Aerosmith have added 17 dates to Las Vegas residency, “Deuces are Wild,” at Park Theater at Park MGM, from Sept. 21 through Dec. 4. The new set of shows brings the total number of Aerosmith dates at
Heart have reunited after three years for a huge summer 2019 tour, featuring Joan Jett and Sheryl Crow. The 39-city Love Alive tour will begin on July 9 in St. Louis, with stops in Chicago, Houston and Atlanta
Guns N’ Roses guitarist Richard Fortus said new music from the band was in the works back in December. Now the musician is also revealing a timeline for when work will start on a new GNR album.
At last night’s Grammy Awards, the late Chris Cornell won a posthumous Grammy for Best Rock Performance for his “When Bad Does Good.” Cornell beat out fellow nominees Arctic Monkeys (“Four Out of Five”), The Fever 333
Live Nation has announced the details for their 2019 Ticket to Rock program, confirming tours will be coming this summer from Slipknot, Korn, Breaking Benjamin and various other top-tier rock and metal groups. Ticket to Rock makes it easier than ever for
Aerosmith will be honored with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on February 14, according to an announcement by the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce. The legendary rockers will be recognized under the recording category, with
Ozzy Osbourne has been admitted to hospital due to flu complications. His wife Sharon Osbourne shared an update about the singer’s health on Twitter on Wednesday. “As some of you may have heard, Ozzy was admitted to
Electro-rock band The Prodigy have announced their first U.S. tour in over 10 years. Their U.S. trek starts May 3 with an appearance at Welcome to Rockville in Jacksonville, Fla., including 10 dates over the course of the tour.
Longtime Yes frontman Jon Anderson will release his first solo album since 2011, titled 1,000 Hands, due out on March 31. The album will featuring Yes bandmates Steve Howe, Alan White and the late Chris Squire. Ian Anderson
Shinedown spent much of last year on tour with Godsmack in support of their latest studio album “Attention, Attention.” Now, Brent Smith and company have announced a new round of summer amphitheater tour dates, beginning June 21