Watch the sultry singer perform the song whose lyrics came true after she recorded them
With new ownership and a renewed commitment to their city, the Bills make their move
Chocolate Carolina Drops' Rhiannon Giddens takes the lead on latest track culled from unrecorded Dylan lyrics
"Everybody knows if you shoot somebody down, you should be arrested," the activist had told a rally the night before
Meet the rising stars of rock, EDM, hip-hop and more acts shaping your tomorrow
Former Cross Canadian Ragweed frontman kicks up Red Dirt with new band, the Departed
"BitTorrent is a pirate's friend," he said, discussing changes in the music business. "But all pirates want to go legit, just like I wanted to be respectable"
Cosplay all-stars, 'Walking Dead' cast members, the original Karate Kid — here are the highlights of this year's premier east-coast geekathon
"I think it's the greatest example of the sound of this album," Swift says of song she co-wrote with fun.'s Jack Antonoff
CMA Awards Best New Artist nominee aims for an inclusive message on Keith's 'Drunk Americans'
New Country Music Hall of Fame exhibit profiles the Nashville musicians who played with some of country and rock's biggest names
Equipped with pedals galore, prolific lo-fi guitarist-and-more gets (sort of) conceptual
Dave Grohl also talks growing up with parents who loved opera, Neil Young and Slayer
Lima, Ohio, has been struggling for decades – and the GOP’s radical policies are making it even worse
Jim Gordon gets less saintly, Cobblepot gets more supervillainy and a key part of the comics makes its first appearance
Studio version of Morello's bluesy rocker will help benefit Ferguson protestors arrested in the Michael Brown shooting's aftermath
Electronic music pioneer passes away from complications from an operation
"Close Your Eyes (and Count to Fuck)" boasts killer verse from the Rage Against the Machine vocalist.
Episode-opening couch gag features Cat Stevens' "Tea for the Tillerman" plus artwork inspired by the singer
Icon returns to the revered stage for first headlining show there in 54 years, with the Loretta-like Brandy Clark as her opening act