Mick Jagger and Keith Richards sat down to talk about the new Rolling Stones multimedia display, Exhibitionism.
Though he was known for legal battles with record labels, there was one suit Prince wanted to avoid.
The National Film and Sound Archive of Australia has posted a tiny bit of previously unseen footage of The Beatles getting ready for a television performance.
Things are about to get more complicated in the wake of Prince’s death — his sister says he didn’t leave a will.
Billy Paul, the Philly Soul singer whose “Me and Mrs. Jones” became the first Gamble and Huff production to reach number-one, died Sunday in Philadelphia.
Classic artists dominate the latest edition of the London Sunday Times Rich List of musicians.
The performance included Tom Petty, ELO’s Jeff Lynne, Steve Winwood, George Harrison’s son and, of course, Prince on lead guitar.
Roger Daltrey has confirmed an L.A. Times report that The Who will be one of six acts at what could be the ultimate classic rock festival in Indio, California in October.
Joe Walsh has withdrawn from performing at a Cleveland benefit for the families of U.S. veterans after it came to his attention that the event was the kick-off to the Republican National Convention.
Paul Simon has announced what seems to be the end of Simon & Garfunkel as both a performing entity — and perhaps a lifelong friendship.