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How Van Halen Brought a Hamburger to Life in ‘Better Off Dead’
Band's 1980 hit soundtracked an animated sequence from the John Cusack movie.
Moody Blues Cruise II to Feature Roger Daltrey
If your vacation calendar isn't already full of rock star cruises, here's one more: The Moody Blues have announced the final lineup for their second fan cruise experience.
Sharon Osbourne Says She Had a Pre-Ozzy Fling With Jay Leno
Filed under "things we can't un-hear" is a new confession from Sharon Osbourne, who says that a long time ago in a galaxy far, far away (in other words, before she got together with husband Ozzy), she hooked up with Jay Leno.
Freddie Mercury Biopic Bites the Dust
That much-hyped Freddie Mercury biopic may be over before it's even begun. Now that actor Sacha Baron Cohen has bailed on the project, the film's screenwriter hears its death knell.
Judas Priest Slated for Rock ‘N’ Roll Fantasy Camp in Vegas
Ever wanted to hang out with Judas Priest? If you have at least five grand and some vacation time coming up, you'll get the chance early next year at Rock 'N' Roll Fantasy Camp. Frontman Rob Halford, bassist Ian Hill, drummer Scott Travis and new guitarist Richie Faulkner will all be part of 'Hell B…
Queen Musical Coming to North America
After playing London's West End for more than a decade and selling 15 million tickets worldwide, 'We Will Rock You' -- the "rock theatrical" produced in conjunction with Queen's Brian May and Roger Taylor -- will finally tour North America for the first time.
Actor Paul Rudd Joins Rush Onstage at Tour Finale
In the 2009 hit movie 'I Love You, Man,' Paul Rudd and Jason Segel play buddies who bond over a shared love of the holy triumvirate known as Rush (the guys jam to the band's songs, and Rush themselves appeared in the movie during a concert scene). Later on, Rudd and Segel reprised their roles alongs…
Mark Knopfler’s ‘Privateering’ Finally Gets a U.S. Release Date
Last fall, Dire Straits frontman Mark Knopfler released an acclaimed double album, 'Privateering.' Or should we say he released it everywhere but in the U.S. due to legal snafus with Knopfler's stateside record company, Warner Bros.