Paul McCartney explains his name

McCartney's given name is James Paul McCartney, and his father has the same name.


Elton John marks World AIDS Day with call to action

The "Rocket Man" star has spent years campaigning and raising money to fight HIV/AIDS with his Elton John AIDS Foundation, and he recently announced a special partnership with the U.S. government.


Mexican Beatles fans attempt costume record

Music fans in Mexico sought to break the world record for gathering together the largest number of people dressed as members of iconic band The Beatles.


Dee Snider approves of Trump’s song use

The Twisted Sister star gave Donald Trump permission to use the track during his campaign because the businessman-turned-politician represents "rebellion, speaking your mind and fighting the system."


Eagles confirm musical plans

The veteran rockers are pressing ahead with plans for a Broadway musical centered around their iconic song "Hotel California."


Unsolved: 6 rockers and rappers whose deaths remain a mystery

These six unsolved deaths bring the ugly underbelly of the music industry to the surface. We pair each artist with their swan song hit.


Tony Iommi teases fans with new songs

The Black Sabbath rocker wants to release five unheard songs by the band just weeks after they scrapped plans for another album.


Patti LaBelle invites sweet potato pie-loving superfan to Thanksgiving

The soul star is giving thanks to a fan who boosted sales of her pies by inviting him to join her for dinner.


Metallica looking forward to baseball season

The San Francisco Giants will hold Metallica Night for the fourth year on May 6.


Ringo Starr is selling copy No. 1 of the ‘White Album’

Looking for a unique Christmas gift? It'll only cost you a cool $60 grand.


Steve Smith returns to Journey for 2016 tour

The rockers have replaced fired drummer Deen Castronovo with former band member Steve Smith for a massive 2016 tour.


Billy Gibbons goes jazz

The ZZ Top guitarist didn't really think about ever playing jazz until he was invited last year to play the Havana Jazz Festival.


Gary Rossington’s health forces Lynyrd Skynyrd to cancel tour

The rockers have pulled their remaining tour dates for 2015 to allow guitarist Gary Rossington time to recover from a recent heart attack.


Billy Joel helps save schools

The "Piano Man" hitmaker helped to prevent the imminent closure of two schools in New York by pledging his support to the cause.


Foo Fighters dedicate free album to Paris victims

The band has been teasing a new release with a countdown on their official website over the last few weeks, and they have finally unveiled a collection of five songs, titled "Saint Cecilia."


Filming on Freddie Mercury biopic to start soon

The long-awaited biopic about the Queen frontman is reportedly finally set to move into production next summer after years of delays.


Survivor sues Huckabee over ‘Eye of the Tiger’

A member of the band wants to stop Republican presidential candidate Mike Huckabee from using the song.


Who’s ‘So Vain’? Singer Carly Simon reveals one mystery man

The singer has revealed the mystery behind one of pop music's enduring puzzles: the inspiration for her 1972 hit "You're So Vain."


Music by Fleetwood Mac, Roberta Flack among Grammy Hall of Fame inductees

A total of 26 albums and songs across all genres that are at least 25 years old, were selected by a committee put together by the Recording Academy - hosts of the annual Grammy Awards - to be inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame.


Dave Grohl to take on Animal in ‘Muppets’ drum-off

The Foo Fighters star will be a part of an upcoming episode of "The Muppets."

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