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The Eagles Help ‘Cars 3′ ‘Take It to the Limit’ in New Trailer
The Eagles' 1975 classic "Take It to the Limit' provides a poignant soundtrack to the latest trailer for Pixar's upcoming summer blockbuster 'Cars 3.'
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.
Gene Simmons Pays Tribute to Chuck Berry at First-Ever Solo Concert
Gene Simmons paid tribute to Chuck Berry by performing "Johnny B. Goode" during his first-ever full-length solo concert.
Vince Neil ‘Terminated’ From ‘Celebrity Apprentice’
A week after winning over $750,000 for charity on 'Celebrity Apprentice,' Vince Neil fell on his own sword and was "terminated" on the first of tonight's two challenges.
Guns N’ Roses Songs Cleverly Reimagined for Bud Light Super Bowl and ‘Resident Evil’ Comme…
Two of the most famous songs from Guns N' Roses' 1987 debut 'Appetite for Destruction' have been given a fresh coat of paint for a pair of new commercials.
Vince Neil Raises Over $750,000 for MSA Charity With ‘Celebrity Apprentice’ Victory
Vince Neil's 'Celebrity Apprentice' victory raised over three quarters of a million dollars for a charity dedicated to fighting a disease that recently claimed the life of one of his friends.
Lou Gramm Now Confirms He Will Join Foreigner’s Tour ‘For a Song or Two’
After some "crossed wires and miscommunications," Lou Gramm says he will rejoin his former group Foreigner on tour this summer.
David Bowie’s Last Known Songs Released as ‘No Plan’ EP
The final three songs known to be recorded by David Bowie have been released as an EP entitled 'No Plan.'
Read Bob Dylan’s Nobel Prize Acceptance Speech
At tonight's Nobel Prize banquet in Stockholm, US Ambassador to Sweden Azita Raji read an acceptance speech from Bob Dylan, who was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature.
Jon Bon Jovi Says ‘Two F—ers’ Are Keeping His Band Out of the Rock Hall of Fame
Jon Bon Jovi says some members of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame's nominating committee have made it their "personal mission" to keep his group from being inducted.
10 Years Ago: Paul Stanley Goes Solo for the Second Time With ‘Live to Win’
In 1978, Paul Stanley of Kiss released his first solo album as part of a plan to keep his fracturing band together.
Brian May Battling ‘Persistent Illness,’ Cancels Remaining 2016 Plans
Queen guitarist Brian May has revealed that he is battling a "persistent illness which is destroying my energy and will."