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Conductor Brent Havens on Combining Led Zeppelin with World-Class Orchestras
Conductor Brent Havens talks about blending the music of Led Zeppelin with some of the finest orchestras in the world with Windborne's Music of Led Zeppelin show.
Sammy Hagar to Van Halen: ‘I’m Sorry’
Sammy Hagar apologies for the bad things he's said about Van Halen since his departure from the group.
Will AC/DC Call It Quits? Angus Young Doesn’t Know Yet
AC/DC's guitarist says he doesn't yet know what the band's future holds.
Dee Snider Announces New Solo Album, Releases Acoustic ‘We’re Not Gonna Take It’
Twisted Sister frontman Dee Snider will release an "eclectic" new solo album, 'We Are The Ones,' this fall.
How Would Ted Nugent React If Hillary Clinton Used One of His Songs? We Asked Him
The Motor City Madman explains how he'd react to hearing one of his songs played at the Democratic National Convention
Phil Rudd Says He’s ‘Stopped All the Crazy Stuff,’ Mulls Solo European Tour
In a new interview, longtime AC/DC drummer Phil Rudd says he's a changed man who's eager to get back behind the kit.
Bruce Springsteen Set to Release ‘Very Different’ Solo Album
According to manager Jon Landau, Bruce Springsteen is preparing to release "a very different kind of record" as his next solo project.
Guns N’ Roses Add Fifth ‘Chinese Democracy’ Song to Set List
Guns N' Roses added another new song to their set list at their July 20 show in Foxboro, Mass.
Lynyrd Skynyrd Cancel Concert After Gary Rossington Health Scare
Lynyrd Skynyrd's founding guitarist will confer with doctors before returning to the road. Tags July 23rd Concert rescheduled for September 24th all tickets for this Saturdays show will be honored.
Guns N’ Roses Play ‘Sorry’ for First Time on Reunion Tour
Guns N' Roses have added another song to their live repertoire - and more surprises might be on the way.