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Robert Plant seems determined not to get back with Led Zeppelin ever again, but he’s left the door open on a reunion with his other massively successful collaborator, Alison Krauss.
When it comes to timeless hits from the 1980s, few stand the test of time as well as the songs produced by Milwaukee’s Violent Femmes, particularly from the band’s classic self-titled 1983 debut.
There is a very strong argument to be made that Prince is the coolest man alive. Top five, at least.
When Kate Pierson walks into the studio, wearing an outfit of vintage Moschino, you can’t help but notice her.
One diehard Grateful Dead fan is desperately trying to get tickets to the band’s 50th anniversary reunion show and he’s going to drastic measures.
In “Headlines From Hollywood,” we take a look at what’s going on in the entertainment industry this week. From Chrissie Hynde to Taylor Swift to Buddy Holly, The Big Bopper & Richie Valens.
A massive tribute concert honoring Beach Boys legend Brian Wilson will feature a cavalcade of music superstars performing songs from Wilson’s storied catalog.
There have been plenty of rumors swirling about Bobbi Kristina, Whitney Houston‘s daughter, since the singer went into a coma, but at least one of them has been disputed by her attorney.
Among Metallica fans, the band’s 1982 demo tape No Life ‘Til Leather is a very sought-after rarity, so don’t be alarmed if said fans go into a tizzy the next month or so.
With the amount of news Kanye West has been making of late, it seems like everyone one has an opinion to share. The latest is Ted Nugent.