Tom Petty "Won't Back Down" over the similarities between his 1989 hit and the Grammy-nominated "Stay With Me."
The veteran rocker has struck a deal with bosses of the American Association of Retired Persons (AARP) to send out copies of his latest record.
"Kurt Cobain: Montage of Heck," was produced by his 22-year-old daughter, Frances.
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The Great Gibson Grab will raise money for the Wounded Warrior Project.
The band will reissue its sixth studio album next month, complete with unreleased versions of hit songs.
The southern rock band has split up after more two decades, lead guitarist and co-founder Rich Robinson said.
There is no knocking Swift from her perch at the top of the weekly U.S. Billboard 200 chart.
Etsy and eBay have pulled T-shirts printed with Kurt Cobain's suicide note after a campaign by outraged Nirvana fans.
The four-day Tennessee festival includes acts from all genres of music, from Slayer to Earth, Wind & Fire.
This year it will take three hours, phone calls, and multiple social media platforms to figure out the lineup.
The National Trust for Historic Preservation has announced it's placing Music Row on its list of historically significant sites threatened by development.
Singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran and country star Eric Church are also slated to perform.
A previously unknown bootleg recording of a Nirvana concert has emerged on YouTube.
The much-anticipated documentary includes previously unheard recordings by the Nirvana frontman.
Grammy-winning singer/songwriter Lenny Kravitz will make a guest appearance during football's big night.
The gig will be the band's last before embarking on its Sonic Highways World Tour on Jan. 15.
Nicki Minaj, Bruno Mars, and Hozier are also among the top-10 albums this week.
The former president and a star-studded lineup will honor Dylan next month.
Both the LP and the DVD are from Manaus, Brazil, on June 1, 2005.