Bands you didn't know still rocked

Published 10:07 PM ET, Tue January 28, 2014
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It's been more than three decades, but Motley Crue will rock no more. The group has announced that they are breaking up and will be heading out on their final tour. What? You didn't know they were still together? Well, here are some other bands you may have forgotten were still together: David Wolff-Patrick/Redferns/Getty Images
REO Speedwagon still "Can't Fight This Feeling." The band, fronted by vocalist Kevin Cronin, had a successful Midwest Rock N' Roll Express tour in 2013. Dan Harr/Invision/AP Images
The Who may not be as high profile with their longevity as the Rolling Stones, but this British band has been around since 1964. They've quit touring before but seem to keep coming back, most recently announcing plans for a "final" tour in 2015. David Wolff-Patrick/Redferns/Getty Images
While you wait for that ABBA reunion, Swedish pop group Ace of Base is still around. The three Berggren siblings and Ulf "Buddha" Ekberg are now down to one sibling and Ekberg, plus singer Clara Hagman. Mauricio Santana/LatinContent/Getty Images
Devo has been "whipping it good" since 1978. Not only do they still jam, but they have also expanded their brand into a planned musical and film. Tim Mosenfelder/Getty Images
'80s supergroup Asia had one of their biggest hits, "Heat of the Moment," in 1982 but that hasn't stopped them for continuing to rock out. Guitarist Steve Howe retired in 2013. Cal Sport Media/AP
Iron Maiden hasn't let age stop them. While the heavy metal band saw their most success in the early '80s, they announced a two-year "Maiden England World Tour" in 2012. FRANCESCO DEGASPERI/AFP/Getty Images
In 2013, The Eagles released a documentary, "History of the Eagles," and went on tour. Fans have been digging them since their debut album in 1972. Rick Diamond/Getty Images
Canadian rock group Loverboy still jams "Working for the Weekend," and fans can't seem to get enough. Larry Marano/Getty Images
Yes, The Fixx is definitely in. The New Wave band was formed in London in the 1970s and is still making music. "One Thing Leads to Another" still gets the crowds moving. Linda D. Epstein/MCT/Getty Images
When it comes to the music industry, ZZ Top has got legs. The bearded trio has been on the scene since 1969. FRANCOIS NASCIMBENI/AFP/Getty Images
Los del Rio has been together since 1962, but the duo didn't find success until 1996 with "Macarena." They are still caliente. Eric Thayer/Reuters/Landov
Brothers Angus and Malcolm Young probably didn't expect to still be rocking out when they formed AC/DC in 1973, but they still go at it hard. The band released a live album in 2012. Martin Philbey/Redferns/Getty Images