Chas & Dave singer Chas Hodges dies after suffering organ failure
The Exchange in Bristol will torment customers with a whole evening of one song by Rosanna hitmakers Toto... but it's for a good cause
Mark Tremonti and co announce a 24-date winter tour of the UK and Europe in support of latest album A Dying Machine
Check out Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers’ track Gainesville - taken from An American Treasure
Former Journey frontman Steve Perry releases studio video for his new track We’re Still Here - taken from his upcoming album Traces
The Struts release video for their new single Primadonna Like Me - taken from the upcoming album Young&Dangerous
Vandenberg's MoonKings will release the acoustic album Rugged And Unplugged later this year - listen to Burning Heart
Metallica will play an acoustic set in San Francisco in November and auction a range of items in aid of their All Within My Hands Foundation
More Blood, More Tracks: The Bootleg Series Vol. 14 will feature 70 previously unreleased Dylan recordings - includes the complete New York sessions
Guitarist Schiermann will support Sons Of Apollo on their UK tour later this month in support of his self-titled debut album
Saxon release video for new single Predator to mark the start of their UK and European tour - track taken from latest album Thunderbolt
Kiss announce that they’ll head out on the road one final time as they perform Detroit Rock City on America’s Got Talent
Kiss have announced a farewell tour. But why? They're better equipped to deal with the future than almost anyone...
Hear ’n Aid saw the hard-rock community muscling in on the charity single bandwagon. Cue a heavyweight cast, guitar battles and big hair contests
It was a movement that created a music revolution, and had more than its fair share of tragedies. But who were the monkeys and who were the organ grinders when grunge’s tune started playing?
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She grew up in Detroit with Alice Cooper and Ted Nugent, but became a glam-rock superstar in The UK: it's Suzi Quatro
Judas Priest defended the faith, Echo & The Bunnymen went big and Prince proved just how funky he really was: we round up the best albums of 1984
They toured with the Sisters of Mercy and Siouxsie and occasionally featured members of PiL and Motorhead. Now Aussie swamp rockers The Scientists are back and asking themselves, "How the fuck did we not make it?"
It may have been released 48 years ago, but Black Sabbath’s Paranoid has lost none of its unearthly power. Even when you rank its mighty contents in order of ascending greatness
Was Hendrix murdered by a manager with debts to the Mafia? Hendrix biographer Harry Shapiro talks to former roadie James ‘Tappy’ Wright and reconsiders the mysteries surrounding Jimi's death
Is it worth going wireless if your music won’t sound as good? We take a look at the science behind the streaming
Sing out Hare Hare, dance the hoochie-coo! Zeppelin’s 1973 set given another remastering.
The voice of Deep Purple goes back to his R&B roots. He should have stayed where has was
In August 1969, Blind Faith released their only studio album. It remains something of an overlooked masterpiece