Europe Ex-Member Kee Marcello Regrets Not Taking Poison to Court
Bret Michaels' alleged reaction to lawsuit over “I Want Action” left guitarist upset.
How Motley Crue Regrouped for the ‘Saints of Los Angeles’ Single
Title track off band's 2008 reunion album tells story of signing deal with Elektra Records.
Rudy Sarzo Had to Leave Ozzy Osbourne After Randy Rhoads Died
Bassist lost joy of performing “quickly” following tour tragedy.
Sammy Hagar Regrets ‘Angst’ About Van Halen in His Memoir
Former frontman wishes he’d “been a little more conservative” 10 years ago.
Original Alice Cooper Group Still Angry with Late Glen Buxton
Producer Bob Ezrin says there’s a “fundamental truth” in new song “I Hate You.”
Why Def Leppard Will Never Release Jim Steinman ‘Hysteria’ Tapes
Joe Elliott recalls eight-week, six-figure studio mess as fourth album took shape.
How the Beatles Created the ‘First Heavy Metal Record Ever Made’
That's the description John Lennon gave "Ticket to Ride."
Guitarist Jason Becker Hospitalized With ‘Shortness of Breath’
Onetime David Lee Roth guitarist has been living with ALS for more than three decades.
Chicago Announce ‘Chicago at Carnegie Hall’ Deluxe Edition
Sixteen-CD set will contain recordings from band's eight sold-out New York City shows in 1971.