The Egyptian-born Greek singer Demis Roussos, 68, who sold more than 60 million records worldwide with a series of international hits in the 1970s and 1980s, has died in Athens after a long illness, media reports said on Monday.
British pop star Sam Smith has reportedly agreed to pay out royalties to rockers Tom Petty and Jeff Lynne over his hit single Stay With Me.
Tangerine Dream founder Edgar Froese has died. He was 70.
The concert calendar is still pretty empty. Luckily, you can tide yourself over with the tidal wave of new live albums. Let’s take a spin through some of the latest and greatest offerings:
There’s just no stopping Marilyn Manson. Seriously.
“It’s always a birthday in Pink Floyd Land,” a chuckling Nick Mason told me recently. “There’s always something to commemorate.”
After chatter about whether it would actually happen or not, Canadian rock legends Rush have announced dates for their upcoming 40th anniversary tour, and it includes four stops north of the border.
LL Cool J will host the 57th Annual Grammy Awards for the fourth consecutive year, CBS announced Wednesday.
The surviving members of R&B group TLC are hitting the road with New Kids On The Block and rapper Nelly for an all-star summer tour.
Superstar DJ David Guetta may leave some heads spinning – namely Taylor Swift's – after admitting that he "loves" Spotify.
Madonna has recruited an unlikely celebrity for her much-anticipated new album - former boxer Mike Tyson.The pop star's forthcoming record, Rebel Heart, is slated for release on March 10, and a track list was leaked on iTunes on Monday, revealing the singer's most bizarre collaboration yet.One of the 19 tracks, titled Iconic, features rising MC Cha
Even Satan gets the blues. After more than two decades of going gleefully and relentlessly over the top, X-rated cartoon shock-rocker Marilyn Manson steps back, kicks back and dials back the crazy for his 10th album.
When Commodore released the Commodore 64 computer in 1982, they likely had no idea how popular just one component of that computer would be, even 30 years later.
Do Alberta-raised rockers Nickelback even care about their naysayers after 50 million in album sales over the last two decades?
Bosses of online auction house eBay.com have agreed to remove listings for T-shirts printed with Kurt Cobain's suicide note after a campaign by outraged Nirvana fans.
Blink 182 might be the most dysfunctional band around.
Singer/songwriter Phillip Phillips has gone to war with the company behind 'American Idol', demanding he be released from recording, management and merchandising deals linked to the TV talent show.
Success is proving sweeter the second time around for Fall Out Boy’s bassist- lyricist Pete Wentz.
The Black Keys have axed their entire European tour after drummer Patrick Carney dislocated his shoulder while on vacation.