From Aretha to Alanis, if it deals with real life, the queen of hip-hop soul approves
Artists refusing to offer singles as downloads, only entire albums
Hardcore hip-hop thrives on underground mix tapes, where MCs battle and DJs rule
Layoffs and retail closings amid falling CD sales
Linkin, Kid Rock and others pull their songs from the Net
Police let the Who guitarist off with a warning. Then he emails Rolling Stone
Coachella, Field Day bring European-style festivals home
"I partied harder when I wasn't a rock star than I have since I've been one"
Who guitarist opens up in exclusive email
The band delivers sex, violence, perversion — and some truly hot punk rock
Chan Marshall has been known to break down in tears onstage and claim her music isn't good enough. She's wrong
New anti-rave legislation threatens concert industry
If the singer says she writes her own songs, who's going to tell her otherwise?
Singer's fourth album in progress
Their brotherly love and musical savvy turned the beat around to disco, and without Maurice it just won't be the same