New National Geographic series on the Nineties highlights Nirvana singer's ambivalence toward fame
"Tyranny has come in many forms throughout history," says Casablancas. "Now, the good of business is put above anything else, as corporations have become the new ruling body"
'Game of Thrones' author's involvement with TV series inspired horror writer for 'Under the Dome'
Singer reveals how aggressive duet with Gilbert, 'Small Town Throwdown,' came to be
"Back in the dayz, on tour with u, I learned so much from what u did and how u did it," Shakur wrote
5 possible ways Anthony's separation from the Knicks could play out
"I want to always keep prices low, so don't be a dick"
The singer's new album, 'lullaby and... The Ceaseless Roar,' is out this fall
'Somewhere With You' is first Big Apple musical with modern country songs
The song, from Thicke's upcoming 'Paula' LP, is a direct plea to estranged wife Paula Patton
"Miles Davis made the most extraordinary music on heroin," says former Police frontman
The stories behind the tracks that kept the planet dancing
The acclaimed songwriters meet for coffee and interview each other about everything from van life to forgetting lyrics
Following a 2-2 tie with Portugal, it's do-or-die (or draw) for the U.S. against Germany
Boosted by a Black Key, West African guitarist crosses Hendrix with Tuareg traditionalism
"I've finally got something that is a cohesive statement," the artist says