As album sales have tanked, labels are creating everything from $1,000 artist-branded jackets to punk-rock board shorts
Chris Thile, Laura Mvula, Snarky Puppy and others joined forces with the veteran singer-songwriter during a night of topical songs both new and old
"She was in a good space," says label executive Dan Waite, after hearing from late singer before unexpected death
"There are only a few artists who get to have maybe one song they are remembered by. Dolores has so many."
From new LPs by Kacey Musgraves and Dierks Bentley to tours by Miranda Lambert and Kenny Chesney
New music from Justin Timberlake, Jack White and Cardi B, and other records we can't wait to hear
New Off-Broadway production starring Erik Jensen invites audience into Bangs' world
The singer on learning from her grandmothers (and Pink Floyd), and why her midlife crisis was a party
The late guitarist resisted the spotlight while creating some of rock's most enduring anthems
"Malcolm would have been absolutely stunned at the outpouring of tributes and grief," Johnson says of late guitarist in first interview in two years
The guitarist's bad behavior got him fired from one of rock's wildest bands. Retired in Florida, he's ready to make peace with his past
As alt-rock was devolving into a cliché, Eddie Vedder & Co. dismantled their sound and broke free
"The guys were so little, but the volume was so loud," Megadeth leader says of AC/DC co-founder. "Pure Marshall amplification. It was mind-blowingly loud"
The creators of 'Red Roses, Green Gold' on how they brought Jerry Garcia and Robert Hunter's songs to the stage
String arranger masterminded Rolling Stones, Harry Nilsson, Carly Simon and Taylor Swift songs