The Rolling Stones 'No Filter' European tour has been announced for the autumn of 2017 which includes 13 dates in 12 cities.
Winners for Bernie Taupin and Elton John's music video competition, 'The Cut' will create videos for 'Bennie and the Jets', 'Tiny Dancer' and 'Rocket Man'.
Country music stars Shania Twain and Tim McGraw are among the performers announced to perform on NBC's Today Show TV concert series
Red Hot Chili Peppers and Jay-Z are set to headline the 2017 Meadows Music Festival which takes place in Queens in September 2017
The Who and Guns N'Roses have announced two joint headlining shows for 2017, the first at the Rock In Rio Festival and the second in Argentina
A previously unreleased live version of Elliott Smith's song 'Pretty (Ugly Before)' has been unveiled as part of America's Planned Parenthood campaign
Country Music Legend Loretta Lynn has been hospitalised after suffering a stroke, but is recovering and expected to make a full recovery.
Mick Jagger guests on a new version of the Rolling Stones' 'Doo Doo Doo Doo Doo (Heartbreaker)' by blues giant and longtime Stones ally Buddy Guy.
Hear Ziggy Marley's brand new restatement of 'Turn Your Lights Down Low', taken from 'Exodus 40', the celebratory reissue of Bob Marley's 'Exodus'.
The third annual 'Ride For Ronnie' motorcyle rally and concert in tribute to former Black Sabbath, Ranbow and Dio singer Ronnie James Dio is announced.
While the marquee was ever changing, one constant of the Sunset Strip was Mario Maglieri, beloved owner of the Whisky A Go Go and other strip establishments
50 Years of 'Rolling Stone' magazine are on display at the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame and Museum in Cleveland, Ohio from 4 May 2017.
After days of teasing, legendary Queen drummer Roger Taylor will release the enigmatic ‘Journey’s End’ film-and-video project on 5 May.
Singer, songwriter and producer Sia has announced the double-vinyl reissue of her fourth album, 2008’s ‘Some People Have Real Problems’.
Madchester veterans, Black Grape, have returned with a new album, Pop Voodoo, the band’s first new material in 20 years and will be released on 7 July.