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The rockers are planning to record their last album and embark on a final tour next year.
The couple had one of the most famous romances in rock.
Michael Jackson's epic 14-minute music video is going to be re-released next year.
The pop superstar has canceled more U.S. shows after struggling to recover from a viral infection.
The U2 frontman denies the band's recent album giveaway is undercutting other artists.
The Genesis star said his boozing became so bad he was diagnosed with a severe case of pancreatitis.
The phony Stewart has allegedly been duping fans and businesses into thinking he is the real deal.
Paul McCartney, Jay Z & Beyoncé, Jason Aldean, and Phish all have top-grossing tours, but the No. 1 might surprise you.
The "Hello" hitmaker says pop stars today favor notoriety over quality music.
The 81-year-old proud pot smoker uses a hi-tech device to super-heat his smoke stash.
Guitarist Vivian Campbell is taking a break from touring to focus on beating cancer once and for all.
The veteran rockers have recorded their first new song in eight years to promote a new 50th anniversary hits compilation.
Fans of rockers the Foo Fighters have hit a Kickstarter.com target to bring the band to Birmingham, England for a show.
Part of the set from the Beatles' iconic U.S. TV debut is expected to sell for more than a half million.
The film, which opens tomorrow, tells the story of Hendrix before he became a star with all the hits.
The "Dancing on the Ceiling" hitmaker is convinced the funky footwear caused health issues.
The actor playing Brian Wilson in an upcoming biopic had to learn to play piano as part of his role.
A jury cleared bodyguards of the Grammy-winning singer in a lawsuit filed by a man who said they beat him so badly he had to drop out of the West Point military academy.
Barbra Streisand made music history as her latest release "Partners" topped the U.S. Billboard 200 chart.
Yusuf Islam, formerly Cat Stevens, has pulled the plug on part of his first North American tour in 35 years after becoming disgusted by greedy ticket scalpers. The Peace Train singer, formerly known as Cat Stevens, announced a string of rare live dates last week, but he has now decided to cancel his Big Apple show at the Beacon Theatre on 7 December and re-route the trek to Boston, Massachusetts.