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Watch Neil Peart’s Final Recorded Drum Solo in Rush Film Teaser
Band will screen director's cut of 2019's 'Cinema Strangiato' for one-night-only event.
Hear Lindsey Buckingham’s Deceptively Sad New Song ‘On the Wrong Side’
Track appears on former Fleetwood Mac guitarist's upcoming, self-titled solo LP.
All 32 Genesis Music Videos Ranked Worst to Best
Grotesque puppets, TV evangelist parodies, a miniature Phil Collins singing inside a piano — the band wasn't afraid to get silly.
Bruce Springsteen and Paul Simon to Play Central Park Concert
Two singer-songwriters will headline New York City "homecoming" event alongside R&B singer Jennifer Hudson.
Rob Halford, Sammy Hagar Join Virtual Tribute to Ronnie James Dio
Sebastian Bach, Tenacious D and Guns N' Roses' Duff McKagan also join roster for fundraiser event marking late singer's birthday.
How an Unused Jimi Hendrix Album Cover Led to Journey’s Scarab
Beetle first appeared on 1980's 'Departure,' and has remained a regular presence on the group's projects ever since.
Neil Peart’s Classic Car Collection to Hit Auction
Late Rush drummer's valuable fleet of "Silver Surfers" will be sold in August.
Roger Daltrey Cancels U.S. Solo Tour Due to Travel ‘Uncertainty’
Who singer also "reluctantly" nixed live run due to "challenges for a [U.K.] act to be able to perform in the [U.S.]."
Metallica Prep Black Album Covers LP Featuring Elton John, Weezer
The 53-track 'Metallica Blacklist' will also feature Chad Smith, My Morning Jacket, Ghost and Jason Isbell, among others.
Foo Fighters Cover Bee Gees for Record Store Day LP
Limited-edition album also includes five live-in-the-studio versions of 'Medicine at Midnight' tunes.
Lynyrd Skynyrd Rethink Farewell: ‘Maybe It’s Not Our Time to Go’
Band details U.S. dates for 2021 Big Wheels Keep on Turnin' Tour.
‘Superbad': When Bill Hader Did Donuts to Van Halen’s ‘Panama’
Actor's hilarious improv wound up leading to a memorable — but expensive — scene from the 2007 comedy.