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How Playing ‘The Phantom of the Opera’ Changed Paul Stanley’s Life Forever
He's best known for wearing face paint, leather and gems as the frontman for Kiss, but Paul Stanley spent a big chunk of 1999 wearing a different costume -- and singing a very different kind of music.
Cheap Trick, Deep Purple, the Cars, Yes, Steve Miller and Chicago Among Rock Hall of Fame …
Cheap Trick, Deep Purple, the Cars, Yes, Steve Miller and Chicago are among the acts newly nominated for possible induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
High Altitude Forces Motorhead’s Lemmy to Cut Show Short
Motorhead were forced to leave the stage on Aug. 27, 2015 in Salt Lake City, Utah after performing just four songs due to singer Lemmy Kilmister's difficulties breathing at high altitude.
That Time Guns N’ Roses Cut ‘Use Your Illusion’ in Half
Guns N Roses trim 30 songs down to 12 for swearing-averse retailers.
Bruce Dickinson Makes Emergency Landing
Iron Maiden singer and experienced pilot Bruce Dickinson was recently forced to make an emergency landing when his plane ran low on fuel.
Aerosmith Celebrate Tour Finale With the Minnesota Vikings Cheerleaders
Aerosmith celebrated the end of their 2015 "Blue Army" tour in high style.
Three Grateful Dead Stars Team Up With John Mayer for New Tour
Three of the four "core" Grateful Dead members have decided that this summer's five "Fare Thee Well" shows weren't the end of their time together after all.
Motley Crue Add High-Flying ‘Transformer Stage’ Stunt to Farewell Tour
Tommy Lee's not the only member of Motley Crue who can fly anymore.
AC/DC Drummer Phil Rudd Arrested Again
AC/DC drummer Phil Rudd has been arrested again, and could face jail time.
Kiss Debut New Song From ‘Scooby Doo’ Movie
Listen to "Don't Touch My Ascot," the humorous new song Kiss recorded for the animated movie 'Scooby-Doo! and Kiss: Rock and Roll Mystery.'