Classic Rock News

  1. Kenny Shields of Streetheart died on Friday after being hospitalized earlier in the month for a heart problem. Continue reading…
  2. Written while in the studio recording 'Appetite for Destruction,' "Mr. Brownstone" describes Guns N' Roses' eventual descent into dope with prescient, excruciating detail. Continue reading…
  3. The appointment of Anthony Scaramucci has resulted in a flood of "scaramouch" searches and "Bohemian Rhapsody"-based wordplay. Continue reading…
  4. Keith Richards says the Rolling Stones are about to head back into the studio to start recording their long-promised new album. Continue reading…
  5. David Gilmour's historic return to Pompeii for a pair of live dates in 2016 will make its way to home audiences later this year. Continue reading…
  6. The band has added 11 new dates to the tour that began in 2016. Continue reading…
  7. Before they became one of the biggest rock bands on the planet, Guns N' Roses were just another struggling act. Continue reading…
  8. From the outset, “Out ta Get Me” was the quintessential Guns N’ Roses song. Continue reading…
  9. The month is highlighted by reissues of two of the biggest albums of the '80s, and the return of two familiar names. Continue reading…
  10. Four of the five surviving original members of Foreigner performed together for the first time since 1980 at the Nikon at Jones Beach Theatre in Wantagh, N.Y., tonight. Continue reading…
  11. Chester Bennington's death has spurred his fellow rockers to take to Twitter and other social-media platforms to express their shock and grief. Continue reading…
  12. Nikki Sixx's 'Heroin Diaries' memoir is making its way to comic shops. Continue reading…
  13. Unlike many rock acts in the late '80s, Guns N' Roses didn't typically turn to material from other artists in search of hits. Continue reading…
  14. "Nightrain" found Guns N' Roses celebrating their rotgut wine of choice as a hustling, unsigned, flat-broke garage band. Continue reading…
  15. The 67-year-old reality star calls Aerosmith's No. 14 hit "one of my favorite songs." Continue reading…