Guitarist releases reflective acoustic guitar ballad written for his Cream bandmate
"This project is important," the poet had said before her death. "It's woven into the tapestry of our lives, and we're being serious and giving and kind about it"
Country singer talks getting "choked up" recording her first holiday LP
R&B star heads to London, hooks up with Disclosure and revamps her classic sound on 'The London Sessions'
The band also revive 30-year-old track for menacing new song 'Storm'
Artists from Willie and Cash to the Dixie Chicks get away with the unspeakable
From a bandmate's gun in his face to getting backstabbed by Richard Nixon, here are the big takeaways from HBO's movie about the life and music of Soul Brother No. 1
When you’re one of the most beloved stars in the world, you can get away with almost anything. So what’s that kind of freedom like?
"It’s so easy and beautiful that I feel like anybody at any level can make it their own"
Canada's biggest indie rock supergroup snap and caption behind-the-scenes photos from their trip to San Francisco
"We wanted to give something back to them," says Ann Wilson. "Just to say thank you"
Jerry Lee Lewis makes his most personal LP in years with some seriously heavy-hitting sidemen
The show's Halloween episode offers up a pseudo-Pagan baddie, psychological mumbo-jumbo and more Penguin tomfoolery
"He combined the worlds of blues, rock and jazz music," says Vernon Reid, "and he was at the cutting edge of innovation in those styles"
The actor confirmed in an interview that he will be joining the new season's cast, which will also feature Colin Farrell and Vince Vaughn
"We were a boy band," McCartney tells the audience. "It's not a bad thing, but after a while you felt like you wanted to move on"
From 'Workaholics' to "Weird Al" and the reunited members of the State, see Rolling Stone's snapshots of the fest's all-stars
Listen to a playlist of the bassist, singer and songwriter's essential tracks from Cream and beyond
Also, Allman Brothers Band and Gov't Mule guitarist Warren Haynes pays his respects
The beloved Nineties sketch group made a rare appearance together at Tenacious D's Festival Supreme over the weekend and ended up stealing the show