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Watch U.S. Army Band Cover Rush’s ‘Time Stand Still’
"Pershing's Own" ensemble paid tribute to late drummer Neil Peart with string-backed rendition of 1987 song.
Watch Queen Brave Torrential Rains for ‘Wettest Gig’ Ever
Footage from Brisbane, Australia, concert shows band playing "Crazy Little Thing Called Love" amid downpour.
Watch Tommy Lee Play a College Professor on ‘The Goldbergs’
In clip from the ABC sitcom, Motley Crue drummer dons bow tie and calls rock music "deafening noise made by morally questionable gentlemen"
See Queen and Adam Lambert Cover Led Zeppelin’s ‘Whole Lotta Love’
Band played 1969 track during concert in Dunedin, New Zealand.
Pearl Jam Prevent Scalping With Ticket Sales for ‘Gigaton’ Tour
Ticketmaster is giving each potential buyer a "heads up" that all tickets for these shows are "mobile only" and "nontransferable."
Watch Guns N’ Roses Play ‘You’re Crazy’ for First Time in Years
Band hadn't played 'Appetite for Destruction' deep cut with Slash and Duff McKagan since 1993.
Slash Says Guns N’ Roses ‘Not Sure’ How to Release New Music
"I mean, there's material and there's recording ... but we’re not really sure what we're doing with it right now."
Pearl Jam Lineup Changes: A Complete Guide
The grunge icons went through a lot of drummers before Matt Cameron solidified the position.
Hear Green Day’s New Joan Jett-Sampling Song, ‘Oh Yeah!’
Power-pop track features vocal hook from Jett's 1980 cut "Do You Wanna Touch Me (Oh Yeah)"
The Show That Literally Took Kiss’ Breath Away
Guitarist Tommy Thayer details how combo of small venue, iconic song and too-big confetti cannons resulted in a 'Spinal Tap'-styled stage mishap.
Gene Simmons Puts Ice Cubes in His Breakfast Cereal
Kiss are still one month away from launching the 2020 leg of their farewell tour, but co-founding member is making headlines for another, more disturbing reason.
10 Years Ago: Soundgarden Plant Seeds of Reunion
Thirteen years after their disastrous final show of the '90s, the heavy rock quartet first teased a comeback that spawned multiple tours and one more LP.