Inspiration in a taxi cab, a favor from 'Lost Boys' director Joel Schumacher and other factors that played into the success of the band's 1987 smash
Australian outfit preps four-disc set with rarities, b-sides, immersive new album mix
Guitarist, band transform sparkling new wave classic "Need You Tonight" into ragged rocker
New feature-length project will trace life and career of alt-rock band's singer/co-founder who died in 1997
"Kerry's place was the hangout for rockers," Cooper says of chef who died earlier this month. "He was just comfortable to be with and I think that's something that rockers look for"
Previously unreleased track was one of the late INXS singer's final recordings
The E Street Band tackle 1982 hit 'Don't Change' at Sydney gig
INXS frontman will be memorialized in new film
'It's the end of an era,' says the group's lead singer of six years
Band announces split midway through show in Australia
Irishman Ciaran Gribbin is the band's third frontman
Coming up from down under, INXS enjoys life at the top.
The Australian band kicks its way up the charts in the States with pub-rock funk