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QUEEN guitarist Brian May has admitted to Newsweek that he was surprised by the success of the band's biopic, 'Bohemian Rhapsody', which smashed box office records to become the highest-grossing music biopic of all time.
Tony Iommi says that he has begun remixing BLACK SABBATH's 1995 album 'Forbidden' for a 2019 release. The LP, which features singer Tony Martin, drummer Cozy Powell and bassist Neil Murray, is often regarded as the band's worst studio recording.
Khan, whose hits include 'I Feel For You' and 'I'm Every Woman,' is the first solo black entertainer ever tapped to lead the Rose Parade.
If Chaka Khan were a flower, she'd be a perennial. 'Because I go dormant and then I...' Khan stops and gracefully lifts her arms together, then slowly brings her hands apart, like a tulip emerging in spring. 'I've done it many, many times', explained the singer, perhaps best known for...
At nearly every turn, whether he's walking by a television, near a radio or video game, George Clinton is reminded of just how big his musical footprint has been. He's also reminded that he hasn't gotten paid for much of what he is hearing.
Song by song, Queen shook the palaces to become rock royalty. Queen: Album by Album exposes the coup.
Jack White feels 'comfortable' recording new music by pretending they are covers of someone's old songs
With the pioneers of metal all set to be honored with the Grammy Award for Lifetime Achievement, here's a look at the legacy of Sabbath and their indelible mark on modern music.
Queen guitarist Brian May is to drop his first solo since in 20 years on New Year's Day with a song featuring the late physicist Stephen Hawking.
It's understandable why the love between Living Colour and Australia is very much mutual following the band's two-hour show in Melbourne on Wednesday night.
Legendary ska/punk/funk outfit Fishbone brings it's 7th annual Crazy Glue X-Mas Tour to San Francisco this Friday, headlining the Great American Music Hall in San Francisco.
Jack White has re-booted yet another of his side projects, the Raconteurs, dropping the first new music we've heard from the band in over a decade.
It wasn't until 9.45pm that the four boys from New York strolled onto the stage at The Astor in Perth for the opening night of their '30th Anniversary Vivid Tour'. As has been with their music all throughout their career, they guys sported all very different dress senses, as vocalist ...
Sadly, this album is yet another example of some ex-girlfriend asking, 'Exactly how many copies of that record do you really need'? That said, well, as everyone knows, it was Helen of Troy, whose face launched a thousand ships. And it was this album ...
Xzibit's 'Restless' turns 18. 'I can drink a whole Henessey fifth', raps Xzibit, on his classic banger 'Get Your Walk On'. 'Some call that a problem but I call it a gift'. That track is but one of many hits from X's ...
We track the career, gear and accomplishments of the low-end legend
On Friday night, Ice Cube hit 'The Tonight Show' to perform his new George Clinton-inspired track with house band The Roots.
Critically acclaimed singer/songwriter Michael Franti and his band Spearhead are set to release their new album, Stay Human Vol. II, via Thirty Tigers on January 25. In celebration of the upcoming record, Franti is now premiering the track 'Nobody Cries Alone'
Rufus Featuring Chaka Khan have received their 3rd nomination for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Could 3rd time be a charm? The band hopes so!
Rap music has a history of protest music. Here are some rappers who took Bush Sr. head on!
Khan, Jordan Fisher and Anne-Marie are among the New Years Day performers
Executive producer Kerry Brothers shared how he and Alicia Keys succeeded in getting Nas and Rakim on the same record for the first time.
Founding Black Sabbath bassist Geezer Butler has unveiled his new band, with Deadland Ritual making its debut on social media recently.
'We need groups that look like Migos, rapping like De La Soul. We need a guy that looks like Lil Wayne talking like KRS-One.'
The basic elements of a John Butler Trio show are still just as galvanizing and even hypnotic as when the Australian rocker began touring in the United States a decade ago. Wednesday night a crowd of about 1700 fans at The Orpheum Theater in Boston braved the plummeting temperatures and the usual Thanksgiving Eve traffic [...]
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