In death, it’s easy to elevate an entertainer’s talent or importance. (Grief and shock lend itself easily to that.) But in the case of Chris Cornell, even before his shocking death a year ago, he was already considered one of the greatest voices in rock history.
This Friday (May 18) will mark one year since Chris Cornell’s unexpected passing in a Detroit hotel, and unfortunately, there are still a lot of confusion around his death, according to his widow, Vicky Cornell.
Covers are a fickle thing. Some are “meh” at best; some end up more popular than the original. One thing that's for sure fascinating is seeing artists that are polar opposite take on the same tune, and it doesn’t get more polar opposite than Frank Sinatra and Sex Pistols bassist Sid Vicious.
Perhaps you were pre-gaming for Cinco de Mayo and the Kentucky Derby, but Jack White stopped by The Late Show with Stephen Colbert to perform a track off his latest album and take part in some comedic fun.
Green Day's Mike Dirnt celebrates his birthday today (May 4), and with the telecast of the 2018 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony premiering tomorrow night at 8 PM ET on HBO, we thought we'd look back at some artists that made history with their own inductions.
Aerosmith’s Rocks was released 42 years ago today (May 3), and in its own right, it’s a classic album, but it certainly had a lot to live up to considering it was released a little over a year after Toys in the Attic.
When the Tony Award nominations were announced yesterday (May 1), a large amount of coverage was given to Bruce Springsteen receiving a Special Tony for his Springsteen on Broadway show. However, he wasn’t the only popular musician recognized.
AC/DC's debut album High Voltage was released 42 years ago today (April 30.) The album features some of the band's biggest fan favorites, including "T.N.T." and "It's A Long Way To The Top (If You Wanna Rock 'N' Roll)," but those pesky critics at Rolling Stone didn't think too highly of the Aussie's debut effort.
With every Foo Fighters gig, we can usually expect some sort of wacky shenanigans or cameo, but the band's headlining set at Welcome to Rockville festival in Jacksonville, Fla. last night (April 29) certainly ranks up there in regards to random.
Bohemian Rhapsody, the highly-anticipated Freddie Mercury biopic starring Rami Malek, has yet to release a trailer, but if the stills that have been shared by Queen are proof of anything it's that this biopic is certainly going to deliver.