Dead & Company, featuring Grateful Dead surviving members Bob Weir, Mickey Hart and Bill Kreutzmann, begins its North American tour on May 30.
Kiss's Gene Simmons has new book, a Cliffs Notes of sorts, on how to attain more "power," with sections on Niccolò Machiavelli, Oprah Winfrey, Napoleon Bonaparte, Michael Jordan and Elon Musk. He also has a box set of unreleased material with a huge price tag.
The lead singer talks about his new memoir, piloting his band's Ed Force One jumbo jet and creating epic metal that "rivals Cecil B. DeMille."
Last night's CMA's performer talks to Newsweek about her new album.
The singer/songwriter discusses "X: 40 Years of Punk in Los Angeles"; her views on feminism; working with the Doors' Ray Manzarek; and her first moments singing.
Styx singer/guitarist Tommy Shaw talks to Newsweek about 'The Mission,' the band's classic-rock milestones and meeting the NASA guys who planned the Pluto flyby.
Drummer Lars Ulrich discusses Metallica's world tour, what "Battery" and other war-themed songs are really about and why "The Black Album" works so well in stadiums.
Rush great Geddy Lee joins on bass for performance of 'Roundabout' before Yes play 'Owner of a Lonely Heart.'
John Lydon talks about his early punk days, PiL and his appreciation for Pink Floyd, even though he used to wear an "I Hate Pink Floyd" T-shirt.
The former Doobie Brothers and Steely Dan singer/keyboardist discusses the Last Waltz 40 Tour and offers a heated view of the state of the union.
The legendary prog-rock keyboardist talks about working with David Bowie, touring with fellow Yes alumni Jon Anderson and Trevor Rabin, and his animal rescue work.
"Origins Vol. 1" features Slash, Lita Ford, Paul Stanley on tracks by Thin Lizzy, the Troggs, Free and more.