Bubba has the ultimate backstage pass.
The band’s 12-year career has finally come to an end.
The Troggs were famously known for its cover of “Wild Thing” and other hit songs such as “A Girl Like You” and “Love is All Around.”
Jagger and the guys brought a career spanning rock show to Newark, NJ to celebrate their 50th birthday and there wasn’t a dull moment in the night.
Mick Jagger’s love letters to Marsha Hunt were purchased for $300,000 this week. Read one of the letters here!
If RZA’s The Man With The Iron Fists didn’t look completely badass enough, now we’re getting the accompanying music video with The Black Keys.
What did One Direction say to the Van Halen bassit that pissed him off so much?
Katy Perry isn’t a music artist, she’s a Pepsi commercial. JEFF the Brotherhood is here to help take the summer back.
It’s Jack White’s birthday and we can think of no better way to celebrate the guitar man’s 37 years of rocking out on planet Earth than with 10 of his best solos. Strap the headphones on and crank it up!
July 4th may be on a Wednesday this year, but that doesn’t mean you can’t rock out like it’s on a Friday. We’ve got your cookout soundtrack covered with a classic rock throwback that bleeds red, white and blue.
Jocelyn Pelichet sits down to shred 50 guitar riffs from the early ’90s. It’s good to hear Soul Asylum again, even if it was only for six seconds.
“Wait a second didn’t The Black Keys already do a video for ‘Gold on the Ceiling’?” Yep, they sure did, but this video was directed by eccentric director Harmony Korine of Kids notoriety. And it’s just as anti-mainstream as one would expect from Harmony.