Joe Elliott Says He Knew Motley Crue’s Retirement Wouldn’t Last
The Def Leppard frontman never believed the Crue were done touring.
Joe Elliott Determined to Prove ’80s Bands Aren’t ‘Mockable’
The Def Leppard frontman defended '80s artists while announcing his band's trek alongside Motley Crue.
The Who Returning to Cincinnati for First Time Since 1979 Tragedy
Band will perform in the area more than 40 years after a stampede outside a show killed 11 fans.
25 Years Ago: ‘Live at the BBC’ Unearths Beatles Rarities
The release brought an array of live material to light, decades after the original performances.
Peter Cetera’s ‘Angler’s Paradise’ Home on Sale for $2.2 Million
The former Chicago frontman is selling his rustic hideaway.
How Queen Got Leif Garrett High (and Laid)
In a new memoir, the former teen idol recalls his exploits alongside the classic rock band.
Neil Young Leaving Facebook Due to Platform’s ‘False Information’
The rocker criticized the social media site for its involvement in politics.
Oh Lord: Church’s Giant Baby Jesus Statue Looks Like Phil Collins
Insert Genesis joke here.
2019 Classic Rock Books: The Year in Review
From memoirs to history lessons, and even a voyage into space, book lovers had plenty to feast their eyes on.
Paul McCartney Has a New Perspective on Beatles’ ‘Let It Be’ Film
Work on a new documentary has changed the musician's POV.
How Pete Townshend’s ‘Floss’ Changed From a Musical to a Book
The Who guitarist originally planned to make another rock opera, before pivoting to create his first novel.
Why Rod Stewart Hasn’t Made Another Album With Jeff Beck
The rockers are unlikely to ever collaborate on another LP, despite their mutual respect for one another.