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The Black Sabbath rocker was impressed by the Louisville Leopard's all percussion version of 'Crazy Train.'
The "Rock is Dead" hitmaker is smitten with one of the world's biggest pop stars.
The Foo Fighters frontman was interviewed for the upcoming documentary but it wasn't included in the final cut.
The rocker is shooting a show in which he travels to famous friends' hometowns and performs with them.
The book is the latest study of the guitarist's swimming pool demise in 1969, which has thrilled conspiracy theorists for decades.
The band has revealed the singer departed following the 2014 GWAR Eternal Tour, and will no longer perform with the group.
The band hopes to help veterans re-appropriate their skills to American society.
The band is moving into the fashion industry by launching their own collection of guitar pick pendants.
A new study shows there have been three major movements in American music since 1964.
Festival organizers announced the news following months of speculation over which act would join Kanye West and Foo Fighters as headliners.
The rocker says once the band calls it quits you won't hear him perform any of their hits.
Roger Daltrey's doctors have told him he needs to postpone upcoming shows to rest his vocal chords.
The former drummer - left out of the band's 2015 tour - has broken his silence for the first since being convicted of drug and threat charges.
The Guns N' Roses rocker gets high praise.
Pearl Jam's manager has snubbed a campaign for the band to headline a grand opening, insisting crowdfunded gigs are "unlikely to happen".
The two groups got top honors for their songwriting achievements at the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP) Pop Music Awards.
The new holiday will celebrate artists, industry leaders, and the teams who produce live music experiences for fans.
The rocker laughs off rumors of a split.
The tracks will be released on the same day as his new book, "How to Be a Man."
The rocker has ruled out an "MTV Unplugged" session with The Who.