Need a good cry? Well, we've got just the video for you. Good luck keeping your eyes dry as you watch this 10-month-old baby tear up as her mother sings Rod Stewart's 1988 hit 'My Heart Can't Tell You No.'
James Taylor showed that even the most seasoned veteran can screw up from time to time, accidentally kicking off a nationally televised performance of 'The Star-Spangled Banner' with the opening line of 'America the Beautiful.'
Earlier this month, Metallica drummer Lars Ulrich hinted that a special announcement about an event that would take the band to "another frontier" would be coming soon. Well, it looks like the secret's out in the form of a concert in Antarctica.
ZZ Top frontman Billy Gibbons dropped in to perform two songs with John Fogerty during the former Creedence Clearwater Revival frontman's recent concert in Tulsa, Okla., and thanks to the almighty Internet, you can watch it for yourself right now!
The November 2013 New Music Releases roster is filled with box sets, live DVDs and other exciting items from the biggest names in classic rock history, including Jimi Hendrix, the Who, the Rolling Stones and the Beatles.
We are pleased to exclusively premiere the first two chapters of a fascinating new eight-part video documentary about the troubled past and triumphant return of Southern rock pioneers Black Oak Arkansas.
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