Steven Tyler Going Solo?- The Cars Hitting The Road- Courtney Love Vs Kelly Osbourne- LCD Arcade Fire- Bad Brains- P.O.D Want To Get Paid- Deftones- more

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Classic Rock reports that to appears that Steven Tyler is working on a solo project. This came to light when his daughter, actress Liv Tyler, let it slip when interviewed on US TV chat show Jimmy Kimmel Live. While her comments could be interpreted that way, they could also deal with Aerosmith. Read them and judge for yourself here.

The Cars have announced ten dates for May, in support of the band's upcoming reunion record Move Like This. more

P.O.D. (Payable On Death) has filed a lawsuit against their record label, INO Records, claiming that the company breached its contract by refusing to pay the band an advance for its next album. more

Ben Weasel has confirmed the cancellation of May’s WeaselFest in Chicago, following events at South by South West which saw the other members of Screeching Weasel quit the band. more

LCD Soundsystem were joined onstage by members of Arcade Fire during their final ever gig Saturday night (April 2). You can watch footage of the entire gig here

Bad Brains are re-releasing their 1980 debut Pay To Cum 7″ for Record Store Day, which is Saturday, April 16. more

Jam! had this: Courtney Love has launched another online war of words and this time her target is Kelly Osbourne. The rocker has taken exception to Osbourne calling her a 'crackhead' on TV show Fashion Police - and on Friday, April 1, 2011, she hit website VYou.com to respond. more

Murderdolls frontman Wednesday 13 is auctioning five custom canvas prints to raise money for Save The Children’s work in Japan, following the nation’s devastating earthquake and tsunami. more

Former Megadeth bassist James LoMenzo has replaced Rudy Sarzo in the Dio Disciples, the band fronted by Tim Ripper Owens and Toby Jepson, and featuring former members of Dio. more

Deftones have announced a number of new European tour dates and festivals for this summer. more

Rolling Stone readers have named The Who‘s John Entwistle the best bassist of all time in a public poll. He tops the list ahead of Flea, Paul McCartney and Geddy Lee more

Robbie Robertson, who has performed only one concert in the last 35 years, has no intentions of taking to concert stages after making his first television performance in more than a decade on April 5 and 6. "I made a movie saying I'm gonna put the road behind me," he tells Billboard.com, referring to "The Last Waltz," a chronicle of the Band's final concert more

Former Chimaira guitarist Jason Hager says he’s now retired from music: “I’ve wanted to become a tattoo artist since I was 13 and I finally got the opportunity to pursue it." more

Aiden will headline a spring tour of the U.S. with support from Eyes Set To Kill, Dr. Acula, Vampires Everywhere!, and Get Scared. more

Former Anthrax singer Dan Nelson, who was in the band for nearly two years — from late 2007 until July 2009 — believes that the group's fans "deserve" to hear the unreleased album Anthrax recorded with him on vocals. more

Origin has revealed that the name of their forthcoming new studio album will be, 'Entity.' They have furthermore revealed that the record will hit the shelves on June 10th through Nuclear Blast Records. more

An astonishing find deep in the Amazon Rainforest might have us all rethinking how old heavy metal really is. A team of explorers from Ecuador have come across a hidden tribe in the area, who call themselves the Metaaal. more

Russian Circles return to the studio to begin recording material for a fourth album. Brandon Curtis of The Secret Machines and Interpol, who produced the band's previous album Geneva, is producing and mixing the new collection of songs at Phantom Manor in Chicago. more

This Is Hell has written the music for seven new tracks, with plans to write three more. The group currently hopes to record a new album (their fourth) late this year more

On this day in 1968, after hearing the news of Martin Luther King's assassination, Jimi Hendrix, B.B. King, Buddy Guy, Joni Mitchell, Al Kooper and Ted Nugent congregated for an all night blues, folk and rock session at The New Generation Club in New York.

On this day in 2008, at London's Court of Appeal, Procol Harum singer/pianist Gary Brooker won a royalty battle over the band's worldwide hit, "A Whiter Shade of Pale," brought by original organist Matthew Fisher. The decision overturned a 2006 ruling that Fisher was entitled to a 40% portion of royalties after he argued he had written the song's organ melody. The court ruled there was an "excessive delay" in the claim being made – the claim was made nearly 40 years after the song was recorded. Find out what else happened on this date in music history here

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