Despite the rally hoping to overturn the election results, the music was much more gloomy than one would expect.
After Mick Fleetwood posted his own take on Nathan Apodoca's video, the classic rock drummer sent its creator a note, celebrating his success.
Bailout bill talks continue; businesses take advantage of the pandemic; and the Blue Invasion of the South.
A founding member of Fleetwood Mac, the British guitarist was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1998.
Dead & Company, featuring Grateful Dead surviving members Bob Weir, Mickey Hart and Bill Kreutzmann, begins its North American tour on May 30.
The band's publicist says Wretzky "deferred" from reunion talks.
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.
The lead singer talks about his new memoir, piloting his band's Ed Force One jumbo jet and creating epic metal that "rivals Cecil B. DeMille."
Last night's CMA's performer talks to Newsweek about her new album.
The tour will cover Bowie's music from "Space Oddity" all the way up to 2016's "Blackstar."
Drummer Lars Ulrich discusses Metallica's world tour, what "Battery" and other war-themed songs are really about and why "The Black Album" works so well in stadiums.
The Rock Hall of Fame's limited selection process draws heat from skeptics, largely because those who do the choosing aren't themselves musicians.
The Yardbirds are a classic 1960s rock band, but their Facebook page is all about sex lately.
"There are now definite plans to record," says guitarist Keith Richards.
Rock is far from dead, and July brings with it the most impressive lineup of stars since Live Aid.