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Bryan Adams Exits Tina Turner Rock Hall Tribute After Testing Positive for COVID-19

Bryan Adams made a last-minute exit from Saturday’s Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony after testing positive for COVID-19. A representative for Adams, who was expected to join H.E.R. to perform “It’s Only Love” in honor of inductee Tina Turner, confirmed to Billboard that the Canada-born rocker had tested positive and is “fully […]

Taylor Swift Helps Induct Carole King, Sings “Will You Love Me Tomorrow” at Rock Hall Ceremony

Taylor Swift had the first word at the 2021 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony Saturday night in Cleveland. After opening remarks by Rock Hall CEO Greg Harris and Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Foundation president John Sykes, Swift took the stage at Rocket Mortgage Fieldhouse in a glittering, form-fitting outfit to […]

Eddie Van Halen, Rock Legend and Guitar Hero, Dies at 65

Eddie Van Halen died after his battle with cancer at age 65. His son, Wolfgang, shared the news on Twitter.

Steve King, Grammy-Winning Engineer of ‘The Eminem Show,’ Dead at 56

The Detroit native's résumé included work with Aretha Franklin, Patti Smith and George Clinton. He also mixed "Lose Yourself" from the "8 Mile" film soundtrack.

Andy Johns, Producer/Engineer for Rolling Stones, Led Zeppelin, Dies at 61

The younger brother and uncle, respectively, of fellow producer/engineers Glyn Johns and Ethan Johns, his credits include "Exile On Main Street," "Physical Graffiti" and Television's "Marquee Moon."

Rush to Tour With String Ensemble Behind ‘Clockwork Angels’

Orchestrations for the veteran trio's "Clockwork Angels" tour are "still in the planning stage." Guitarist Alex Lifeson says, "It's just something different for us."

Kid Rock’s Detroit Symphony Concert Performance Raises $1 Million

Rock and his Twisted Brown Trucker band played 11 songs with the DSO, as well as a three-song encore set on their own.

Music Producer Richard Marx: ‘The Playboy Club’ Felt ‘Doomed From the Start’

The singer, songwriter and performer, who is releasing a Christmas EP this holiday, served as a music producer on the now-cancelled NBC show.

Lady Gaga Will Be as ‘Big as Elvis Presley,’ Says Tony Bennett

In a new interview, the singer opens up about working with late musician Amy Winehouse.

Lady Gaga Okays Weird Al ‘Poker Face’ Parody (Video)

The song will be included in a medley called "Polka Face."

‘Baker Street’ Singer Gerry Rafferty Dies at 63

"Stuck in the Middle" was among the Scottish singer's top 10 hits and a key cue in Quentin Tarantino's 1992 film "Reservoir Dogs."

Phil Collins project to honor Texas history

Having made his musical swan song with "Going Back," Phil Collins' next project will be in the book world -- and situated deep in the heart of Texas.