45 Times Rock Music Made ‘Stranger Things’ Even Stranger
The Clash, Peter Gabriel and the Police are just some of the many artists to be featured in the show.
40 Years Ago: ‘Rocky II’ Sets a Cinematic Franchise in Motion
In June of 1979, the first 'Rocky' sequel elevated the boxer into a box office brand.
Lawsuits Forthcoming Over Master Tapes Lost in Universal Fire
The legal action follows a report that thousands of tapes were destroyed, including work by Guns N' Roses, Elton John, Nirvana and the Eagles.
Sheryl Crow Recruits Joe Walsh for ‘Still the Good Old Days’
The new song will be featured on an upcoming collaborations album called 'Threads.'
Roger Daltrey Says the New Who LP Is ‘Our Best Album Since ‘Quadrophenia’’
Though he was previously skeptical of the new material, the Who frontman is now sharing his excitement for the band's upcoming album.
Adam Lambert Says ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ Sequel ‘Doesn’t Make Sense’
The Queen + Adam Lambert frontman threw cold water on rumors of a second film.
George Thorogood Announces 45th-Anniversary Tour Dates
The 'Good to Be Bad: 45 Years of Rock' tour kicks off later this month.
Elton John Biopic ‘Rocketman’ Banned in Samoa
The film's homosexual content is "not good for public viewing," according to the country's censor.
Rami Malek’s Freddie Mercury Nearly Appeared in ‘Rocketman’
Dexter Fletcher, who directed both 'Bohemian Rhapsody' and 'Rocketman,' admits he had an idea for the cameo.
Rush ‘Cinema Strangiato 2019′ Film to Hit Screens This Summer
The one-day-only event will take place in theaters worldwide on Aug. 21.
Guns N’ Roses, Eagles Masters Among 100,000 Destroyed in Fire
New report reveals that material from thousands of artists burned in the 2008 fire.
‘Get That S— Off': Robert Plant Recalls His ‘Too Loud’ Misfire
In his debut podcast, the Led Zeppelin frontman recalled the instant negativity his 1985 solo effort received.