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 rocker fears he's been sidelined after being warned he could lose his hearing.
It has been five years since the band's last album and full tour.
It's hard to hold a candle in the cold Coachella rain.
The cause was an "extremely aggressive" form of cancer.
Janet Jackson and Nine Inch Nails got snubbed.
The Yardbirds are a classic 1960s rock band, but their Facebook page is all about sex lately.
The one-time punk brat has turned into a globe-trotting unofficial ambassador for his homeland's music.
Lead singer Stuart Murdoch "has to get better first," the Scottish band said in a statement.
The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame has unveiled a new crop of nominees for the class of 2016.
"There are now definite plans to record," says guitarist Keith Richards.
'Under the Influence' chronicles the guitar icon as he records his first solo album in 23 years.
Results of official investigation showed Antonio Zambrano-Montes was holding a rock when he was killed.
Steve Howe, guitarist of seminal (though wrongfully overlooked) rock band Yes, has the licks and keeps on ticking.
40 years ago today, Bruce Springsteen released "Born to Run."
New album, out October 30, is "more autobiographical than anything else I've written," says the frontman of the National.
Wavy Gravy, the original and unofficial king of 1960s counterculture, leads Newsweek on a meandering trip through his life with Jerry and the Dead.
Jerry Garcia was one of the most talented guitarists of the 20th century. But he was also one of its most prolific collaborators. Here are a few of his finest pairings.
"This music feels like being at yoga," and other thoughts on James Taylor's long-awaited album.