Today Mick Fleetwood describes his old X-rated stage props, Roger Daltry uses his powers for good and not evil, and the Sonisphere festival is over before it even begins.

Plus, Stevie Nicks stops by ‘American Idol,’ Bruce Springsteen becomes a human beer-funnel, and Rush preps for the release of a new single.

Today’s Stories from Ultimate Classic Rock:

Van Halen’s 50 Greatest Songs Ranked by Guitar World

Paul Stanley on Rock Hall of Fame: ‘I Don’t Know Who is Doing the Voting’

The Who’s Roger Daltrey Gets a Helping Hand From Ron Wood, Steve Winwood at London Charity Gig

ZZ Top Almost Finished With New Album

Springsteen Opens Up ‘Wrecking Ball’ Tour Setlists

Sonisphere 2012, Set to Feature Queen and Kiss, Cancelled

The Most Arresting Performance of Queen’s ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ You Will Ever See, From the Back of a Cop Car

Bruce Springsteen Joins Crowd and Chugs Beer During Philadelphia Concert

Mick Fleetwood Remembers Fleetwood Mac’s Unusual Early Taste in Stage Props

New Rush Single ‘Headlong Flight’ Expected in April

Aerosmith’s New Album Could Be Out in July

Slash Teams Up With Adam Levine For New Benefit Song and Video

Stevie Nicks Tells ‘Amercian Idol’ Singer He Could Have Been in Fleetwood Mac

Elise Testone Nails Led Zeppelin’s ‘Whole Lotta Love’ on ‘American Idol’

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