All of today's top music news stories
AC/DC and their frontman Brian Johnson have both addressed the rumors that the band were planning to retire due to guitarist Malcolm Young suffering a major health problem (rumored to be a stroke).
The suspect in the worst mass-murder in Calgary's history posted two references to Megadeth hours before he allegedly went on a killing spree at a house party
The Who will mark their 50th anniversary with a world tour starting in the UK around Christmas, Pete Townshend has revealed.
Beatles legend Paul McCartney continues to announce additional dates for the summer North American leg of his Out There World Tour.
Not long after announcing their existence to the world last week, rock supergroup Antemasque has revealed a release date for their debut album
B.B. King has issued an apology for the concert earlier this month which saw him being heckled by an unhappy crowd
On June 9 (June 10 in North America), The Who will release 'Quadrophenia: Live In London', a new package that captures the band in concert at Wembley Arena performing their 1973 classic album in its entirety on the final night of their 40th anniversary tour
Gary Numan has confirmed an intimate club tour to take place between his upcoming festival appearances. He'll perform in smaller venues between June 21 and July
Rob Zombie has released a video preview of his upcoming live DVD package, 'The Zombie Horror Picture Show.'