From the hilarious new Chris Rock comedy to a French EDM coming-of-age movie, the fest delivered some unexpected gems
Rapper joins Seattle pop group to kick off 'Good Morning America' fall concert series
Artists ranging from old members of the Dictators to a current Broadway star come together for a rousing show honoring the 40th annniversary of the band's first gig
From Dolly's theme park to Elvis' mansion, the best places for music-loving tourists in Tennessee
Self-produced film from 1968 summer tour gets proper release 46 years later
Country singer readies 'Home for the Holidays,' which includes a duet with Sheryl Crow
The performances coincide with the release of a box set comprising the Beatle's early solo albums
From Neil Young's tirade to Willie Nelson's family affair, the most unexpected moments from the annual fundraiser
"I was jealous and I wanted some of the credit," Thicke says in newly obtained deposition. "[Pharrell] wrote the whole thing pretty much by himself and I was envious"
Katniss Everdeen takes charge of the rebellion and challenges the Capitol in the latest teaser for the series’ third movie
Former Pistol Annies member was inspired by her own days as a check-out girl for this poignant tune
After a Sunday on the field, Monday finds attention shifting back to the NFL's off-field woes
Witty female duo call out country cliches on late-night debut, announce the release of their self-titled debut EP
"You give your brothers and sisters a million dollars if you win the lottery," White says, "they're going to end up hating you a couple of years later"
Jack White brings a White Stripes set, Neil Young digs deep and more highlights from the unforgettable fest
"It's not about the money," 'Minecraft' creator writes. "It's about my sanity."
The trio tackled the Tool classic at two gigs in Chicago, including Riot Fest
Kira Kazantsev's rhythmically chaotic Pharrell cover sparked the trending Twitter hashtag #solocup
The singer-songwriter had played his first-ever U.S. concert earlier this month
The Bulldogs fall to South Carolina, and the SEC's nicest coach adds to a legacy of inopportune loses