Grohl is easily one of rock’s most beloved figures. Seriously, have you ever met someone that hates him? How can you?! In honor of his birthday today (January 14th), we look at some of Dave’s best moments, both on stage and off.
Led Zeppelin’s self-titled debut album was released 48 years ago today (January 12.) Besides being one of the best albums of all time, Led Zeppelin also has one of the best opening tracks of all time, too.
You don’t see too many rock acts (heaven forbid metal) perform on the late night talk show circuit anymore, so that makes this clip of Rob Zombie’s first solo performance on The Late Show with David Letterman all that more special.
Those keeping their eyes out for the Bonnaroo lineup announcement today (January 11) already knew that U2 would be headlining the June 8-11 Manchester, Tenn. festival, but now the fest got an extra dose of rock at the top of the bill.
Over the course of his career, Jimmy Page, who celebrates his birthday today (January 9), has proven he’s one of the most gifted people to ever pick up a guitar. He’s also proven to be one of the coolest figures in rock history.
David Bowie would’ve turned 70 today (January 8), and in his first birthday since his sudden, tragic passing, it seems as if we can feel the massive void more than ever he’s left in music and pop culture.
Malcolm Young celebrates his 64th birthday today (January 6), and in addition to being one of the main creative forces of the band, there’s no doubt that he’s aided in the band’s business-savvy ways, particularly in the merchandise department.
Back in 1992, the film Singles showcased Seattle's grunge rock scene as the backdrop for director Cameron Crowe's story about single twenty-somethings in the city. Its soundtrack -- which featured songs from Pearl Jam, Soundgarden, Alice In Chains and others -- will get a 25th anniversary re-release on February 17.
Today (January 5) is Marilyn Manson’s birthday, and while everyone’s favorite “Antichrist Superstar” has a busy 2017 lined up with the release of his 10th studio album Say10 (get it?!), we’d like to go back a couple of years and look at one track in particular off his last studio release.