Four 'Hug-It-Outs' We'd Like to See at the Rock Hall InductionChicago said it best: "It's hard to say 'I'm sorry.'" But think of the fans, man!
6 Metal Icons Who Should Be in the Rock and Roll Hall of FameNow that Deep Purple is being inducted, we have a few ideas about other metal artists that deserve to be in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
Cheap Trick, Deep Purple, Chicago, Steve Miller Among Rock Hall InducteesThe induction ceremony takes place in April in New York.
Yes, Deep Purple, the Cars Lead Rock and Roll Hall of Fame NomineesChicago, Chic, Cheap Trick and the Steve Miller Band also are on the ballot.
Tom Morello and His New Label Are 'Making Music with a Purpose'In our interview, Morello explains his friendship with Ted Nugent, describes his relationship with Chris Cornell and reveals why he wants Bassnectar to stop talking about his album.
Watch the Trailer for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame BroadcastMiley Cyrus jamming with Joan Jett and Dave Grohl was a highlight; so was the duet between Stevie Wonder and John Legend.
'Warning': Green Day's Underrated ClassicWhen I heard Warning, I was converted. I realize that that's like deciding you're a Clash fan at 'Sandinista,' or falling for the Replacements because of 'All Shook Down.'
Joan Jett to Open for The WhoHer already great year just got even better.
Green Day, Joan Jett, Ringo Starr Lead Rock Hall 2015 InducteesThe induction ceremony will take place Cleveland's Public Hall on April 18, 2015; tickets go on sale this Thursday.
Joan Jett, Bill Withers, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Green Day Lead 2014 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame NomineesLou Reed, Bill Withers and the Marvelettes are also on the ballot.
Q&A: Ace Frehley Would Like To Be a Stand-Up ComedianDuring our conversation, he discussed his knack for choosing great covers — including "New York Groove" — his new album, his fiancée, his sobriety and his recent induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
Interview: KISS' Paul Stanley Slams Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Patti SmithWhile taking shots at Jann Wenner, Patti Smith and others, Stanley reaffirmed his speech at the Rock Hall induction ceremony and clarifies that it was Gene Simmons, not him, who said those 'borderline racist' comments.