"They stand, their hair frozen from water cannons. They stand for all that is good and they stay strong," couple writes in plea to Barack Obama
"I look at it as a soundtrack to the seven stages of grief," singer-songwriter says of upcoming autobiographical album 'Raw'
Singer performs for protestors of the Dakota Access Pipeline
How 1966 Sunset Strip curfew riots inspired Stephen Stills' still-resonant anthem of Sixties malaise
What will a European 'use it or lose it' copyright law mean for fans of Led Zeppelin, Bruce Springsteen, Beatles and many others?
Rocker returns catalog to Apple Music, Spotify after pulling his music in July 2015
Primarily acoustic LP written, recorded after unconventional 2015 live album 'Earth'
Rockers form impromptu supergroup to perform "Forever Young" at Bridge School Benefit
Heavy metal act bust out acoustic guitars, play "Mr. Soul," "Clampdown" and reconfigured Metallica cuts at annual benefit concert
Boy band objects to GOP candidate's inclusion of chart-topping pop song at rallies
Despite "Coachella for old people" baggage, historic event affirmed enduring power of six legendary artists
Rolling Stones, Paul McCartney, the Who, thousands of fans gather in California
Rock legends perform together onstage on second night of historic fest
Rock legends perform "A Day in the Life" and, for first time live, "Why Don't We Do It in the Road?" at California fest
Willie Nelson's a cappella opener, Neil Young's epic "Rockin' in the Free World" and other highlights from benefit's 31st year