- It's Lady Gaga, Tony Bennett & a Flute Solo on 'Nature Boy': Listen Bennett and Gaga give the song their own spin on the track, released today (Sept. 16) to YouTube.
- Stream Slash's New Album 'World on Fire' Hard rock aficionados hungry for heavy riffs and screaming guitar solos will get plenty of both in the form of 'World on Fire,' the third solo album from the former Guns N' Roses guitarist.
- New Doors Doc Due November 11th In the Summer of '68, they were on tour, riding high. Their music had not only broken through on Top 40 radio, their music was critical to the groundswell of "Underground FM". The radio that, fittingly, "broke the rules". Fittingly, because...
- Silent Dance Craze Hits New York! If your neighbors complain your parties are too loud - check out this new dance craze!
- Bruce And The Big Man Go Reggae Summer of '87. Summer on the Jersey Shore. And a Jersey Boy's been workin' hard, he's on a break, layin' low and hangin' with his buds. And naturally, if you're Bruce Springsteen, that means you and the Big Man-Clarence Clemons, are gonna go...
- Watch Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers Jam with Steve Winwood They performed "Gimme Some Lovin'" and "Can't Find My Way Back Home."
- Phil Collins to Play First Show in 4 Years Phil Collins fans are in luck: the singer just announced his first show in four years.
- Gene Simmons: Ray Rice Should Go to Jail and Become 'Somebody's Girlfriend' Venerable haver of opinions Gene Simmons thinks Ray Rice should get some time in prison
- George Harrison Tributes Lined Up Around Reissue of Solo Albums Norah Jones has her own Harrison connection: she is the daughter of Harrison friend and classical sitar legend Ravi Shankar.
- Barbra Streisand Duets with Jimmy Fallon, Critiques His Singing on 'Tonight Show' Barbra Streisand returns to late night after 50 years to duet with Jimmy Fallon and to make jokes at his expense.
- ELO Performs First Concert in 28 Years, Hints at Future Activity Jeff Lynne rolled through some of the legendary band's most famous hits, including "Mr. Blue Sky" and "Turn to Stone."
- Queen's "Bohemian Rhapsody" Who Sings It Better? Music tends to cycle. Queen's had a resurgence of popularity in the 90s thanks to Wayne and Garth lip syncing to "Bohemian Rhapsody" in Wayne's World. It's been over 20 years since we lost Freddie Mercury, but the music of Queen continues to...