Kid Rock celebrates his 47 birthday today (January 17), 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.
Every year, the Recording Academy chooses a select number of songs and albums to be inducted into the GRAMMY Hall of Fame, and this year’s class features some of rock’s biggest and most-influential tracks and LPs.
Led Zeppelin’s self-titled debut album was released 49 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.
Aerosmith played their first show together 47 years ago today (November 6), and even though they have sold out arenas and stadiums all over the world, even “The Bad Boys from Boston” had to start somewhere.
After canceling the last four dates of Aerosmith's South American tour due to undisclosed health issues, Steven Tyler returned to the stage on Saturday (October 21) to perform at the 30th annual David Foster Foundation concert in Vancouver.
Aerosmith frontman Steven Tyler is refuting reports that he suffered a seizure after the group's show last Monday (September 25) in Sao Paulo, Brazil, forcing the cancellation of the last four shows of its South American tour.
Chester Bennington turns 41 today (March 20th,) and if there's one thing that sets the Linkin Park frontman apart from other lead singers, it's his powerful scream. In honor of his birthday, we're looking at Bennington and other awesome screams in rock. Enjoy!
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.
Fun fact: There's a pretty important election today. Naturally, with any election, it is incredibly important to make sure you make it to your designated polling station and make sure your voice is heard.
The late Keith Moon would've turned 70 today (August 23rd), and if there's one thing he may have done better than play drums, it's trashing hotel rooms. In honor his birthday, we look back at some of rock's most infamous hotel room trashers and their craziest exploits.
It goes without saying that everyone in Aerosmith is looking forward to Joe Perry being back at 100 percent after his recent health scare on tour with The Hollywood Vampires, but Steven Tyler went into further detail in an interview in the lead up to the release of his solo album We’re All Somebody From…