The Who star Roger Daltrey lost his cool at a gig in Long Island, New York on Wednesday and halted the concert, because he could smell marijuana coming from the audience.
Madonna has postponed the start of her forthcoming Rebel Heart world tour due to delays in the show's production.
Even the cops are taking a crack at Canadian rockers Nickelback.
Nate Mendel’s 20-year day job has kept him from producing his first solo album – until now.
Strange. But true. And long overdue. It’s been almost 18 years since Faith No More released their ironically titled and tepidly received sixth studio disc, Album of the Year.
One of Canada’s leading songwriters, Murray McLauchlan, and veteran music-industry journalist Larry LeBlanc will lead the ninth Mariposa Young Singer/Songwriter Workshop June 1.
Former Guns N' Roses bassist Duff McKagan has dismissed reports suggesting the group's hit song Sweet Child O' Mine was copied from rock group Australian Crawl.
Iron Maiden star Bruce Dickinson has been given the cancer all-clear three months after undergoing chemotherapy for a tumor on the back of his tongue.
U2 rocker The Edge is nursing cuts and scrapes after falling off stage during the opening show of the band’s world tour in Vancouver on Thursday night.
Blues legend B.B. King, who took his music from rural juke joints to the mainstream and inspired a generation of guitarists from Eric Clapton to Stevie Ray Vaughan, has died in Las Vegas. He was 89.
Is the Beatles song "Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds" a rebellious anthem to wild drug-taking or a touching tribute to a child's imagination? Discuss.
Radiohead appears to be putting the finishing touches on their ninth studio album. On Tuesday, longtime producer Nigel Godrich tweeted a photo of lead guitarist Johnny Greenwood at the mixing board with a cheeky ode to fashionista Anna Wintour.
Canadian artists Shawn Mendes and The Weeknd along with Nick Jonas and Jason Derulo have been announced as the first round of performers for the June 21 MMVAs.
Reclusive rocker Prince took the stage in Baltimore on Sunday evening in a "Rally 4 Peace" concert in response to the death of a 25-year-old man of injuries suffered in police custody and the riots that followed, telling the crowd: "We are here for you."
Remember that great little shop around the corner? The staff were smart and down to earth, and everything was cool, unique and handcrafted?
Online music streaming service Spotify's revenues leapt 45% to 1.08 billion euros ($1.47 billion) last year, though its operating loss widened due to product development and expansion costs, its holding company said.
What’s worse than singers who think they’re actors? Actors who think they’re singers.
Turns out, he earned it.
They always say science will study someone’s brain AFTER they’re dead, right?