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Listen to Lindsey Buckingham’s New Song ‘Scream’
Track will appear on upcoming solo LP.
30 Years Ago: Tom Petty Mends Fences on ‘Great Wide Open’ Tour
An ornate stage design served as the Heartbreakers' backdrop.
Gene Simmons Apologizes to David Lee Roth
"I didn't mean to hurt his feelings," Kiss cofounder says.
When Paul McCartney Fell Short on ‘Press to Play’
What began as promising acoustic demos ended as one of the legend's poorest-selling albums.
When Charlie Watts Dressed Up to Punch Mick Jagger in the Face
Drummer's sense of timing came into expert play one night in 1984.
The Secret of the Bass Break in Paul Simon’s ‘You Can Call Me Al’
Lightning-fast riff was created in a way you may not expect.
Lynyrd Skynyrd’s Rickey Medlocke Returns After COVID-19 Recovery
"I feel very blessed and very fortunate to be ... here today."
John Lydon Loses Lawsuit Against Sex Pistols Bandmates
Singer was sued for refusing to allow the band's music to be used in an upcoming biopic.
Hurricane Henri Halts ‘We Love NYC’ Central Park Concert Mid-Song
Severe weather cut the event intended to celebrate New York City's reopening short.
Six Best Eagles Songs Never Played Live
These half-dozen tracks have yet to make it to the stage.
Megadeth Make Their Return to the Road: Set List, Videos
Show included the return of bassist James LoMenzo.
How Queen Fell Into ’80s Trap in ‘Pain Is So Close to Pleasure’
Abundance of drum machines and synthesizers on 1986 single let down fans.