Celebrating the breakup of the Manchester foursome – Morrissey, Johnny Marr, Andy Rourke and Mike Joyce – 30 years later
The greatest rapper alive goes deep on his obsessive studio habits, what Bono taught him and the temptations of stardom
The jubilant song is a hit for the Atlanta rapper and Think It's a Game Records
Singer Brandon Flowers and drummer Ronnie Vannucci Jr. explain how they stayed honest, steered clear of lameness with their upcoming fifth album
Former Vampire Weekend member opens up about the making of 'Half-Light,' embracing the frontman role and how it feels when fans cry at his shows
Warren Haynes formed the band as an Allman Brothers side project. Two thousand gigs later, they've created a cult of their own
"The first time I ever stepped on stage was the O2 Arena in London"
View comics, paintings and sketches by the late icon, including the piece seen on the 'Incesticide' cover
Says R&B hitmaker Lloyd, "I know that at 15, he could out-sing me"
As band releases 30th anniversary box set, singer explains how they fused rock with pop and made a modern masterpiece
'Mania' lands on September 15th, and Pete Wentz hopes fans will love it as much as Fruity Pebbles
Shock rocker also discusses meeting Chuck Berry, his real-life brush with ghosts and how he thinks the world will end
His album 'American Teen' pulses with euphoric dance beats, Eighties synths and tales of marijuana-and booze-fueled high school raging
"I'd be amazed if anyone can really figure it out," he says of 'Concrete and Gold' backup singer. "But ... this person's been around a long time"
Guitarist shares wisdom on drinking, aging, meditating and why you calm down before sending an angry email