Janet Jackson and Nine Inch Nails got snubbed.
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.
Steve Howe, guitarist of seminal (though wrongfully overlooked) rock band Yes, has the licks and keeps on ticking.
Rock is far from dead, and July brings with it the most impressive lineup of stars since Live Aid.
Researchers tracked the evolution of U.S. pop music over the past 60 years using data analysis.
Converse announces five days of free concerts in Beantown.
Highlights and disappointments from the second full day of the South by Southwest music festival.
The "American Idiot" band's induction seems to usher in a new generation of artists for the historically classic rock-dominated institution.
A career in the music business that included Liberace and Jim Morrison (who, sadly, never performed together.)
Musician Phil Rudd has been arrested in New Zealand, on suspicion of involvement of an alleged double murder plot involving a hitman
The ceremony returns to Cleveland and will honor a select few rockers
"Hard Advice," the single from the famed singer's vault of old songs, finds Nicks recounting a formative conversation between her and Tom Petty
At a Manhattan premiere, the goth-rock god answered a flurry of questions and crooned on command.
"The Endless River" will be released November 10.
We chatted with Yankovic about making amends with Coolio, dressing up as Hitler, and whether or not Mandatory Fun will be his last conventional album ever
"Our music is an answer to the early Seventies, when artsy people with big egos would do vocal harmonies and play long guitar solos and get called geniuses," Tommy said. "That's bull----! We play rock and roll."
The new recording won't feature founding member Roger Waters, who declined to comment on the album
Aaron Freeman is opting to step outside of Ween's shadow and drop the old name
Pixies frontman Black Francis talked to Newsweek about the Pixies, his novel and why he doesn't want to write an autobiography