After the death of lead guitarist Jerry Garcia in 1995, the surviving four members say they will end The Grateful Dead's 50-year run this weekend.
The veteran band will display dozens of items from their past, including instruments, personal diaries, and audio and video tracks for the special project, titled "Exhibitionism."
The "Stay With Me" hitmaker celebrated getting his singing voice back after vocal cord surgery by posting a video of him crooning an Elvis classic.
The rockers' notoriously fiery friendship has never been better.
It'll take more than a broken leg to stop Dave Grohl.
The four surviving members of the band, with a little help from their friends, launch what they say will be their final tour.
Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend say the current tour will be their last because they feel too old to carry on.
A much-anticipated documentary about the late British singer hits cinemas next week amid a dispute between filmmakers and her father.
The rocker's first acoustic guitar has gone under the hammer at an auction in London for $28,500 - more than twice the guide price.
The drummer will rejoin the band for its tour with Marilyn Manson this summer.
The band has signed up to headline the iconic U.K. music festival in 2016 after they were forced to pull out of this year's show due to frontman Dave Grohl's broken leg.
Grateful Dead founder Jerry Garcia was recently posthumously inducted in the Songwriters Hall of Fame in New York. Stars weigh in on their favorite Garcia song.
The veteran singer/songwriter raced ahead of pop stars to top the Billboard charts for the first time in nearly five decades.
Pharrell has been meeting up with the "Someone Like You" singer to work on a new project, but she rarely stays in the studio for more than half an hour.
A cappella group Pentatonix will take you on an epic journey from the King of Pop's "I Want You Back" all the way to "You Are Not Alone," and everything in between.
What happens when grandma and grandpa go to a massive outdoor music festival?
Just in time for Christmas, a collection of previously unreleased interviews is coming out to mark the 20th anniversary of the rocker's death.
The Beatles rocker will mark his birthday in front of Los Angeles' fabled Capitol Records Tower.
Doctors insist that rocker Roger Daltrey rests between each show, so the band cannot play two consecutive nights as their insurance policy will not allow it.
Fans can have their names emblazoned on the Foo Fighters star's broken leg.