Classic Rock News

  1. Brad Whitford said the band spent time in a London studio during their recent European tour. Continue reading…
  2. Bill Ward continues to be offended by accusations made by his former Black Sabbath band mates about his health. Continue reading…
  3. The members of Kansas still aren't finished commemorating the 40th anniversary of their landmark 'Leftoverture' LP. Continue reading…
  4. Looking for an eclipse party playlist? Here are 13 songs that are sure to get your guests dancing in the dark. Continue reading…
  5. The new season is scheduled to air in early 2018, with other guests including Bob Weir, Pat Benatar and Neil Giraldo, and others. Continue reading…
  6. "Did you know I own the money bag logo? The dollar sign with the bag of money. I own all kinds of things," said Simmons. "I own ‘motion pictures’ as a trademark." Continue reading…
  7. The Sensational Shape Shifters once again serve as Robert Plant's backing band, as they did on his most recent studio effort. Continue reading…
  8. Pink Floyd‘s 'The Dark Side of the Moon' boasts plenty of rock gravitas – but science? Not so much. Continue reading…
  9. Fans will be able to experience a rare complete live performance of the Who's classic 'Tommy' LP, recorded in last spring at the Royal Albert Hall. Continue reading…
  10. Whitesnake's seventh studio release marked a long-awaited U.S. breakthrough, courtesy of crossover hits "Here I Go Again" and "Is This Love." Continue reading…
  11. Ted Nugent would like the Republican Party to find a Donald Trump-like outsider who can take on Michigan's Democratic senator. Continue reading…
  12. James Hetfield declares that racism and political intolerance have no place in the "Metallica family." Continue reading…
  13. The latest advance song from Van Morrison's upcoming 'Roll With the Punches' LP features guest star Jeff Beck. Continue reading…
  14. There's also the possibility of new music on the horizon from Foreigner. Continue reading…
  15. The story goes that Elvis Presley, after his startling comeback in 1968, let it all go to hell again just a few years later. Not true. Continue reading…