- Joni Mitchell May Have Had a Brain Aneurysm She may soon be transferred to a rehab facility.
- N.W.A is the Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame's Biggest Miss Yet Love them or hate them, few artists have made the impact that N.W.A., and its individual members have, over the past quarter century.
- U2 Turn Back the Clock with Epic L.A. Club Show For the intimate concert at L.A.'s club Roxy, Bono and company reached back to the band's beginnings for the fan-focused setlist.
- Bruce Springsteen, Joan Jett, Roger Daltrey Pay Tribute to Pete Townshend at MusiCares Event A young Bruce Springsteen's first concert was the Who opening for Herman's Hermits. A week later, he created a Townshend-esque spectacle at a show at a Catholic School.
- Bleachers' Jack Antonoff, Metallica's Robert Trujillo Among Bonnaroo SuperJam 2015 Participants It'll take place Saturday night of the festival at 1:30 a.m.
- Michael Jackson Molestation Lawsuit Dropped The judge cited that too many years had elapsed.
- Rolling Stones Debut Alternate Take of 'Dead Flowers' Off 'Sticky Fingers' Reissue: Listen The reissue is out in stores June 9.
- U2 Honor Fallen Tour Manager Dennis Sheehan Live in Los Angeles "He always thought maybe U2 could be the next Led Zeppelin, which of course is impossible."
- Riot Fest 2015: Modest Mouse, No Doubt & More Headline Chicago, Denver, Toronto Lineups Iggy Pop, Faith No More and Motorhead also top select festival bills.
- Eddie Money Supported a Struggling Bon Jovi with Cold Cuts Back when Bon Jovi was a young opening act, singer Eddie Money helped them out with food and cash.
- Steven Tyler's Country Album Is Apparently a Cross Between Mumford & Sons, Johnny Cash's Final Album "I’ve certainly got a dark side like Johnny Cash’s last album."
- B.B. King Estate Lawyer Calls Poisoning Allegations 'Baseless & Unfounded' "I hope over these next few days we can focus on Mr. King's musical gifts to the world and not fictional statements made by those seeking attention at the expense of Mr. King."