- The Best and Worst Holiday Albums for 2014 Let us be your guide through the new class of Christmas jams, with our lists of the albums that are going into heavy rotation or the re-gifting pile.
- Did Apple Kill the iPod Classic Too Soon? And did they help to create an iPod black market by doing so?
- Bob Seger Talks Unreleased Songs, Vintage Cars and Stevie Ray Vaughan "I've got like 50, 60, 70 [unreleased] completed songs that I could think of right now, or that I've written down."
- U2 Release 'Films of Innocence' Visual Album Following the surprise release of their album Songs of Innocence, U2 have revealed they will release a full visual album to accompany it today.
- Bob Dylan Announces Frank Sinatra Covers Album 'Shadows in the Night' The record is due out Feb. 3.
- John Fogerty Responds to Creedence Clearwater Revival Lawsuit, Vows to Keep Playing 'All My Songs' "No lawyers, lawsuits, or angry ex-band members will stop me ever again from singing my songs."
- U2 Add More Dates to 2015 Tour Montreal, Chicago, Boston and New York each get a new pair of shows.
- Paul McCartney Inserted Into Video Game for 'Hope for the Future' Video: Watch Who's the last artist you'd expect to see inside a video game? Possibly McCartney.
- Billy Corgan Opens Pop-Up Tea Shop in Building From Led Zeppelin's 'Physical Graffiti' If you are a Smashing Pumpkins fan in New York City today (Dec. 8), you're in for a treat. Or, more specifically, a spot of tea.
- Mark Wahlberg Asks for Pardon After Assault Arrest When He Was 16 Mark Wahlberg is hoping to clear his name with a pardon from Massachusetts for his 1988 crimes.
- Phil Collins Cancels First Performance in Four Years Collins apologized to the crowd, saying, "Trust me, you wouldn’t enjoy it."
- Radio.com Minimation: John Lennon Reunites With Yoko Thanks to Elton John In this 1974 interview, John Lennon reveals that he had reunited with his estranged wife, Yoko Ono.