Phil Collins has ruled out a reunion of the classic Genesis line-up because he can never play the drums again.
Heavy metal rockers Slipknot took the lead on the weekly chart, a week ahead of Taylor Swift's projected year's biggest album opening.
A new museum in Texas will be named after Phil Collins to thank him for donating his multi-million dollar trove of artifacts.
The rocker confessed that he hates his band and isn't looking forward to his upcoming farewell tour.
The exhibit will showcase more than 80 artifacts, including Simon's first acoustic guitar, and handwritten lyrics for "The Boxer."
It may seem like a big price tag, but the real page-turner costs even more!
The Aerosmith frontman has signed up to take part in the 2014 CMA Country Christmas concert.
Nominees will be announced on Dec. 5, except those vying for the top award, album of the year.
Whitney Houston's longtime producer and mentor insists her ex-husband is not the one responsible for her death.
U2's controversial free album on Apple's iTunes had a less than stellar performance once released for commercial sale.
Strapped for cash the Aerosmith star sold his prized 1959 Les Paul guitar and it somehow ended up in Slash's hands.
Can your listening habits actually boost your brain power?
The rockers wrap up their week-long residency tonight and oh what a week it has been!
The U2 frontman has finally come clean on why he never removes his sunglasses in public.
During Pearl Jam's show on Thursday, Vedder dedicated their track "Light Years," a song about grief, to Isaiah Owens.
Other new debuts in the top 10 of the Billboard 200 chart, include alt-rockers Weezer and "X Factor" pop couple Alex & Sierra.
According to Anthrax guitarist Scott Ian, the legendary drummer almost got axed 30 years ago.
The musician says "sorry" for releasing an album through iTunes that automatically installed itself in millions of users' libraries.
A fan pops the question to Demi Lovato and you'll never guess how she replies!
The rocker said "CSNY will never tour again, ever."