Bob Dylan's '80s output doesn't get a lot of love, but he was plenty busy during the decade, and some of his best recordings from that era are getting the tribute treatment from a diverse array of younger artists.
Slash says he has a big regret about his time with Guns N' Roses, and it's not his legendarily fractious relationship with Axl Rose. It's the way he was "limited to the image of me as a crazy loser junkie."
Sufferers of the neurological disorder known as multiple system atrophy, or MSA, will get a big boost from some well-known rockers later this month, when some of music's biggest names come together for an all-star benefit concert.
It's usually pretty bad form to throw a big party for oneself, but when you're Howard Stern and your 60th birthday bash draws a crowd of famous faces that includes classic rockers like Slash, John Fogerty and Aerosmith's Steven Tyler, you get a pass.
Kings of Chaos -- a new supergroup comprised of Slash, Duff McKagan, Matt Sorum, Glenn Hughes, Corey Taylor and Steve Stevens -- played its first-ever concert on U.S. soil on Nov. 18 at the Avalon Hollywood in Los Angeles.
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