We've heard of some out-of-this world music releases before, but this is quite a strange one.
Listen up, all you U2 fans out there – there are some new Irish rockers making waves across the pond.
Soul legend Percy Sledge has passed away. He was 74
Madonna crashed the Coachella stage on Sunday night, surprising the tens of thousands of festivalgoers there to watch Drake's headlining set.
Danko Jones’ latest and seventh studio album, Fire Music, could also have easily been called Fire Mouth.
Dave Grohl first glimpsed nirvana — and his future — in a K-Tel album.
Even musical geniuses need to look cool to the kids.
Soul sensation Sam Smith has been caught up in a strange, new copyright infringement lawsuit concerning his hit song Stay With Me.
Randy Bachman lined up a few of his famous friend guitarists – fellow Canucks Neil Young and the late Jeff Healey, along with Peter Frampton and more – to play solos on his latest solo effort, Heavy Blues.
Blues legend B.B. King is recovering from his emergency hospitalization over the weekend, according to his daughter.
They say the definition of insanity is repeating the same action, and expecting a different result. Well, colour us crazy – we just interviewed Brian Wilson once again.
After 20 years in the music business, Philip Sayce is finally getting started.
Beyonce debuted her new song and music video on Jay Z’s streaming service Tidal in honour of their seventh wedding anniversary.
Robert 'Bob' Burns, the original drummer of Lynyrd Skynyrd, died in a car accident in Georgia on Friday, according to reports.
Legendary folk singer Joni Mitchell remains hospitalized in intensive care after collapsing at her L.A. home on Tuesday.
The remaining members of One Direction have reassured fans they are determined to continue performing as a four-piece following the shocking departure of Zayn Malik.
It’s gold, Jerry, gold! It has been for Wale, anyway. The D.C. rapper nabbed a major-label deal in the wake of his 2008 Seinfeld-fueled Mixtape About Nothing — and scored again with the 2010 sequel More About Nothing.
Ron Sexsmith’s smiling – and it’s not because he’s just heard a joke.