Adele has announced her first major tour of the U.K. and Europe, admitting she has been "bluffing" about her plans while promoting her new album 25.
Adam Sandler has released a new version of his classic "Chanukah Song" for the fourth time since its "Saturday Night Live" debut in 1994.
Defiant Eagles Of Death Metal co-founder Jesse Hughes wants his band to be the first act to perform at the Bataclan theatre when the venue reopens after the Paris terror attacks.
It's a bit of a coming home for Neil Young: The Canadian-born rock veteran launched his music player in his home country in cooperation with local drugstore chain London Drugs Monday. Young's PonoPlayer is now available both at London Drugs retail stores as well as through the chain's website.
While the Foo Fighters cancelled the remainder of its European tour in wake of the terror attacks in Paris, the band released the "Saint Cecilia" EP Monday for free as a tribute to victims of the attacks.
Adele's new album "25" has sold more than 2.3 million copies in the United States during its first three days on the market, a stunning number for a music industry that has seen sales steadily fall in the digital era.
The world's top music artists are honoured at the 2015 American Music Awards in Los Angeles on Sunday night.
The California rock band that was playing in Paris on the night of the Nov. 13 attacks survived the massacre at their concert, but others died seeking shelter in a dressing room, the group's lead singer said in an interview with international news channel Vice.
A documentary about the release of the new Eagles Of Death Metal album has been pulled from a film festival following the terrorist attack on the band's gig in Paris.
British singer Adele's much-anticipated new album 25 will not be available for streaming on any digital music services, including Spotify and Apple Music, a music industry source said on Thursday.
Gwyneth Paltrow will appear on Coldplay's new album, singing alongside her ex-husband Chris Martin.
Singer Carly Simon has revealed the mystery behind one of pop music's enduring puzzles: the inspiration for her 1972 hit "You're So Vain."
Eagles of Death Metal, the band whose concert turned into a bloodbath when terrorists attacked their Paris concert venue, the Bataclan, on Nov. 13, are speaking out for the first time about the attacks on the French capital.
Former Jefferson Airplane singer Grace Slick has urged the members of Fleetwood Mac to follow her into retirement, because they look awful when they perform
Royals star Lorde has laughed off suggestions she was lip-syncing during her performance on Saturday Night Live over the weekend.
All members of a California-based band that was to perform at the Paris venue where one of Friday night's deadly attacks occurred are safe and have been accounted for, a U.S. official briefed by the Justice Department said.
The Rolling Stones have made fans' Christmas dreams come true by revealing they're planning to start work on a new album over the holidays.
Legendary New Orleans musician and composer Allen Toussaint, who penned such classics as "Working in a Coal Mine" and "Lady Marmalade," has died after suffering a heart attack following a concert he performed in Spain. He was 77.
An acoustic guitar that John Lennon used to record and write "Love Me Do," "I Want to Hold Your Hand" and other hit songs sold for $2.4 million at auction.