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Dave Navarro: Rock’s Ageless Wonder

Jane’s Addiction guitarist/Ink Master host Dave Navarro turns 51 today (June 7), and while his career has spanned over three decades, the man is somehow defying the laws of nature, because he hasn’t aged a bit.

Gene Simmons Wants To Team Up With The Dancing Queen

Gene Simmons of KISS recently revealed the songwriter he'd most like to work with, and it isn't who you'd expect! The KISS star says he'd like to write songs with ABBA's Benny Andersson.  Simmons told a Swedish newspaper that ABBA made "the most important music from Sweden."  He says he'd like to hole up with Andersson…

Undercover Sound System Playlist 6.4.18

Riff2’s Undercover Sound System Playlist 06.04.18 Diplo, French Montana, Lil Pump, Zhavia – “Welcome To The Party” (Columbia) Mikaela Davis – “Other Lover” (Rounder/Concord) Gorillaz – “Humility” (Warner Bros.) The Magpie Salute – “Send Me An Omen” (Eagle Rock Entertainment) Houndmouth – “This Party” (Warner Bros.) Love Past Blue – “Vanilla” (Dark Spark Music) Weezer…

5 Stellar John Bonham Drum Moments

Today (May 31) would’ve been John Bonham’s 70th birthday.  As one of the best drummers in rock history (some would argue the best), it's difficult to narrow down the breadth of his career to just five moments, but after heavy soul-searching, here are five of our favorite moments, from solos to intros and everywhere in between.  

A Look Back At “Under Pressure”

Queen’s tenth studio album Hot Space was released 36 years ago this week, and while the album as a whole was predominantly pop and dance influenced, there was one monster rock track that stood out among the rest.

Zoltan Bathory Talks Ivan Moody’s Sobriety

Five Finger Death Punch has had a very chaotic past year between making a new album and handling the legal issues with their former record label, Prospect Park, but the most important moment for the band has been lead singer Ivan Moody getting treatment for his issues with alcohol.

POLL: Best Stripper Song

Motley Crue’s Girls Girls Girls was released 31 years ago today (May 15), and more than any other album in their catalog, it’s the one that likely helped some women pay for college.  (Wink, wink.)