Listen To Win!!!
Some new information about Jefferson Starship singer/guitarist Paul Kantner's health scare has been revealed on the band's official Facebook page. A message posted Thursday reports, "Paul did indeed have a heart attack," adding that "he had a procedure [Thursday] afternoon and he'll be recovering in the hospital the next few days before heading back to San Francisco to recuperate."
As Rolling Stones fans know, the band intended to announce details of a 2015 North American tour on Thursday, March 19. Those plans were delayed, reportedly because of ticketing issues involving the trek's promoters. Now, Hits Daily Double is reporting that, according to insiders, The Stones will make the tour announcement sometime next week.
As The Who gear up for the first of its two scheduled North American tour legs this year celebrating the band's 50 anniversary, frontman Roger Daltrey is insisting that this will indeed be the British rock legends' final major trek.
This week, Ringo Starr will be featured on the cover of Rolling Stone by himself for the first time since 1981. Among the topics the former Beatles drummer chatted with the magazine about are his sobriety, and why the Fab Four never reunited prior to John Lennon's death in 1980.
Michael Schenker was on a mission when he made his latest album with his current group Temple of Rock. The veteran rock guitarist tells ABC Radio that the newly released record, Spirit on a Mission, is "a really well-balanced album that entertains from the beginning to the end…with really good vocals and melodies."
(NEW YORK) -- The teaser trailer for Spectre, the next installment in the James Bond series, picks up right where the last film left off.
(NEW YORK) -- Betty White's biggest regret in life involved her late husband Allen Ludden, who died from stomach cancer in 1981.
(NEW YORK) -- Rihanna made her acting debut in the poorly-received 2012 big-budget sci-fi flick Battleship, and had cameo appearances in 2013's This Is the End and last year's Annie remake.
(NEW YORK) -- Cigarettes and hard liquor may not be what immediately springs to mind at the Smithsonian's National Museum of American History, but that is exactly what was unveiled Friday in homage to the massively popular television series Mad Men.
(NEW YORK) — Drea de Matteo, who played Adriana La Cerva on The Sopranos, was among the dozens of people who lost their homes after an apartment building explosion led to a seven-alarm fire in New York City Thursday.