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The White House is launching an official channel on the popular music streaming service Spotify.
Foo Fighters rocker Dave Grohl let a fan take control of the band during a gig in Canada on Wednesday night.
Rockers Nickelback have scrapped their entire world tour so Chad Kroeger can recover from surgery.
Attendees at opening night screenings of "Straight Outta Compton" dismissed concerns about the film triggering violence amid heightened racial tension.
The soundtrack from the Disney Channel TV movie "Descendants" topped the Billboard 200 chart this week, as Taylor Swift and British singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran strengthened their dominance in album sales this year.
Before he was a famous rock star, in 1987 Taylor Hawkins was just another guy playing the drums in a high school band competition.
Three albums currently in the top 15 of the Billboard 200 album chart were released nearly a decade before Taylor Swift was even born.
The actor is set to perform live with Hollywood Vampires.
The former AC/DC rocker is convinced he's still a member of the band and just wants five minutes in a room with group leader Angus Young to convince him he's still the best drummer.
The former Creedence Clearwater Revival frontman will help coach Adam Levine's team on the hit reality show.
The King is about to grace envelopes everywhere.
The drummer has promised fans he'll be back with the rock act once he has taken care of his legal woes.
The "Sharp Dressed Man" singer will show off his salsa and Afro-Cuban skills on his new album, which is scheduled for release in October.
The "When a Man Loves a Woman" hitmaker is teaming up with bosses at website PledgeMusic to give fans an opportunity to influence the direction of the record.
The Black Sabbath rocker is reportedly making a cameo in the upcoming comedy.
The King has been paired with a leading British orchestra from beyond the grave for a landmark new album.
The Pink Floyd guitarist has a choir backing his new track "Rattle That Lock."
Cooper and supergroup pals Johnny Depp and Joe Perry have spent months perfecting the self-titled covers album, which features guest spots from Dave Grohl, Paul McCartney, Perry Farrell, The Doors star Robby Krieger, Joe Walsh, Slash and the late Christopher Lee, among others.
He was more than a rock star, he was quite the comedian too.
The organizer of a mass Foo Fighters singalong in Italy cried "like a baby" when he saw Dave Grohl's emotional response to the film.