Most of the country knows how to spell the word “respect” because of Aretha Franklin, but apparently President Obama isn’t one of them.
Although KISS have refused to perform at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony on April 10th in Brooklyn, New York, all 10,000 seats made available to the public sold out in minutes on Monday.
The Rolling Stones are still capable of breaking out a surprise performance here and there, and that’s exactly what they did Tuesday night at their second of three shows at the Tokyo Dome.
If you didn’t get to watch “The Academy Awards” last night, here it is in only two minutes.
The Doobie Brothers will take a second look at their classic hits — with the help of some of Nashville’s hottest stars.
NASCAR driver Jeff Gordon recently teamed up with Pepsi Max again to make another prank video.
The Rolling Stones have posted on their website a short video clip of their opening night performance Wednesday in Tokyo.
Santana and Rod Stewart, both of whom have residences in Las Vegas, as well as experiencing a resurgence in their careers after working with producer and record executive Clive Davis, are hitting the road together this spring and summer.
Baseball Hall of Famer Ozzie Smith is leading the charge of people who want to see opening day of the season declared a national holiday.
Rolling Stones: Still An Attraction