When rock stars unite! Watch Dave Grohl hang out with Mick, Keith, Ronny and Charlie onstage in the US.
He's already performed with Paul McCartney, next Dave Grohl will be sharing a stage with The Rolling Stones.
Foo Fighters are aren't fortunate sons, Nine Inch Nails reunion tour hits a snag, Diddy joins the cast of 'Downton Abbey' and Cedric from At The Drive-In has a new easy listening band.
Kanye releases polarising new material, Kings of Leon sound the same as always, the best supergroup that ever was never existed, and Katy Perry is a burden to the Rolling Stones.
.Gwen Stefani is embarrassing, Tom Waits is not. Nine Inch Nails are extremely violent and sexual. Garage rock is free. All is right with the world.
A Dave Grohl troll, Bruce and Barnsey as well; open wide, come inside it’s all just another week in music.
The Rolling Stones have lived up to their word with a big announcement. Sadly, it doesn’t include Australia.
Will we finally get what we want?
A member of The Rolling Stones is planning to tour Australia in 2013.
Mick Jagger proves his hips are still in working order in this (slightly) NSFW video for The Rolling Stones new video ‘Doom and Gloom.’
The summer touring schedule has already left your wallet in severe distress, but the tour announcements haven’t ended yet. Not by a long shot.
But according to Keith Richards: "Anything is possible with this band."
Ever wanted to hear a mash-up of ‘Brown Sugar’ and ‘Gimme Shelter’?
Iggy Pop and The Stooges have the best band rider, The Beatles re-release albums while The Rolling Stones re-release a movie, and Kanye West is sued again – all this, and more, in our weekend round-up of international music news.