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Before he played Washington, D.C.'s massive RFK Stadium with Foo Fighters on Saturday, July 4, Dave Grohl made a quick pit stop. He joined original Pearl Jam drummer Dave Krusen to perform covers of The Rolling Stones and Neil Young at a local motorcycle rally that same day, according to Alternative Nation. The performance marks a rare instance where the drummer on Nevermind shared the stage with the drummer on Ten.
Paul McCartney muses on a variety of interesting topics in a new interview with the U.K. version of Esquire, including sharing his opinion on his old band The Beatles, whom he maintains were a phenomenon that the world likely won't see again.
People will be gathering together across the U.S. to celebrate Independence Day today, and as usual, some big-name classic-rock artists will help mark the occasion by playing concerts in various cities. Among those acts is Journey, who will be performing at the Stadium of Fire event in Provo, Utah.
The official video for Steven Tyler's new single, "Love Is Your Name," premiered online Friday at the Aerosmith frontman's website and VEVO YouTube channel. The clip for the countrified tune features Tyler hanging on the porch of a rural shack before joining a bunch of hippified partygoers and fellow musicians around a down-home bonfire.
(NEW YORK) -- Amy Schumer is best known for her shocking comedy, but also for being a feminist. In fact, Glamour magazine has named her the new face of feminism. It's a role she didn't expect to fill.
(NEW YORK) -- Paula Deen is right about one thing: she's got some explaining to do.
(LOS ANGELES) -- Husband and wife Boris Kodjoe and Nicole Ari-Parker are going the way of Sonny and Cher: the couple will be hosting their own TV show. The Boris and Nicole Show began its four-week run Monday on Fox stations around the country.
(NEW YORK) -- Bill Cosby's former The Cosby Show co-star, Raven-Symone, said Tuesday she still needs time to process her feelings after it was revealed Monday in newly released court documents that Cosby admitted to procuring drugs for use in having sex with women.
(LOS ANGELES) -- Paul Rudd plays the titular tiny hero in Marvel's Ant-Man, and Tuesday's Good Morning America got a behind-the-scenes look at the film set, and also chatted with the stars.