WATCH: Keith Richards on ‘Crosseyed Heart’ and getting the Stones back in the studio

The Rolling Stones guitarist talks about the overwhelmingly positive response to his third solo album, and getting the Stones back in the studio for the first time in a decade.


Kool & the Gang have star power

The band was honored with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame while celebrating their 50th anniversary Thursday in L.A.


New biography details Tom Petty’s drug use

Tom Petty was hooked on heroin in the 1990s, according to his longtime pal Warren Haynes, who is preparing to release an unauthorized biography.


Phil Collins undergoes back surgery

The former Genesis star underwent the operation last week.


Janet Jackson, Chicago, Steve Miller, and NIN among Rock Hall nominees

Cheap Trick, The Smiths, and Chaka Khan are also among those nominated.


John Mayer happy to help ‘bring back’ the Dead

Singer-songwriter John Mayer proudly declared himself a Deadhead as he defended members of the Grateful Dead in their decision to regroup after playing what was supposed to be the band's final tour this summer.


Go to rock ‘n’ roll camp with Tony Iommi

The Black Sabbath star and fellow guitar greats Steve Vai and Zakk Wylde will front next year's annual Rock 'n' Roll Fantasy Camp in L.A.


Stevie Wonder is a single man

The "Sir Duke" singer, separated from his second wife since 2009, is officially divorced.


Giant human peace sign celebrates Lennon’s 75th

More than 2,000 people joined Yoko Ono in New York's Central Park in an attempt to set a world record for the largest group of people forming a peace sign.


How does it feel … to own 20 versions of Dylan’s ‘Rolling Stone?’

This $599, 18-CD release gives new meaning to "box set."


Former AC/DC drummer Phil Rudd loses latest legal battle

The rocker has lost his appeal against his eight-month home confinement sentence.


Don Henley scores his first No. 1

The Eagles star has scored a career first by debuting his new album "Cass County" at the top of the U.S. country charts.


Grateful Dead, John Mayer giving away 10K tickets

The veteran band and Mayer, who joined forces for the supergroup Dead & Company this summer, announced Monday that 5,000 fans will have a chance to win two tickets each to their Nov. 7 show.


Rolling Stones get their own Cuervo bottle

The tequila maker is paying tribute to the rockers and their 1972 North American tour.


Top 10: Concert tours

The Rolling Stones, Taylor Swift, and Luke Bryan are all bringing down the house and breaking the bank.


‘Black Simon & Garfunkel’ sing with a little help from the real Art Garfunkel

You've never heard The Weeknd's hit "I Can't Feel My Face" like this before.


Black Sabbath to play unlucky 13 Europe shows on farewell tour

Ozzy Osbourne and his bandmates recently announced they would hit the world stage one last time in 2016 for The End tour.


Carlos Santana isn’t dead

The "Black Magic Woman" star, 68, became the latest victim of an Internet death hoax.


Brian May ‘owes’ his sound to Rory Gallagher

In a new DVD, which chronicles the rise and fall of Gallagher's blues trio Taste - and their show-stopping performance at the Isle of Wight Festival in 1970, the Queen star reveals he begged the Irishman for his guitar secrets backstage after a gig in London, and then went out and bought the equipment he used.


Don Henley bans booze from tour

The "Boys of Summer" singer released his first solo album for 15 years on Friday, but he will not be toasting its success during his upcoming North American concerts.

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