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Ace Frehley Reveals Gene Simmons Collaboration Details: ‘I Was Really Pleased, And So Was …
Ace Frehley shares lots of tantalizing details about the two songs he recently wrote with former Kiss bandmate Gene Simmons.
Van Halen Magazine Ads Through the Years: 1978-2012
Since releasing their groundbreaking debut album almost 40 years ago, Van Halen have demonstrated an impressive knack for coming up with increasingly distinctive cover art.
Gene Simmons Contributes to Ace Frehley’s Next Album
Kiss bassist Gene Simmons has revealed that he recently co-wrote two songs with former bandmate Ace Frehley for the latter's next solo studio album.
Brian Johnson Returns to the Stage to Sing With Robert Plant and Paul Rodgers
Longtime AC/DC singer Brian Johnson returned to the stage tonight to perform 'Money' with Robert Plant and Paul Rodgers.
U2, ZZ Top Stars to Appear on Alice Cooper’s Upcoming ‘Paranormal’ Album
Alice Cooper has revealed the title, release plans and a very impressive list of guest stars for his next studio album.
Guns N’ Roses, The Who Team Up For One (And Possibly More) Shows
Guns N' Roses have confirmed that they will play one concert together, and reports suggest it could turn into a full-blown tour.
Kiss Kick Off ‘KissWorld’ Tour in Moscow: Video, Set List
Kiss launched their 'Kissworld' tour with a set that highlighted nearly every era of the band's long career.
Elton John Hospitalized for ‘Harmful and Unusual Bacterial Infection,’ Eight Shows Cancele…
Elton John was hospitalized for two nights after contracting a rare infection during a recent South American tour.
Y&T Guitarist Joey Alves Dies
Longtime Y&T guitarist Joey Alves has died at the age of 63 after a battle with ulcerative colitis and other health complications.
Watch as Kiss Defy City Pyro Ban by Setting Off All Their Explosives in Just 30 Seconds
A German fire marshal told Kiss they couldn't use any pyrotechnics during their show. They obeyed ... until the last song.