Carole King and Tina Turner both also have a shot to be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame for a second time—and we'll find out if they've made the cut when the class of 2021 is announced later this year.
Despite the rally hoping to overturn the election results, the music was much more gloomy than one would expect.
A photo of the Vermont senator getting vaccinated has inspired people on Twitter to joke that Sanders is actually a really big Titus Andronicus fan.
Whitney Houston and George Michael also have TikTok accounts. The official accounts from the musicians who have passed away appear to be a way to turn younger generations onto their music.
After signaling support for the Proud Boys, Facebook deleted the "Headstrong" band's account. Lead singer Christopher Taylor Brown wasn't happy about it.
Prince Harry, Tiffany Haddish, Sheryl Crow, and many other comedians and musicians will join host Jon Stewart for the first virtual edition of the yearly benefit.
The Boss speaks about Biden's upbringing in Scranton, PA, as his song "My Hometown" plays in the background.
The "Bawitdaba" singer provides the voiceover in a campaign ad for John James, but other celebrities like Lizzo have voiced their support for James' Democratic rival, incumbent Gary Peters.
People explored Cannibal Corpse's discography and found that perhaps they shouldn't have been surprised, given their often violent song titles.
The Boss had an emoji made for him to coincide with his upcoming album release, "Letters to You," out October 23.
After Mick Fleetwood posted his own take on Nathan Apodoca's video, the classic rock drummer sent its creator a note, celebrating his success.
After fans were hoping for the announcement of a new Postal Service album, this 20-minute PSA is not exactly being welcomed.
The guitarist's son tweeted a memorial for his father.
The Postal Service (the band) is teasing something coming October 7, but the group actually has a long history with the federal office from which they take their name.
Stipe called for closing bars except for outdoor seating, limiting gatherings, playing football without fans, and increasing testing.
Snider responded to a video of a group of anti-maskers playing Twisted Sister's 1984 hit while marching through a Target store.
The wall surrounding Graceland and the Levitt Shell were spray painted with phrases like "BLM", "Abolish ICE", and "Defund MPD."
Banali's wife likened what the drummer had planned to the types of funeral services that legendary rockers like Ronnie James Dio had.
The lead singer of the veteran rock band returns with 'Fee Waybill Rides Again,' his first new solo record in almost 25 years.
A founding member of Fleetwood Mac, the British guitarist was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1998.
Dessner co-wrote 11 of "Folklore's" 16 songs with Taylor Swift. The multi-instrumentalist has had a long career leading up to his time working with Swift, writing remotely.
As fans begin reading more and more into the lyrics of Swift's latest album, "betty" has been named a standout track.
The drummer was accused of emotional and sexual abuse after his band SWMRS released a statement in solidarity following sexual abuse allegations of other SoCal artists.
The "Piano Man" played a quick tune and told the owners that the piano was fine and just needed a tuning. He advised them to donate it rather than chuck it.
The young British rocker first went viral with a cover of Nirvana's "In Bloom" last year and continues to wow the masses with her impeccable and growing talent.
The British singer has lent his powerhouse pipes to a number of covers over the years—just in case you only know him for the meme involving his 1987 single "Never Gonna Give You Up."
The singer will perform an hourlong set at the historic Nashville venue after raising $250,000 for various charities.
The punk troubadour recently talked with Newsweek about his latest effort, which he surprise-released in late May.
The guitarist and producer worked with so many great rock acts, including Lou Reed, W.A.S.P., Kiss and more.