Jonathan Cain Calls Feud With Neal Schon a ‘Bump in the Road’
Journey keyboardist and guitarist Jonathan Cain said his 2017 feud with guitarist Neal Schon was one of many “bumps in the road” they’ve experienced during a near-40-year relationship.
Is This the Future of Concert Venues?
The owners of New York’s Madison Square Garden revealed plans for a new Las Vegas venue that will harness the most cutting-edge technology.
Gibson Guitar Company ‘Running Out of Time’
Gibson Brands, Inc. – makers of the iconic Gibson guitars played by Slash among many others – is “running out of time” to resolve serious debt issues that could shut it down.
AC/DC’s Malcolm Young Dies
Retired AC/DC co-founder Malcolm Young had been suffering from dementia for several years.
David Coverdale Still Gets Nervous Singing ‘Is This Love’
David Coverdale marked the 30th anniversary of Whitesnake's hit single “Is This Love” by admitting he still feels nervous singing it in front of festival audiences.
Kid Rock: Senate Stunt Was a ‘Riot’
Kid Rock enjoyed the media reaction to his fake Senate run - but admits there may be ‘repercussions’
Listen to Eagles’ First-Ever Performance of ‘New Kid in Town’
The Eagles have released their first-ever performance of “New Kid in Town.”
Glenn Frey’s $15 Million Mansion Is for Sale
Late Eagles co-founder Glenn Frey’s Los Angeles mansion has been put up for sale, with a price tag of almost $15 million.
Watch Bob Dylan Perform ‘Learning to Fly’ in Tribute to Tom Petty
The cover was particularly notable because Bob Dylan's set lists are traditionally set in stone.
30 Years Ago: Whitesnake Hit No. 1 With Their Third Version of ‘Here I Go Again’
On Oct. 10, 1987, Whitesnake’s signature song reached No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.