"He combined the worlds of blues, rock and jazz music," says Vernon Reid, "and he was at the cutting edge of innovation in those styles"
As they gear up for their long-awaited reunion, check out the comedy trouple's most ambitious routine
David Gilmour and Nick Mason on why their new LP is almost certainly Floyd’s final statement
'Billy Madison,' 'The Wedding Singer' and a few real surprises
With unprecedented access, Wertheimer collected more than 2,500 images of superstar
Nine years before he entered Gotham City, a pre-fame Keaton played New York's Gotham Comedy Club
"Highway to Hell," "Back in Black" and your other favorites. The song might remain the same, but it never gets old
He's pissed at David Crosby and Barack Obama, and he's got a secret cure for weed-induced paranoia
Watch a performance of "Long May You Run" from what could be the last waltz for CSNY
America first met Carell as a cast member on Carvey's innovative, short-lived sketch show
Lou Reed, N.W.A and Sting are also in contention for the Class of 2015, with voting again open to fans
'Psycho,' 'The Shining,' 'The Exorcist' and seven other classics that will fill your nightmares long after Halloween
With Christine McVie back after a 16-year absence, the band gleefully resurrects classics like "Songbird" and "You Make Loving Fun"
Watch Paul struggle to remember his old friend Artie in this hysterical 'SNL' skit from 1986.
"Ugly girls are much easier to talk to," Sandler joked at a New York comedy club in 1989.