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Elton John Hospitalized for 'Harmful and Unusual Bacterial Infection,' Eight Shows Cancelled
Elton John was hospitalized for two nights after contracting a rare infection during a recent South American tour.
Gregg Allman Responds to Health Reports: 'Looking Forward to Seeing Everyone Again'
Gregg Allman has disputed recent reports that he's currently in hospice.
You Can Listen to John Mellencamp's New 'Sad Clowns and Hillbillies' Album Now
John Mellencamp's new album comes out on Friday, but you can listen to the entire thing right now.
Top 25 New Wave of British Heavy Metal Albums
It’s no exaggeration to say that the New Wave of British Heavy Metal saved metal from itself.
Film Studio Claims 'This Is Spinal Tap' Made Only $179 in 22 Years
Spinal Tap’s Harry Shearer has revealed that the corporation that holds the rights to This Is Spinal Tap claimed it made only $179 in profit-sharing payments over 22 years.
Steely Dan's Donald Fagen to Tour With a New Solo Band
They're promising setlists filled with Steely Dan hits and songs from Donald Fagen's solo albums plus "some swell surprises," Fagen says.
Ray Davies Has 20 Songs for 'Americana' Sequel
Former Kinks frontman Ray Davies has revealed he has around 20 unfinished songs remaining from the sessions that produced his latest album.
Bruce Kulick Remembers Eric Singer's First Kiss Show: Exclusive Interview
On the 25th anniversary of Eric Singer’s first concert as a member of Kiss, the band's guitarist at the time, Bruce Kulick, shares some memories.
Neil Young Announces New Hi-Res Audio Streaming Service
After months of speculation, Neil Young has admitted that the marketplace built around his Pono player is "gone."
Lynyrd Skynyrd 'Street Survivors' Biopic Starts Filming
Street Survivors: The True Story of the Lynyrd Skynyrd Plane Crash, a biopic dramatizing the band's early years and rise to fame, has rounded out its cast, with cameras set to start rolling today.
Are Genesis Planning a 50th Anniversary Reunion?
Genesis could have something special in the works for the band's 50th anniversary.
25 Years Later, Eric Singer Looks Back on His First Kiss Show: Exclusive Interview
Eric Singer played his first show as a member of Kiss on April 23, 1992, following the death of previous drummer Eric Carr.
Phil Ehart on Kansas' Resurgence: 'We're Going to Try to Stay on That Roll'
Kansas' drummer says they're going to record another album and play all of 'Point of Know Return' on an upcoming tour.
Ted Nugent and David Crosby Exchange Insults After White House Visit
David Crosby called Ted Nugent a "brainless twit" and Nuge called Croz a "lost soul."
Tommy Shaw Shares the Secrets Behind Styx's New 'Mission': Exclusive Interview
Styx fans got a somewhat unexpected surprise when the band announced the upcoming release of a new studio album, The Mission.
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