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WATCH: Beyoncé and Pearl Jam’s Eddie Vedder cover Bob Marley

You've never heard "Redemption Song" like this before.


AC/DC launching their own beer brand

The lager will launch to coincide with the "Highway to Hell" hitmakers' world tour, which hits the road in November.


Jeff Lynne announces Christmas treat for ELO fans

The rocker has given fans of his Electric Light Orchestra a reason to celebrate after revealing he has completed work on a new studio album.


Rod Stewart wants a Jeff Beck reunion

The "Maggie May" hitmaker wants to reform The Jeff Beck Group for a double-bill concert featuring his other band, Faces.

FILE - In this May 11, 2013 file photo, Aretha Franklin performs during McDonald's Gospelfest 2013 at the Prudential Center in Newark, N.J.Franklin won’t say what has caused her latest health problems, but says she’s had a “miraculous” recovery and is looking forward to performing soon.In a phone interview on Tuesday, Aug. 20, Franklin said that she recently had a cat scan and that it showed she was 85 percent improved. The 71-year-old has canceled several concerts and public appearances and blamed it on unspecified treatment.

Aretha Franklin has a present for the Pope

Franklin will sing "Amazing Grace" and another song for Pope Francis during the Festival of Families concert in Philadelphia on Saturday.


Don Henley talks duets with Dolly, Miranda

The Eagles' Don Henley cast all-star guest vocals for his new country album, "Cass County," including Dolly Parton, Miranda Lambert, and Mick Jagger.


Don Henley doesn’t like ‘Desperado’

The Eagles star admits he is not happy his vocals on the hit song.


John Lennon was quite the ‘impertinent’ student

Records from John Lennon's school days suggest there may be more than a grain of autobiographical truth in "Getting Better," the Beatles song that includes the line "I used to get mad at my school, the teachers that taught me weren't cool."


Lionel Richie is heading to Vegas

The hitmaker is ready to go "all night long" in Las Vegas, launching a residency at Planet Hollywood Resort and Casino.


Nirvana song named ‘most iconic’ of all time

"Smells Like Teen Spirit," which catapulted the band to international fame, beat other hits like John Lennon's "Imagine," and Michael Jackson's "Thriller."

FILE- In this 1970 file photo, Jimi Hendrix performs on the Isle of Wight in England. "People, Hell & Angels," out Tuesday, will be the last album of Hendrix's unreleased studio material, according to Eddie Kramer, the engineer who recorded most of Hendrix's music during his brief but spectacular career. That ends a four-decade run of posthumous releases by an artist whose legacy remains as vital and vibrant now as it was at the time of his death.

Strange but true: Hendrix’s hair up for auction

The hair, which is still in "vintage very good condition," is expected to fetch at least $60,000.


Boston frontman’s lawsuit against former guitarist dismissed

Boston star Tom Scholz's trademark infringement lawsuit against the band's former guitarist Barry Goudreau has been dismissed by a Massachusetts judge.


Dave Grohl says Emmy organizers canceled Foo Fighters performance

The singer was due to attend the awards to compete for two prizes for the group's documentary series "Sonic Highways," but skipped the show and went straight to the afterparty.


WATCH: David Gilmour discusses new solo album, Pink Floyd

In his first in-depth interview for U.S. television, the former Pink Floyd guitarist opens up about his first album in nearly a decade.


Roger Daltrey’s health brings The Who tour to a halt

The singer has forced The Who to make a pit stop — before its road tour begins.


The Rolling Stones are ready to record

The Rolling Stones plan to record a new album next year, the band's 25th U.S. studio set and its first in more than a decade, lead guitarist Keith Richards says.


Lionel Richie to launch Las Vegas residency next year

The singer announced that he will launch a residency called "Lionel Richie — All the Hits" on April 27 at The AXIS at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino.


Keith Richards’ drug-fueled Bentley sells for $1.2M

The Rolling Stones wildman bought the car in 1965 as the band's career took off, and says it carried him on "many an acid-fueled journey."


Janis Joplin’s psychedelic Porsche to hit the auction block

Janis Joplin may have famously pleaded for a Mercedes-Benz in her 1970 a cappella song but her car of choice was a psychedelic Porsche that now is going to be sold at auction.


Aretha Franklin to welcome the Pope to America

The soul singer will be among those performing during the visit of Pope Francis to Philadelphia later this month.


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Gov’t health insurance website getting upgrades


Consumers shopping on the government's health insurance website should find it easier to get their questions answered this year.

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Vin Diesel fuels rumors F. Gary Gray is directing ‘Furious 8’


The "Straight Outta Compton" moviemaker has emerged as a frontrunner to take over the blockbuster franchise.

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Volkswagen recall to start in January


The German carmaker plans to begin recalling cars affected by its diesel emissions crisis in January and complete the fix by the end of next year.

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McCarthy seeks to convince conservatives he’s not like Boehner


U.S. House of Representatives Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy sought to convince conservative lawmakers on Tuesday that he will be different from retiring Speaker John Boehner if McCarthy is elected as Boehner's successor this month.

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Forecast calls for lower heating bills this winter


Heating bills should drop this winter for most U.S. households, thanks to a combination of lower energy prices and warmer weather across most of the country.