Adele's "25" could sell more than 2.5 million copies in its first week. Who says the record industry is done?
A question posed by critic Jessica Hopper has sparked a longer conversation about sexism, misogyny and racism in the music industry.
Nick Mason, Richard Wright and Roger Waters met as students at Regent Street Polytechnic and, along with art student Syd Barrett, formed the foundation of Pink Floyd.
Wavy Gravy, the original and unofficial king of 1960s counterculture, leads Newsweek on a meandering trip through his life with Jerry and the Dead.
Rock is far from dead, and July brings with it the most impressive lineup of stars since Live Aid.
Lifting music, even for a personal video on your own site, can land you with an unexpected bill.
UCLA confirms reports that Sean Combs was arrested Monday afternoon after allegedly getting into a fight at UCLA, where his son is a reserve defensive back.
Benny Goodman's personal films—including never-before-seen footage—have been restored.
The 'Fare Thee Well' concerts mark both the 50th anniversary of the Grateful Dead and their final performance together.
Researchers tracked the evolution of U.S. pop music over the past 60 years using data analysis.
Nevermind the bollocks: Here's the real Kurt Cobain documentary.
After 25 years, with time out for solo projects, and a string of hits, the eclectic American outfit is mixing musical styles more than ever.
"The Wrecking Crew," a documentary about the studio musicians who played for Elvis, Sinatra, the Byrds and other bands, shines the spotlight on the price (and benefits) of obscurity.
The multitasking music machine takes one back in time to when dynamics, tone-color and stereo imagery were more important than portability and streaming.