- Paul Simon and Stephen Colbert Update 'Feelin' Groovy' for Scary 2017 "Hello lamppost, nice to see ya—we might get bombed by North Korea. We're getting close to World War IIII, so run for the shelters—feelin' groovy!"
- Guns N' Roses Add 15 Dates to North American Not in This Lifetime Tour ZZ Top, Deftones, Sturgill Simpson, Royal Blood LĪVE and Our Lady Peace will open various shows.
- Rolling Stones Guitarist Ronnie Wood Treated for Lung Lesion Doctors discovered the early stage lesion in a medical exam and immediately took action.
- 311 Release Trippy 'Too Much To Think' Video The new clip was shot at Vasquez Rocks outside Los Angeles.
- Chuck Berry's 'Johnnie B. Good' Gets Sequel 'Lady B. Goode' The track is the latest from Berry's posthumous album 'Chuck,' which will be released on June 9.
- Supreme to Release Special Michael Jackson Collection Available in limited quantities, fans of Jackson and Supreme will find the apparel in-store NY, LA, London, Paris and online May 25th.
- Norah Jones Honors Chris Cornell with Performance of 'Black Hole Sun' She appeared to address Cornell: "Thanks for giving us a lot of love. We love you." Then, she performed a passionate, reverential version of Soundgarden's signature song.
- U2 Address Manchester Attack, add Gospel Touch to 'Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For' "The worst of humanity was on view in Manchester last night. And so was the best," Bono said.
- Queen's Brian May on Manchester Bombing: 'Why Do They Hate Us?' "To me, it’s almost impossible to imagine the kind of hatred that has to exist in someone if they would bomb children.”
- Classic Elton John Songs Get Reimagined Music Videos John and Bernie Taupin unveiled the winning music video submissions for "Rocket Man," Tiny Dancer" and "Bennie and the Jets."
- Paul McCartney Pays Tribute to Roger Moore "He had a great of gold, a great sense of humor and will be missed by the many people who love him."
- Beach Boys to Release Massive 50th Anniversary Collection Studio sessions come from the recording of 'Wild Honey' and 'Smiley Smile'—many of which took place in Brian Wilson’s home.