LISTEN: This week's top alternative songs, according to the weekly Billboard chart.
The drummer says he believes the band would have eventually gotten back together.
The former Stone Temple Pilots frontman admits he acted poorly at a fan meet-and-greet.
Recordings from Joan Baez, The Righteous Brothers, and Radiohead are among those being preserved by the Library of Congress.
Sam Smith, Florence + the Machine, Bassnectar and The Weeknd are also on the lineup.
The Led Zeppelin star joined the "Lazaretto" hitmaker onstage at Lollapalooza Argentina and the duo did not disappoint.
Former Blink-182 star Tom DeLonge is preparing to relaunch himself as an author.
Construction on the Seattle park is finally set to begin more than three years after it was initially due to open.
The longtime friends and collaborators will release "It's All Going to Pot" on April 20, the unofficial holiday for marijuana lovers.
The band scrapped its tour plans as drummer Patrick Carney battles an infection in his shoulder.
In the first season Grohl and his band uncovered the history of the music scene in Seattle, Los Angeles, New Orleans, and New York.
Paul McCartney will welcome fellow Beatle Ringo Starr into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame next month.
His autobiography will be called "It's A Long Story: My Life" and it comes out May 5.
If you have a 3D printer, you can print your own Paul McCartney.
STP has been given the green light to go back to their original moniker, after ending a legal battle with former frontman Scott Weiland.
The guitarist wants to make amends with Mark Hoppus after the pair engaged in a war of words over his exit from the group.
The Green Day star is getting into a new business.
Kurt Cobain's widow has launched a search for the anonymous YouTube user who posted an alleged fake song online.
Jeff Ament is giving skaters in his home state of Montana a boost.
In January, an acetate of Elvis Presley's first record sold for a whopping $300,000 to a mystery bidder.