Four People Stabbed, 20 Arrested Outside Metal Festival in Ohio
Four people were stabbed and 20 people arrested after a large scale fight took place outside a metal festival in Lakewood, Ohio on Saturday evening.
Bob Dylan Song Inspiration Rubin ‘Hurricane’ Carter Dies
Rubin 'Hurricane' Carter, the boxer that inspired Bob Dylan's 1975 song 'Hurricane' passed away this morning in Toronto after a battle with prostate cancer. Carter was 76 years old.
The Time Robert Plant Opened for Dee Snider
Did Robert Plant once serve as Dee Snider's opening act? It sounds crazy, but it actually happened.
Peter Frampton Luggage Thief Sentenced
A Denver man convicted of stealing numerous pieces of luggage, including some belonging to guitar legend Peter Frampton, from the carousel at Denver International Airport was given a 60 day jail sentence.
Rolling Stones Score Their 50th Chart Entry
The Rolling Stones' "50 and Counting" tour has resulted in yet another milestone for the legendary rock group. In an interesting bit of symmetry, their 'Hyde Park Live' album is their 50th album to reach the Billboard 200 chart.
Rush Announce Show for Alberta Flood Victims
In a show of solidarity with their fellow Canadians in a time of need, prog-rock heroes Rush have announced a very special show scheduled to take place on July 24.
Deep Purple Steve’s Morse Opens Up About ‘NOW What?!’
Deep Purple guitarist Steve Morse recently chatted with Something Else with respect to the group's new album 'NOW What?!' as well as his place in Deep Purple's history.
The Doors Launch Interactive iPad App
Together with Warner Music, the Doors have launched an interactive app exclusive to the iPad that will offer fans the chance to join the group on a fully interactive journey including music, videos, previously unpublished photos and more.
Robert Plant Gets Restraining Order Against Delusional Stalker
Robert Plant has recently had to take some safety precautions, including obtaining a restraining order against a woman he claims is stalking him.
Bruce Springsteen Elected to American Academy of Arts & Sciences
As if selling millions of records and having fans all over the world isn't quite enough, it was recently announced that one of New Jersey's favorite sons, Bruce Springsteen, has been elected to the American Academy of Arts & Sciences.