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The guitar great plans a solo album full of his favorite rhythms.
Jerry Garcia and Robert Hunter, country music star Toby Keith and "Time After Time" singer Cyndi Lauper will be inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame.
The film, based on the 2001 autobiography, "The Dirt: Confessions of the World's Most Notorious Rock Band," is going into production this month.
A recently discovered 1987 interview sheds light on the Velvet Underground star, who passed away in 2013.
Bassist Richard Fortus says the rocker snubbed all lucrative deals to get the original lineup back together.
"It's a Long Story: My Life" is due out this spring.
Ian Anderson has rewritten Tull songs for the new project and he will also be debuting new music.
Gore was discovered at 16 by producer Quincy Jones.
The Grammys honored an American icon in star-studded fashion.
The "Higher Ground" hitmaker says tonight's Recording Academy tribute is a "smell the roses" kind of moment.
The veteran will reunite his Hollywood Vampires supergroup.
The heavy metal stars are designing a line of ski gear.
The original manuscript of one of the most iconic songs of its time could fetch up to $1.5 million.
Def Leppard will hit 40 cities with Tesla and Styx.
He is donating his musical instruments to the National Museum of American History in Washington.
The beloved crooner, 71, kicked off his final tour in Nebraska on Wednesday night.
This year's Record Store Day will be held on April 18.
A group featuring members of Guns N' Roses and Thin Lizzy are set to make history this month.
The two-hour tribute will broadcast in the United States on CBS on Feb. 16.
The embattled AC/DC drummer faces charges of drug possession and threatening to kill.