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How ‘License to Kill’ Almost Murdered the James Bond Franchise
The unusually violent adventure remains the lowest-grossing movie in the 007 series.
Watch the Implosion of Detroit’s Palace of Auburn Hills Concert Venue
The venue played host to notable concerts by Sting, Jimmy Page and Robert Plant, U2 and Bob Seger.
Rolling Stones’ Expanded ‘Goats Head Soup’ Adds Three New Songs
Jimmy Page appears on the previously unreleased track "Scarlet."
Scorpions and Motorhead Drummer Mikkey Dee Says He Had COVID-19
Rocker lost 15 pounds during his one-month battle.
Eagles ‘Live From the Forum’ Concert Film Will Debut This Weekend
Band's 26-song performance will premiere on cable television's most popular sports channel.
Why Def Leppard Did Things ‘Completely Different’ on New Live Set
"Vegas was great for that, especially the last couple of nights. We played two-, two-and-a-half-hour sets."
David Coverdale Is Hearing Whitesnake in a Whole New Way: Exclusive Interview
"I've had this dream and ambition for many, many years," he tells us, "but there's been a missing link."
Eddie Kramer Reveals Plans for Book, Documentary and Podcast
Producer is telling his life story in a variety of formats.
Ace Frehley Announces August Return to Live Performances
Former Kiss guitarist will play two socially distanced shows that month.
How Metallica’s ‘Black Noise’ Makes Their Whiskey Taste Different
"This is where we go off the rails."
How James Bond Fought Off Father Time in ‘Octopussy’
Roger Moore originally planned to bow out of the franchise after 1981's 'For Your Eyes Only.'
40 Years Ago: ‘Shandi’ Makes Kiss Sudden Australian Superstars
The June 1980 kicked off a sensation known as "Kissteria," even as the group's commercial standing sank in the United States.