Host reveals why he signed on for the show despite hating singing contests
The (friendly) battle of the sexes that drives TV's most exciting music show
How two Rust Belt refugees became a super-charged stomp machine
In May 2011, the Aerosmith frontman found rebirth in the most unlikely place: the judges' table on 'American Idol'
After years of silence, the comedian who changed everything opens up about going back to stand-up, 'Saturday Night Live,' the Oscars and more
Bono: 'We'd be very pleased to end on 'No Line on the Horizon''
David Gilmour and Roger Waters on why the the fragile collaboration behind the band's masterpiece was doomed to fail
"Sandal-wearing, anarchic music-lovers from California invented the 21st century," says the U2 frontman
How Waters tamed his demons, reclaimed his legacy and resurrected a masterpiece
The youngest and the shyest of the Beatles retreated from the limelight early — but his life only got deeper, richer and wilder
Epic new film illuminates the inner life of the most enigmatic Beatle
Can the comic book great really talk to the dead, channel John Lennon and see into the fifth dimension?
Scottish writing legend shares views on the evolution of superheroes, rape in comics and his estrangement from protégé Mark Millar
Bald, rich and anxious is a great way to go through life
'I never try to make it funny because I know that if Larry set it up, it’s gonna be funny,' says 'Curb Your Enthusiasm' actress