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New David Bowie LP ‘Width of a Circle’ Includes Unreleased Songs
Album collects recordings from 1970 sessions.
Black Sabbath Announce Expanded ‘Sabotage’ Reissue
Deluxe edition of band's sixth album gets new remaster and previously unreleased full concert.
Meet the Man Who Almost Replaced Bon Scott in AC/DC
Singer Steve Burton auditioned for the gig on the recommendation of band's roadies.
David Gilmour Dismisses Pink Floyd Reunion: ‘We Are Done’
"I absolutely don’t want to go back," says guitarist, nixing chance of any reunification.
Rock Stars Get Their COVID Vaccines: Hit Me With Your Best Shot
Many classic rockers have taken to social media to share their experiences getting coronavirus vaccinations.
Watch Tom Petty’s New Video for ‘You Saw Me Comin”
More 'Wildflowers'-related material will be coming soon.
Van Morrison Announces New Double LP, ‘Latest Record Project’
You can hear the album's first single, the title track, now.
New Book Collects Jim Morrison’s Poetry, Journals and Lyrics
Fifty years after the Lizard King's death, the most extensive collection of his writings is being published.
Eagles’ ‘Hotel California': 15 Facts You Might Not Know
How much do you know about the classic song?
Jethro Tull to Release 40th-Anniversary Edition of ‘A’
Celebratory release will include a remixed version of the original album, as well as previously unheard live recordings.
How the Traveling Wilburys Said a Fond Farewell to Roy Orbison
After the death of one of their own, the Traveling Wilburys paid tribute to their bandmate in their "End of the Line" music video.
21 Important Rock Albums That Turn 50 This Month
November 1970 saw the release of many classic records.
Remembering ‘CHiPs” Kiss-Inspired Halloween Episode
Ralph Malph of 'Happy Days' played a Gene Simmons-inspired rockstar for this Halloween show.
Steve Perry Says Journey Used to ‘Bump Heads Like Motherf—ers’
The former frontman says "there was never any 'Kumbaya'" behind the scenes.