Tours & Festivals
Now Playing: your favorite albums, live on stage
Increasingly, classic rock artists are performing entire albums in their live concert performances.
10 Summer Music Festivals Featuring Classic Rockers
Guide to spring-summer-fall outdoor music festivals with emphasis on those featuring classic rock artists
Black Sabbath's rocky reunion
Almost from the moment it was announced in late 2011, a planned reunion of the original lineup of Black Sabbath has been troubled.
2012 Music Festival Preview
A look ahead to outdoor music festivals featuring classic rock artists in 2012
2011 Festival Guide
Beginning in the late '60s and early '70s (Woodstock, Monterey, Altamont, Isle of Wight) warm weather outdoor rock festivals have been crowd magnets. Although a few are struggling, a number of major festivals are parlaying A-list classic rock acts into big ticket sales. Beginning in March and continuing through September, there is ample...
Woodstock Then and Now
Photos of artists who performed at the 1969 Woodstock festival and again at 40th anniversary concerts at the original festival site in 2009.
The Legacy of Woodstock
A look at the legacy of the 1969 Woodstock festival and why its 40th anniversary is significant.
'Woodstock 40 Years On: Back To Yasgur's Farm'
Preview of 'Woodstock 40 Years On: Back to Yasgur's Farm' box set of Woodstock performances.
Main Events: Woodstock Weekend
Events at the original Woodstock 1969 site celebrating the festival's 40th anniversary.
The history of Woodstock is the history of the turbulent '60s in microcosm. It was all there in a muddy pasture on an upstate New York dairy farm: the Viet Nam war, the distrust of government, the culture of sex, drugs, and rock music. Our Woodstock 101 encompasses the event, the music, and the people of the 1969 Woodstock festival.
'Woodstock 40 Years On'
Photos from the box set Woodstock 40 Years On of performances at the 1969 Woodstock festival.
Photos of the Glastonbury festival 2009 featuring Neil Young
2009 Festival Forecast: Hot!
Just last summer, with attendance down and A-list acts scarce, some people were sounding the death knell for outdoor music festivals. Not so fast, you doomsayers. The majors are weighing in with some heavyweight classic rock acts in a bid to show that on the 40th anniversary of Woodstock, open air rock is alive and well.