Tom Petty "Won't Back Down" over the similarities between his 1989 hit and the Grammy-nominated "Stay With Me."
The veteran rocker has struck a deal with bosses of the American Association of Retired Persons (AARP) to send out copies of his latest record.
If the Grateful Dead are going to play their last shows ever, fans want the chance to camp out for the last time.
"Kurt Cobain: Montage of Heck," was produced by his 22-year-old daughter, Frances.
The rocker is launching his own range of guitars and amps.
The Great Gibson Grab will raise money for the Wounded Warrior Project.
The producer who masterminded Janis Joplin, Alicia Keys, Whitney Houston, and Aretha Franklin's careers will be honored by the Ivy League institution.
The team has adopted the band's hit "Seek and Destroy" as their unofficial theme.
The "Girls, Girls, Girls" hitmakers will officially hang it up later this year.
The band will reissue its sixth studio album next month, complete with unreleased versions of hit songs.
The man who directed the "Jackass" movies is now taking on another group of notorious misbehavers.
The surviving members will play three concerts that they say will their last.
The soul legend will write the score for a musical, and TV mini-series, titled "Freedom Run."
The album will be Latin-inspired covers of some of the King of Pop's biggest hits.
The southern rock band has split up after more two decades, lead guitarist and co-founder Rich Robinson said.
Fans of the Faces have been given a boost as they dream of a reunion.
With average secondary ticket prices of over $305 the band top's the list of in-demand stars.
There is no knocking Swift from her perch at the top of the weekly U.S. Billboard 200 chart.
Etsy and eBay have pulled T-shirts printed with Kurt Cobain's suicide note after a campaign by outraged Nirvana fans.
The Grammys are planning a two-hour TV special honoring the career of Stevie Wonder.