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Slash Joins Joan Jett to Perform a ‘Dirty’ Rolling Stones Song at the Alternative Press Aw…
Slash joined Joan Jett at the AP awards to perform 'Star Star' by the Rolling Stones.
Johnny Winter Dies at Age 70
Blues-rock guitar legend Johnny Winter has died at the age of 70.
Explosions, Snakes, Rollercoasters, Beheadings: Yup, Motley Crue and Alice Cooper Came to …
A review of the Motley Crue / Alice Cooper 2014 tour.
Foreigner Talk About the Challenges of the Music Industry’s Digital Revolution
Foreigner talks about how they managed to adapt to a vastly different music industry in recent years.
We Answer 10 Burning Questions About Judas Priest’s ‘Redeemer of Souls’
Ultimate Classic Rock reviews Judas Priest's 'Redeemer of Souls' album.
Ted Nugent, ‘Shutup&Jam’ – Album Review
With 'Shutup&Jam,' Ted Nugent has delivered an appealingly modest record full of catchy guitar riffs and largely devoid of controversial lyrics.
The Who, ‘Quadrophenia: Live in London’ – Video Review
The Who deliver a surprisingly vital, unsurprisingly well-thought out document of their most recent concert tour with 'Quadrophenia: Live in London.'
Motley Crue’s New Song: First Live Recording of ‘All Bad Things’ Posted
Motley Crue premiered a brand new song named 'All Bad Things' last night during the opening show of their highly anticipated farewell tour, and you can hear the first fan-recorded audio of the track above.
Motley Crue Overcome Technical Problems at Farewell Tour Opener: Setlist, Video, Photos
A series of technical problems marred the opening night of Motley Crue's much-anticipated farewell tour, but the band recovered to offer an explosive tour through their history.
Water or Urine? Kiss’ Gene Simmons Explains On Stage ‘Peeing’ Video
Gene Simmons has taken to Twitter to offer an explanation for a YouTube video that appears to show him urinating on stage right in the middle of a Kiss concert.