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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.
Bono’s Daughter Stars in Acclaimed New Movie
There's lots of buzz over the movie 'Enough Said' right now -- partly because it stars the late James Gandolfini in his last big role. And partly because of who plays his daughter -- Eve Hewson, whose real-life father is even more famous: Bono.
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.
Christine McVie Open to Fleetwood Mac Concert Reunion
Christine McVie retired from Fleetwood Mac 15 years ago, and while she's occasionally attended the group's concerts, she's repeatedly refused her former bandmates' requests to join them for a performance. But maybe her resolve is finally weakening.
Fergie Named Her Newborn Son After Axl Rose
Black Eyed Peas singer Fergie and her actor husband Josh Duhamel welcomed their first child earlier today, a son they named ... Axl. And no, that's not a coincidence.
Lou Gramm Heading to Vegas to Raid the Rock Vault
Raiding the Rock Vault, a mainstay at the Las Vegas Hotel & Casino, has announced Foreigner frontman Lou Gramm as the next singer in its Icon Series.
Deep Purple ’70s Albums Box Set Announced
If you've been meaning to collect all of Deep Purple's LPs from their peak decade, things just got a whole lot easier for you: This fall, Rhino Records will release the box set 'Deep Purple: The Complete Albums 1970 - 1976.'
Yes, Queensryche + More Slated for 2014 Cruise to the Edge
If hanging out with Judas Priest at Rock 'N' Roll Fantasy Camp in Vegas isn't your thing, maybe setting sail with acts like Yes, Marillion, and Queensryche (which version, we're not sure) during a Caribbean cruise is more your speed.
Greg Kihn, Bret Michaels Announced for 2013 Kihncert
Greg Kihn's 13th-annual annual Kihncert will feature Bret Michaels as a headliner. The one-day music festival, founded more than a decade ago by Kihn, has become a classic-rock tradition that has included artists like Kansas, Lynyrd Skynyrd, REO Speedwagon, Boston and the Who in the past.
‘Bob Dylan Hair’ Shows Up in Black Keys Divorce
Divorces are never pleasant, especially when you have to wrangle over who gets the money, the car, the house and ... that wad of Bob Dylan's hair. No, seriously. That's something Black Keys frontman Dan Auerbach and his ex-wife recently fought over in court.
Leslie West Announces New Album
Mountain co-founder Leslie West has had a rough few years. Back in 2011, he lost his left leg to diabetes, causing the legendary guitarist and singer to consider quitting music for good.
Bon Jovi Angers New Yorkers by Playing Politics With Concert Dates
Some New York music fans are crying foul after Jon Bon Jovi abruptly canceled an upcoming appearance at the New York State Fair but kept a date to play a fundraiser for Gov. Andrew Cuomo.