Thin Lizzy Raids Vaults For ‘Dangerous’ Live Album

Irish hard rock band Thin Lizzy returns with "Still Dangerous: Live at the Tower Theater Philadelphia 1977," a long-lost classic concert recording, on March 3.

Taylor Swift Remains Atop Billboard 200

Taylor Swift's "Fearless" sells 62,000 and claims a 10th non-consecutive week atop The Billboard 200 despite a 32% drop in sales from last week.

Barenaked Ladies Singer Quits Band After Drug Bust

Barenaked Ladies lead singer Steven Page, who was arrested for cocaine possession last July, is leaving the Canadian rock band to begin a solo career.

Barenaked Singer Quits Band After Drug Bust

Barenaked Ladies lead singer Steven Page, who was arrested for cocaine possession last July, is leaving the Canadian rock band to begin a solo career.

Barenaked Ladies Plan Album, Call Split With Singer ‘Positive’

Calling Barenaked Ladies' split with Steven Page "a really positive thing for all of us," co-founder Ed Robertson says the group is energized and looking forward to its "new era."

No Doubt Announces Summer Tour Dates

Grammy-winning alt-pop band No Doubt have announced dates for their 45-city summer tour, beginning May 3 at the Bamboozle Festival in East Rutherford, NJ and running through August 1 in Irvine, Calif.

Update: Pylon Guitarist Randy Bewley Dies After Heart Attack

Randall Bewley, guitarist and founding member of new wave band Pylon, died Wednesday (Feb. 25) afternoon after a heart attack on Monday in his hometown of Athens, Georgia, according to a report by The Athens Banner-Herald. Bewley was driving on Monday (Feb. 23) when his van drifted off the road and tipped over, according to an email circulated by bandmate Vanessa Hay.

Pylon Guitarist Randy Bewley Suffers Heart Attack

Randall Bewley, guitarist and founding member of new wave band Pylon suffered a heart attack in his hometown of Athens, Georgia and remains in intensive care.

Motley Crue Puts Crue Fest 2 On The Road

Mötley Crüe will reprise their multi-act hard rock tour this summer with Crüe Fest 2: The White Trash Circus.

Faith No More Reunites, European Dates Planned

Faith No More has announced its first live performances since splitting up in 1998.  The band will play a series of European festival dates this summer.

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