Joey Kramer’s efforts to rejoin Aerosmith for their MusiCares and Grammy performances have been rebuffed.
Following his recent ban from GN’R shows, Rick Dunsford has been issued a cease-and-desist letter.
A dispute has arisen over who has the rights to music that was recorded shortly before Chris Cornell’s death.
Derick Almena and Max Harris both faced manslaughter charges in the deadly 2016 blaze in Oakland.
Trademark infringement case stems from ads for the Riley Rose makeup line.
The president used “Crazy Train” in a tweet making fun of the Democratic debate.
The Philadelphia rapper is hoping to have a 2008 conviction vacated.
After years of dispute, two bands will play under the Cro-Mags name.
Jamal Knox, aka Mayhem Mal, was convicted on “terroristic threats” over his song “F*ck the Police”.
The full 15-page lawsuit filed by the band’s now former percussionist details the reasons for his legal action.
The apparent legal action comes during a busy time for the veteran metal act.
The singer has asked a judge to place an injunction to prevent her father from using the “Fenty” name.