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Corabi, who briefly replaced Vince Neil in the band in the '90s, hopes to start a new act with Mars.
Kurt Cobain's widow has launched a search for the anonymous YouTube user who posted an alleged fake song online.
The director of the now defunct Allman Brothers biopic will spend two years in prison.
The director of a movie about Gregg Allman has pleaded guilty in a train crash that killed a camera assistant and injured six others.
Jeff Ament is giving skaters in his home state of Montana a boost.
In January, an acetate of Elvis Presley's first record sold for a whopping $300,000 to a mystery bidder.
Rick Nielsen is clearing out his studio by auctioning off guitars and other music equipment online.
The Crosby, Stills & Nash star has nothing nice to say about the outspoken rapper.
The surviving members will perform a concert billed as "Dear Jerry: Celebrating The Music Of Jerry Garcia."
The music icon has recruited Al Jardine and Blondie Chaplin and to join him on his upcoming U.S. tour.
The rockers are not amused by a granola company's clever name for its breakfast food.
Iron Maiden's manager Rod Smallwood updated fans on the singer's progress.
The Nirvana frontman lived in the home up until he was nine, when his parents separated, and then again from age 16 to 20.
The National Transportation Safety Board could take another look at the 1959 plane crash that killed Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens and The Big Bopper.
The show is reportedly set to premiere on E! network in June.
The Pretenders star is hoping her life story will make people dance and maybe reach for a guitar.
Metallica are feeling retro - so retro, their next release will be on cassette.
The legendary jazz and blues singer will be inducted into the Apollo Walk of Fame on April 6.
The Metallica rocker celebrated his upcoming wedding with Bradley Cooper, Sir Ian McKellen, and his bandmates.
The band's 12th studio album, "The Purple Album," will be Coverdale and company's first with new guitarist Joel Hoekstra.