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Willie Nelson's daughter has launched a crowdfunding campaign to complete a film about her dad's 90-year-old roadie.
Mick Jagger and company decided to add some local flavor to their upcoming Nashville show.
Calling him "the greatest songwriter of modern times," David Letterman introduced his final musical guest, who performed "The Night We Called It A Day."
The 68-year-old rocker has had to bow out of the group's upcoming summer tour.
June 9 will be "Les Paul Day" in the cities of New York, Nashville and Waukesha, Wisconsin, where Paul was born.
The book is a fascinating look at his life from working at a factory to traveling the world and selling millions of records.
The Pearl Jam frontman is among the final artists to perform on "The Late Show with David Letterman."
A viewing on Friday will be open to the late guitar great's fans.
Film producer Casey Neistat goes to Sin City to take a one-of-a-kind look behind one of music's biggest nights.
The singer took a leave of absence from her residency at Caesars Palace last year to care for her husband as he battled throat cancer.
The musician will be the final musical guest on "The Late Show with David Letterman."
Simon Cowell is producing a new film about one of the most talented managers in the history of the music business.
The star celebrated her 49th birthday by announcing a long-awaited new album and tour.
The Metallica frontman and former Van Halen star Sammy Hagar hosted their second annual Acoustic-4-A-Cure event in San Francisco, and recruited some of their famous friends to perform.
The Beatle borrowed it from a British music store and played it on stage several times in England and in Channel Islands in the summer of 1963.
The "Blank Space" hitmaker took home nine trophies, including Top Artist.
Bruce Dickinson has won his battle over the deadly disease, just months after announcing he was undergoing chemo.
The band will grant a rare fan Q&A on Monday via Twitter.
The one-time farmhand who brought new fans to the blues and influenced a generation of musicians died peacefully in his sleep.
WATCH: The U2 guitarist got a little too close to the edge.