The four surviving members of the band ended their 50-year-run this weekend.
The Foo Fighters frontman returned to the stage in epic style.
The "Piano Man" is a married man.
East met West as the Jersey Shore musician jammed with California legend Brian Wilson.
The "Never Too Much" star suffered a fatal heart attack on July 1, 2005 and on Wednesday, the 10th anniversary of his passing, it was announced his estate executors had signed off on a new tribute show led by Vandross' longtime collaborator, Marcus Miller.
After the death of lead guitarist Jerry Garcia in 1995, the surviving four members say they will end The Grateful Dead's 50-year run this weekend.
The "Piano Man" is celebrating his 65th.
The troubled drummer will remain in an Oregon jail.
The veteran band will display dozens of items from their past, including instruments, personal diaries, and audio and video tracks for the special project, titled "Exhibitionism."
The rockers' notoriously fiery friendship has never been better.
The rocker also faces charges including assault and menacing and is being held without bail in an Oregon jail.
For $750 you can own a piece of the "Jessie's Girl" hitmaker.
It'll take more than a broken leg to stop Dave Grohl.
The four surviving members of the band, with a little help from their friends, launch what they say will be their final tour.
The rockers brought the "Thinking Out Loud" hitmaker onstage during their Kansas City show.
The singer was hospitalized in March, but few details were released until now.
The 56-year-old guitarist was diagnosed with prostate cancer the disease in February.
Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend say the current tour will be their last because they feel too old to carry on.
The bassist was the only YES founder who featured in every incarnation of the band, which formed in 1968.
Check in on Prince, Paris, and Blanket, six years after the King of Pop's tragic death.