- Roger Waters Needs to Remind You He's Not on Pink Floyd's New Album "This is not rocket science people, get a grip."
- Stream Stevie Nicks' New Album '24 Karat Gold: Songs From the Vault' The album, which follows up Nicks' 2011 album In Your Dreams, was co-produced by Dave Stewart and Wendy Watchel.
- Stevie Wonder Will Serve As Grand Marshal For 2014 Hollywood Christmas Parade It may not even be Halloween yet, but that doesn't mean we can't start looking forward to the Christmas season! And nothing kicks off the season quite like the annual Hollywood Christmas Parade, and this year aims to be more star-studded than...
- Prepare Your iCloud: U2's Next Album is Already 70 Percent Complete Will it be as self-proclaimed "punk rock" as the iCloud method? Only time will tell.
- Jimmy Page Conditionally Ponders 2015 Solo Tour Jimmy Page appears to have been doing some thinking about what is, and what will never be.
- Queen Releases Stripped-Down Version of Freddie Mercury's 'Love Kills': Listen Originally released in 1984 as a Giorgio Moroder-produced synth-pop solo single from Freddie Mercury, this version is closer to the classic Queen sound.
- U2 Become Eligible for 2015 GRAMMYs by Releasing Limited-Edition 'Songs of Innocence' Vinyl The vinyl creeps in just in time for the GRAMMY deadline of Sept. 30.
- Annie Lennox Talks Feminism, Calls Beyonce 'Feminist Lite' Longtime feminist and HIV/AIDS activist Annie Lennox is watching the evolution of feminism, from one generation to the next, and does not like all the things she is seeing.
- Watch the Video for Paul McCartney & Wings' 'Call Me Back Again' The reissues were originally slated for release last week. The new date is Nov. 4.
- Live Review: Neil Diamond Goes Back to High School In Brooklyn Neil Diamond played some of his biggest hits, and some new songs, in the auditorium of Erasmus High School in Brooklyn, the high school he attended in the '50s.
- Former KISS Songwriter Stephen Coronel Arrested for Child Pornography Coronel was a member of Wicked Lester, the pre-KISS band featuring Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley, as well as a co-writer on songs from KISS' early catalog.
- Brian Wilson, Conan, Weird Al & More Honor George Harrison At Star-Studded 'George Fest' Benefit Over 40 years later, people are still singing his songs, and to honor his incredible contribution to the music world, the works of the late George Harrison were honored in a one-night only event titled George Fest: A Night To Celebrate The Music Of...
- Hear Aretha Franklin's Powerful Cover of Adele's 'Rolling in the Deep' The long-awaited Aretha Franklin project Aretha Franklin Takes On The Great Diva Classics will hit stores next month.
- Prince Announces Album Release Livestream Party The event kicks off at 10:30 p.m. ET on the Live Nation Channel on Yahoo.
- Hear Alternate Mix of Led Zeppelin's 'Rain Song' This mix, officially called "The Rain Song (Mix Minus Piano)," almost sounds like a different song without its signature piano. Or, at least a much sadder one.
- Live: Robert Plant Brings His 'Lullaby' And 'Roar' to Brooklyn Plant and the Sensational Space Shifters do today what Plant did with Led Zeppelin in the '60s and '70s: combine different forms of music in powerful new ways.
- R.E.M. Announces 'REMTV,' a Career-Chronicling Six-DVD Box Set The trove of archival footage includes the band's 1998 appearance on VH1's 'Storytellers,' both MTV 'Unplugged' performances and 99(!) live songs shot between 1995-2008.
- Radio.com Minimation: Cheap Trick on Getting Cut from John Lennon's 'Double Fantasy' Like most bands of their generation, the guys from Cheap Trick were huge Beatles fans. So it must have been a thrill when guitarist Rick Nielsen and drummer Bun E. Carlos were invited to play on a John Lennon album.