Morrissey Announces North American Tour DatesMorrissey has announced a run of tour dates for the fall. The trek includes two previously-scheduled Hollywood Bowl shows with Billy Idol.
Pete Townshend & Billy Idol Announce Brief 'Classic Quadrophenia' Tour"Melding the contrasting sounds of Quadrophenia with a symphony has been a really unique and powerful way to reach a wide audience.
This Week In History: Bowie Boo'd, Marvin Gaye Sr Sentenced, Billy Idol's Dead Fish, Britney Knocks a Few Back, & Elvis 'Leaves the Building'This week, let's all settle around the fire as we look back on David Bowie getting BOO'D on Halloween; the greatest phrase in all of Rock & Roll is born; Marvin Gaye's father is sentenced; Billy Idol gets a little fishy; and Britney Spears knocks a few back!
Billy Idol Announces Las Vegas Residency"Watch out, Vegas! We are planning a beast of a show that will rock and surprise my fans.”
Billy Idol to Join Duff McKagan, Kesha for Cancer BenefitDave Navarro of Jane's Addiction and Juliette Lewis will also be there.
Minimation: John Oates on the Bonnaroo 2013 SuperjamJohn Oates and Jim James assembled a Bonnaroo Superjam for the ages.
Bruce Springsteen, Joan Jett, Roger Daltrey Pay Tribute to Pete Townshend at MusiCares Event"I wouldn't be windmilling a Fender Telecaster if it weren't for Pete Townshend." - Bruce Springsteen
Stream 'Kings & Queens of the Underground,' the New Album from Billy IdolBilly Idol's first album in eight years is now available for streaming.
Billy Idol Debuts New Single 'Can't Break Me Down': ListenThe album will mark Idol's first full-length since Happy Holidays in 2006.
Billy Idol Announces First New Album in Nearly a DecadeWith a rebel yell, Billy Idol announced he will release a new album in late in summer of 2014.
Billy Idol to Release Self-Penned Memoir This FallBilly Idol is ready to give you more, more, more when he releases his memoir Dancing With Myself on Oct. 7.
Not Fade Away: Billy Idol’s ‘Rebel Yell,’ 30 Years After MTV Brought It to the MassesFor a full year, Idol was omnipresent on the still-young television network. The heavy rotation of his videos helped fuel the success of 'Rebel Yell,' his 1983 album that spent 70 weeks on the Billboard chart, peaking at No. 6 and selling more than two million copies in the U.S. alone.