Andy Warhol's short films featuring the music legends will be screened on a big billboard in the Big Apple.
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The drummer is bouncing back from his feud with Ozzy Osbourne by announcing he will release two solo projects.
The drummer is battling carpal tunnel syndrome and will be temporarily replaced by former Slayer and Testament star Jon Dette.
The Who guitarist will be recognized for his ongoing support of the MusiCares organization.
The "Fare Thee Well" shows set for July 3-5.
The National Blues Museum in St. Louis got some six-figure support from the rocker.
The band has added 21 more shows to their farewell tour.
The upcoming documentary "Montage of Heck" includes unreleased tracks and rare footage of the late Nirvana frontman.
Their "Greatest Hits Vol. 1" will be released at the end of July.
The rocker has teamed up with Overstock.com for a line of products he personally selected.
The Hole star broke down in tears at an event promoting a new documentary about her late husband Kurt Cobain.
The ex-drummer pleaded guilty to threatening to kill and drug possession in a New Zealand court.
The lead guitarist is devastated after losing a phone containing more than 200 album ideas.
Band leader Dave Mustaine is ready to start work on the group's 15th studio album - and he has launched a crowdfunding campaign to get it underway.
The band has had the longest span between number-one songs.
The former Black Sabbath drummer fired back at allegations he was not fit enough to take part in the group's reunion projects.
The Rock Hall welcomed its newest class with memorable performances and rare moments.
The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame welcomed its 30th class of inductees in style.
Gene Simmons, Paul Stanley, Eric Singer and Tommy Thayer have voiced themselves in the animated project.