Soundgarden have come to the “conclusion” that they will never tour again without late frontman Chris Cornell.
Poison are set to announce their 2020 tour dates in the coming weeks, frontman Bret Michaels has confirmed.
Blossoms have revealed they are planning to return to the studio to work on their next record before the next one, ‘Foolish Loving Spaces’, is released.
Liam Gallagher dusted off Oasis tracks ‘Gas Panic!’ and ‘Acquiesce’, playing both for the first time as a solo artist at his Cardiff gig on Monday night (11.11.19).
The Who’s Pete Townshend says the only reason he’s still performing with bandmate Roger Daltrey is because they have grown “care deeply” about one another.
Former Arctic Monkeys bassist Andy Nicholson was suicidal following his “soul-destroying” departure from the band in 2006.
Robbie Williams has announced a second residency in Las Vegas for 2020.
Blur guitarist Graham Coxon has teased that there could be new music from the Britpop band telling fans to “stick around” to see what’s coming.
Sir Paul McCartney is incredibly “competitive” and has always wanted to succeed, even before he joined The Beatles.
KISS have made the tough decision to cancel their Australian tour after Paul Stanley fell ill with influenza.
Pet Shop Boys have announced their 14th studio album ‘Hotspot’ will be released on January 24, 2020.
Glastonbury boss Emily Eavis says they are planning to make the festival’s line-up as gender-balanced as possible.