After a period dominated by squabbles over the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, it's time for Kiss to unplug -- literally. They'll play a rare acoustic show a week before their controversial induction ceremonies, offering stripped-down Kiss favorites and telling stories sans makeup.
The Rutles, aka the Pre-Fab Four, pioneers of the 'Rutland Sound,' have found their "get up and go" and are returning to the concert stage. They will play 19 dates -- listed below -- across the U.K. in May.
Fresh off a celebrated sideman stint on the star-packed CBS special 'The Beatles: The Night That Changed America,' Peter Frampton will hit the road for a series of summer dates with some other big names.
Growing up in Butte, Tim Montana dreamed that some day he would share the stage with his musical heroes. Now those dreams are coming true. Next month, the Montana musician returns to his home state when his band "Tim Montana and the Shrednecks" opens up for ZZ Top in Bozeman
Hot on the heels of our "Looking for Some Tush" Contest, here's another chance for you to win tickets to see ZZ Top in Bozeman next month. And this time, we're sending someone back stage to hang out with the band
It's been a long, often rocky road for Roky Erickson. The psychedelic music pioneer has had his share of problems over the years -- legal, drug and mental among them. But judging from his show at Cleveland's Beachland Ballroom on Feb. 8, he now seems to be embracing his glorious musical past.
If you dig the Black Crowes, we've got some good news and bad news. Sadly, their singer Chris Robinson is not coming to Billings. However, if you're willing to make a road trip, he will be rolling through Montana on tour this spring
Stone Sour are a band that respects their roots, and they've been very good about paying homage to their metal forefathers over the years. The latest instance of this has come on the band's winter 2014 tour, where Corey Taylor and his cohorts have been breaking out a cover of Metallica's 'Creeping Death.'
One of the perks of staging your own event is having the ability to drop in on your favorite bands during the festivities, and that's exactly what Metallica's Kirk Hammett did at the inaugural Fear FestEvil horror and music event in San Francisco.
A trio of classic-rock giants will hit the road together this summer for a two-and-a-half-month tour that winds across the U.S. Foreigner, Styx and Don Felder will launch the 'Soundtrack of Summer' tour in mid May.
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