The superstar's 47 Grammys surpasses Dolly Parton
New doc 'Red Army' reveals the dark legacy behind the dominance of the Soviet squad.
Glen Campbell's final tune is among radio staples for the songwriter-awarded category
The Parliament frontman goes into detail about partying with Sly Stone, encountering zombies and recording some of the funkiest records of all time
The crooked math that's going to crash American law enforcement if policies aren't changed
Radney Foster and Brett James are also on the bill, telling stories behind hits and trading off-color jokes
Beck and Ryan Adams are also contenders for a trophy in the same category
We look back at some of the landmark bad language and fuzzed-out f-bombs dropped over two decades of primetime comedies
Singer shares photos from the hospital and writes that he's in "incredible pain"
Out of necessity, the Big 12 scrapped its title game. It may have also shown us the future of college football – for better or worse
An "outsider," a "platinum" blonde and an indie songwriting darling are among those recognized in the coveted category
The graphic novelist talks about getting the MacArthur grant, the Bechdel test and the 'lighter' memoir she's working on now
"A lot of kids listen to music on their smartphones through these tiny little speakers," singer says in new interview. "'Argh, I spent hours making that high-fidelity sound!"
Chris Martin references 'Harry Potter' and suggests that the band might call it quits after seventh album
With 'Long in the Tooth,' his first studio LP in seven years, being heralded as one of the best country releases of 2014, the seminal outlaw returns to the road
Court documents reveal that the drummer threatened to kill a contractor and his 10-year-old daughter in a pair of September phone calls
The moaning-blues singer debuts a track from his upcoming full-length with the help of a shadowy video and a pickup truck
"You guys decided to give them the worst possible experience," says attorney for plaintiffs in class-action suit
Unidentified singer pleas to the former Secretary of State to help "smash the glass ceiling" by running for president