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Drummer Patrick Carney says offering their new album for free "devalued their music."
The U2 frontman has finally come clean on why he never removes his sunglasses in public.
During Pearl Jam's show on Thursday, Vedder dedicated their track "Light Years," a song about grief, to Isaiah Owens.
Images of John Lennon, Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr, and George Harrison crossing the London street will go under the hammer.
The creation and recording of "Sonic Highways" will be documented in an eight-part series.
The rocker is working with two auto manufacturers to have his iPod alternative built in to cars.
Other new debuts in the top 10 of the Billboard 200 chart, include alt-rockers Weezer and "X Factor" pop couple Alex & Sierra.
Pink is going back to being Alecia Moore, at least for one album, as half of the acoustic duo You+Me.
Keyboardist Isaiah Owens, who played with White since 2012, was found dead in his hotel room in Mexico.
The Rage Against the Machine rocker has released a track to support the protesters in Missouri seeking justice for the the killing of Michael Brown.
The musician says "sorry" for releasing an album through iTunes that automatically installed itself in millions of users' libraries.
The musician has canceled his remaining Mexican tour dates after the shocking death of Isaiah "Ikey" Owens.
The Foo Fighters team up with Zac Brown to cover the Black Sabbath classic "War Pigs."
Guitarist Danny Kongos says they family band could always expand.
John Legend, Beyoncé, Katy Perry, Sam Smith, and Lorde are among the other top nominees.
The Foo Fighters are expected to play with special guests each night, while frontman Dave Grohl will sit down for an interview.
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"The Lyrics: Since 1962" will collate every word ever recorded by the "Like A Rolling Stone" hitmaker in chronological order.
Other nominees include Lou Reed, N.W.A., Joan Jett & the Blackhearts, and Stevie Ray Vaughan.
The concert will take place on Dec. 5, three days before the 34th anniversary of the Beatles legend's assassination.