Iron Maiden is back with a new record after lead vocalist, Bruce Dickinson, has been given a clean bill of health.
The remastered deluxe versions of his 1981 solo debut, and his fifth LP, hit store shelves in November.
The legendary guitarist is trying to get his bandmates on board as soon as possible.
The rocker calls his book "a manual for my personal lifestyle."
The rocker is releasing "Population Wars" later this month.
Case Western Reserve University and the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame are going to spend a week studying and celebrating Smokey Robinson.
The rocker jokes he used to think he could make more money by not writing a book than by writing one.
Algie the flying pig is no longer up for sale -- going back to the band instead.
They hadn't even started shooting the movie, but Dolly Parton had no trouble selling "Coat of Many Colors" to critics. The film, set to air Dec. 10 on NBC, is inspired by Parton's childhood.
Since debuting in 1984, the MTV Video Music Awards have prided themselves on being a stage for all things hip - and often - controversial.
Executives at Air Artists, the firm behind the floating porky, are selling off the blow-up pig as part of a rock memorabilia sale, which will also feature items created for the Rolling Stones, Iron Maiden and AC/DC.
The former Bon Jovie rocker is expanding his resumé by developing a TV show for HBO.
The former Guns 'N Roses star has teamed up with horror production firm Revolver Picture Company for a new movie franchise.
The sketches, which are expected to fetch more than $16,000, feature line portraits of three figures who look like members of the band, and were found in an attic by the seller.
The Executive Producer of the MTV Video Music Awards looks back at the craziest and the most unpredictable moments in the ceremony's history.
The Queen of Soul is already in negotiations for a possible film and TV mini-series about her life, and now she reveals she is talking to actress and director Marsha Mason about a stage show.
The soul star is among the contestants hoping to bust a move on the hit reality TV competition.
Joe Perry is still pinching himself after getting the chance to work with his musical hero Sir Paul McCartney.
While the final chance to see all the surviving members of Grateful Dead jam out together came and went with their epic “Fare Thee Well” reunion concerts, the Dead aren’t exactly done.
The spy spoof - at one point titled "Eight Arms to Hold You" - opened on Aug. 25, 1965.