Music » Page 2
Mos Def and Samuel L. Jackson have emerged as frontrunners to play the late soul singer.
The Queen star has credited the new frontman with reinvigorating himself and Roger Taylor on tour.
Today marks the 45th anniversary of the start of the most iconic music festival in American history.
The producers of the stalled Allman Brothers biopic have been cited for a "serious safety violation" relating to the death of camera assistant.
Jermaine Jackson is not a fan of his late brother's 'new' album because it doesn't sound like the "Thriller" hitmaker singing the songs.
The alien superheroes' throwback, '70s-style soundtrack climbed to the top spot on the weekly album chart.
In a bow to historical symmetry, Candlestick Park will host Paul McCartney, the final act in the iconic stadium's history.
The rocker says he doesn't plan to be touring for much longer.
Officials are considering posting a crossing guard at the iconic intersection.
The singer is joining the cast of the hit FX show.
The "Dream Weaver" hitmaker will publish "Dream Weaver: Music, Meditation, and My Friendship with George Harrison" in October.
Southern rockers Lynyrd Skynyrd are gathering a group of famous friends for a tribute show in Georgia in November.
The former Beatle wrote the score for the video game "Destiny," scheduled to be released next month.
The former KISS guitarist will sit in with Jimmy Fallon's house band tonight.
The photographs are part of a series of recently discovered snaps of the band at the beginning of their career.
The KISS rockers want the former player to tackle arena football.
Punk-pop veterans Devo have launched a crowd-funding initiative to help them release a new live album.
Classic rocker Billy Gibbons is branching out into the world of electronic dance music and working with the French DJ and producer.
The pop star says her late ex-husband is messing with her because "that is what he would do."
The braids Willie Nelson cut off in 1983 as a show of support while Waylon Jennings pursued sobriety will be auctioned.