Rick Kern/Getty Images Extreme and Living Colour are hitting the road together once more. The two bands’ Thicker than Blood tour, which first launched in 2023, will continue with a fall leg kicking off September 4 in Billings, Montana. Tickets go on sale Friday, April 19. A presale starts Wednesday,Read More →

courtesy of ABC We won’t have to wait much longer to find out which artists are getting inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame for 2024. It was revealed Monday on American Idol that this year’s inductee class will be announced live on the April 21 episode of the ABCRead More →

Courtesy of The Rolling Stones The Rolling Stones have announced Gary Clark Jr. as the opener for the first show of their upcoming U.S. tour. The show takes place April 28 at NRG Stadium in Houston, Texas. Clark is originally from Austin, Texas. Following the Houston date, the Stones willRead More →

Courtesy of Live Nation Aerosmith is finally ready to return to the road. The Rock & Roll Hall of Famers just announced the rescheduled dates for their Peace Out tour, which was put on hold last September after frontman Steven Tyler fractured his larynx. The tour is set to resume on September 20 inRead More →

Gary Miller/Getty Images FireHouse vocalist C.J. Snare died Friday, April 5, at age 64. In a Facebook post on Sunday, April 7, the “Love of a Lifetime” outfit shared, “It is with great sorrow we are letting the world know we have lost our brother: CJ Snare, the rock andRead More →

Disney/Christopher Willard If you’ve seen Wolfgang Van Halen perform live, you’ve probably seen him thank his dad, the late Eddie Van Halen, by pointing up to the sky. In an interview with People, Wolf shares, “The reason I do what I do is because of my dad.” “If I didn’tRead More →

Kevin Mazur/Getty Images As Major League Baseball’s opening day festivities begin on Thursday, March 28, The Black Crowes have revealed that their music is set to play a big role in baseball season. The band shared on Instagram that their single “Wanting and Waiting” from their new album, Happiness Bastards, will be theRead More →

UMe/Capitol March marks the 50th anniversary of Aerosmith‘s album Get Your Wings, and in honor of the milestone, the band is releasing a whole slew of new stuff. First, there’s a limited-edition vinyl, due out May 17. To match the year of release, there will only be 1,974 copies, each pressedRead More →

Jeff Kravitz/FilmMagic The Who played their second Teenage Cancer Trust show at London’s Royal Albert Hall on Wednesday, March 20, and fans lucky enough to be in the audience were treated to a surprise appearance by Pearl Jam’s Eddie Vedder. Fan-shot footage posted to social media shows Vedder, a wellRead More →

Jason Kempin/Getty Images for Pilgrimage Music & Cultural Festival The Black Crowes’ Rich Robinson has some strong opinions about today’s music, and he isn’t necessarily a fan.  “The problem with a lot of music today is that there’s no humanity in it,” he tells The Sun in a new interview.Read More →