Jack Osbourne, son of metal legend Ozzy Osbourne, thinks his dad is close to indestructible. In an interview with the U.K.’s Star magazine, Jack joked that his father might be around for a few centuries.
Robert Plant is known for creating one of the most successful bands in rock history, Led Zeppelin. But, as the 63-year-old’s musical projects have changed over the years, one thing has remained pretty consistent: his long, curly blonde hair.
God Bless Ozzy Osbourne, the documentary which tells the life story of Ozzy Osbourne through the eyes of his son Jack, will be released on DVD and Blu-ray this week. These versions feature additional footage not seen in the theatrical release, including new interviews, classic archive footage of Black S
Former Journey vocalist Steve Perry has some advice for his ex-bandmates: hire back Jeff Scott Soto! In an interview with MelodicRock.com, Perry said that of the three singers who followed in his footsteps in Journey, Jeff Scott Soto is the most talented. “And of all three maybe they should have stuck with him and
Who guitarist and rock legend Pete Townshend recently called Apple a “digital vampire” that is “bleeding” musicians and “destroying copyright as we know it.” Townshend was quoted in Rolling Stone while delivering the John Peel lecture in Salford, En
Peter Gabriel says he knows exactly what it would take to reunite him with his former Genesis bandmates: “a large brown envelope.” Gabriel made the admission on New York radio station Q104.3, and confirm
Time is running out to get on board. Queen’s Roger Taylor is set for Round Two in the selection of an official Queen tribute band. The drummer has been reviewing auditions submitted online by musicians from around the globe.
The drama begins, and promises to be an interesting story. I saw this recently...
Tony Iommi spoke to Gibson.comon November 1 and confirmed he still has riffs and songs ready for a new album. But will it b
During a new interview with Attention Deficit Delirium, Sammy Hagar (Van Halen, Chickenfoot) offered his thoughts on a reunion of the classic lineup of Guns N’ Roses. “The amount of money they could make if they got it all back together, made a great record and toured the world would probably be as much as The Rolling Stones, and for them not to do it, it obviously ain’t about the money. Because
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