Kiss's Gene Simmons has new book, a Cliffs Notes of sorts, on how to attain more "power," with sections on Niccolò Machiavelli, Oprah Winfrey, Napoleon Bonaparte, Michael Jordan and Elon Musk. He also has a box set of unreleased material with a huge price tag.
Hasan Hatrash tells Newsweek what it's like to celebrate change in one of the world's most conservative societies.
Tom Petty, a Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee and the lead singer of The Heartbreakers, has died just weeks before his 67th birthday.
The video by the Welsh rock band features the entire Wales squad dancing along.
"Origins Vol. 1" features Slash, Lita Ford, Paul Stanley on tracks by Thin Lizzy, the Troggs, Free and more.
If the copyright protection of present times had been around since the era of the first copyright statutes, much of the music we now love would not exist.
The cancer has been caught early, says the musician's spokesperson.
The "Aladdin Sane" superstar's career spanned over four decades, and a dizzying amount of personas, both onstage and off.
Scott Weiland died from a mix of cocaine, MDA (a type of ecstasy) and alcohol, according to toxicology reports.
After The Beatles, the most iconic phase of John Lennon's life began when he moved to the Big Apple.
The 30th anniversary of John Lennon's death offered a cultural milestone equally as resonant as his birthday.
His death was one of the defining moments of the 20th century, and culturally, we’re still dealing with it.
Converse announces five days of free concerts in Beantown.