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Conductor Brent Havens on Combining Led Zeppelin with World-Class Orchestras
Conductor Brent Havens talks about blending the music of Led Zeppelin with some of the finest orchestras in the world with Windborne's Music of Led Zeppelin show.
Sammy Hagar to Van Halen: ‘I’m Sorry’
Sammy Hagar apologies for the bad things he's said about Van Halen since his departure from the group.
Cops to Jimmy Buffett Fans: Cut the Crap!
Seriously, is waiting in line worse than using a spackle bucket and a pool noodle inside of a refrigerator box?
Dee Snider Announces New Solo Album, Releases Acoustic ‘We’re Not Gonna Take It’
Twisted Sister frontman Dee Snider will release an "eclectic" new solo album, 'We Are The Ones,' this fall.
Phil Rudd Says He’s ‘Stopped All the Crazy Stuff,’ Mulls Solo European Tour
In a new interview, longtime AC/DC drummer Phil Rudd says he's a changed man who's eager to get back behind the kit.
Bruce Springsteen Set to Release ‘Very Different’ Solo Album
According to manager Jon Landau, Bruce Springsteen is preparing to release "a very different kind of record" as his next solo project.
AC/DC’s Brian Johnson Issues Statement on Departure From Group
Longtime AC/DC singer Brian Johnson has offered a detailed explanation of his recent hearing issues and departure from the group.
Guns N’ Roses’ 20 Most Historic Concerts
These 20 performances capture the excitement, majesty and chaos Guns N' Roses have brought into the rock world.
45 Years Ago: Led Zeppelin Release Most Diverse LP, ‘Houses of the Holy’
Jimmy Page and Robert Plant look back on Led Zeppelin's fifth and arguably most eclectic album, which was released on March 28, 1973.
Sammy Hagar Ponders: What If ‘Van Hagar’ Never Broke Up?
Sammy Hagar says his first departure from Van Halen was a big mistake on the band's part.
Paul McCartney vs. James Hetfield: March Mullet Madness
Beatles legend Paul McCartney and Metallica frontman James Hetfield have advanced to the elite eight in our highly contested March Mullet Madness battle.
That Time Robert Plant Got Horny and Loud on ‘Manic Nirvana’
After acknowledging and re-incorporating his Led Zeppelin past into his solo career for the first time with 1988's Now and Zen, Robert Plant really turned the "Hammer of the Gods" loose on his fifth studio album, 1990's perfectly titled Manic Nirvana.