By waiting until January 1984 to release their '1984' LP, Van Halen broke an impressive one-album-a-year streak that dated back to 1978 -- but they made up for it by picking up their first No. 1 single in the U.S. with the record's lead-off single, 'Jump.'
Fleetwood Mac closed out 2013 with two shows at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas on Dec. 30 and Dec. 31. The concerts marked the first performances of the band since bassist John McVie was diagnosed with cancer, which canceled its fall tour of Australia.
Don Henley and Garth Brooks were among the artists who helped pay tribute to Billy Joel, who was one of five performers to receive the prestigious Kennedy Center Honor in 2013. The gala, which took place on Dec. 8, was televised on CBS last night.
Steve Winwood led a percussion-stuffed musical tribute to Carlos Santana, who was one of five performers to receive the prestigious Kennedy Center Honor in 2013. The gala, which took place on Dec. 8, was televised on CBS last night.
When you're having a bad day or just need a good laugh, watching others fail at their task may be something to bring a smile to your face. Our friends at FailArmy bring you the very best fails of 2013. This video is over half an hour long to grab your favorite drink, bring a snack, sit back and enjoy.
MTV may not play music videos anymore, but Fall Out Boy haven't forgotten about the art of adding a compelling visual component to a song. In fact, they've filmed a video for every track on their latest album, 'Save Rock and Roll' -- and the newest clip features a cameo from Tommy Lee as Satan.
Roman Atwood is up to his pranking for the sake of good again. This time, he and his buddy found some sleeping homeless people and left them a Christmas tree with presents to wake up to. Truly, a Christmas miracle when they open their eyes.
Nothing says "Merry Christmas" quite like Jewish rock stars singing a Bing Crosby tune on stage to a deafening arena audience -- or so the members of Kiss apparently thought when they performed the holiday classic on Dec. 19, 1987 in New Haven, Conn.
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