- New Apps Let You Sing with John Lennon, Sit with Paul McCartney To paraphrase the Fab Four, it's certainly a thrill.
- Metallica Unleash 'Enter Sandman' on Fourth Night of 'Late Late Show' Residency: Watch It's the fourth of five performances from the classic band this week.
- Every Queen Song, Ranked 167 songs, ranked from worst to best, from synthpop oddities to full-on rockers.
- Soundgarden Get Heavy on Previously Unreleased Song 'Kristi;' Listen The three-disc, 50-song set is being released on Nov. 24, and has seen a number of covers and unreleased tracks already shared in anticipation.
- Art Garfunkel Remembers Mike Nichols "Aahhhh how I loved Mike," Garfunkel said to Billboard. "Truly. Deeply."
- Yoko Ono, Flaming Lips Turn 'Merry Xmas (War is Over' Psychedelic: Listen Frontman Wayne Coyne takes the lead on the verses, while Ono helms the chorus she sang on the original over 40 years ago.
- Watch Rush's Neil Peart Give a Tour of His Drum Set "You can break my setup to a basic four-drum setup. Snare drum, tom tom, bass drum, hi-hat. And maybe add a floor tom."
- Q&A: Stewart Copeland of the Police Speaks on the Gaza Strip Conflict, 'Fancy Friends' Jam Sessions, Sting Copeland has unusual insight into the Gaza Strip conflict because he grew up in Beirut and spent much of his childhood in the Middle East.
- Arcade Fire, Bonnie Raitt, Jeff Tweedy, Eric Church Among Artists Celebrating Mavis Staples at Chicago Concert Staples was the subject of an elaborate tribute concert that included such guests as Emmylou Harris, Patty Griffin, Bonnie Raitt, Jeff Tweedy, Gregg Allman, Eric Church and two members of Arcade Fire.
- Parents of Sarah Jones Reach Settlement with Most of Gregg Allman Biopic Crew The legal ramifications from Jones' death during the making of the film 'Midnight Rider' are close to being settled.
- Motown Singer Jimmy Ruffin Dead at 78 His biggest hit was "What Becomes of the Brokenhearted"
- AC/DC Premiere 'Rock or Bust' at Packed NYC Club Spoiler alert: there's no real surprises, which in and of itself, shouldn't be a surprise.