The British pop star plans to keep his private life out of the headlines.
Michael Jackson's epic 14-minute music video is going to be re-released next year.
The U2 frontman denies the band's recent album giveaway is undercutting other artists.
The annual Brazilian festival is branching out in 2015 with a U.S. version that will boast a wide variety of acts.
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Paul McCartney, Jay Z & Beyoncé, Jason Aldean, and Phish all have top-grossing tours, but the No. 1 might surprise you.
The former Radiohead frontman is releasing his second solo album, "Tomorrow's Modern Boxes," through BitTorrent.
The 81-year-old proud pot smoker uses a hi-tech device to super-heat his smoke stash.
Fans of rockers the Foo Fighters have hit a Kickstarter.com target to bring the band to Birmingham, England for a show.
The "Royals" hitmaker, 17, has been named the most powerful person in music under the age of 21.
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.
Barbra Streisand made music history as her latest release "Partners" topped the U.S. Billboard 200 chart.
Fans turn to crowd-funding in an effort to persuade Foo Fighters to perform in the U.K. next year.
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.
The Wire star, Idris Elba, has recruited Mumford & Sons and James Blake to work on an album dedicated to the memory of late civil rights icon Nelson Mandela.
"Harrison Week" celebrates the late Beatle and the upcoming release of “The Apple Years: 1968-75,” featuring the beloved singer/songwriter’s first six solo albums.
The singer/songwriter recorded the tracks while battling a serious alcohol and drug addiction and at the time decided to shelve the project.
The Edge has won a long-running battle to develop his land in California.
The track features vocals from late Queen frontman Freddie Mercury and the King of Pop.