LISTEN: This week's top rock songs, according to the latest Billboard chart.
The odd union will be showcased on Jimmy Kimmel's late-night show next month.
And this mashup proves it.
The rocker graciously chalks up the similarities between "I Won't Back Down" and "Stay With Me" to a "musical accident."
The bassist was arrested on suspicion of battery, vandalism, and disorderly conduct.
The rockers topped the weekly album chart for the third time, holding off Taylor Swift's mega-selling "1989."
The rocker has confirmed he's no longer with the band less than 24 hours after insisting he hadn't quit.
Scott Weiland denies being the frontman of the new supergroup Art of Anarchy.
It wasn't just any guitar, but Frampton's absolute favorite, and the one he played on "Frampton Comes Alive."
The guitarist is disputing reports he has quit Blink-182, despite an announcement suggesting he has already been replaced.
If the Grateful Dead are going to play their last shows ever, fans want the chance to camp out for the last time.
"Kurt Cobain: Montage of Heck," was produced by his 22-year-old daughter, Frances.
The rocker is launching his own range of guitars and amps.
The Great Gibson Grab will raise money for the Wounded Warrior Project.
The band has recruited producer Marshal Dutton as their new frontman, just months after hiring singer Nolan Neal.
The singer, who was fired from Velvet Revolver in 2009, will also be working with Disturbed star John Moyer and twins Jon and Vince Votta.
The team has adopted the band's hit "Seek and Destroy" as their unofficial theme.
The band initially canceled two dates but now all the concerts have been axed.
The "Girls, Girls, Girls" hitmakers will officially hang it up later this year.
The band will reissue its sixth studio album next month, complete with unreleased versions of hit songs.