Green Day is back with "Revolution Radio," and bassist Mike Dirnt couldn't be happier to leave the past few years where they belong, behind him.
This ain't your mama's Bon Jovi.
With Twisted Sister in his rearview mirror after 40 years of glam metal mayhem, vocalist Dee Snider has unleashed a torrent of creative fury on his new solo album, "We Are the Ones."
Beyonce conquered a stage she's never performed on: The singer sang her twangy song "Daddy Lessons" alongside the Dixie Chicks at the Country Music Association Awards on a night celebrating the organization's 50th anniversary.
Universal Music Publishing Group has won the exclusive rights to administer Prince's vast song catalog, from "Alphabet St." to "Little Red Corvette."
Grammy-winning bluegrass and country artist Ricky Skaggs and bluegrass singer-turned-country star Chris Stapleton were honored at the ASCAP Country Music Awards on Monday night.
Bruce Willis and John Mayer sang the blues at the Jazz Foundation of America's annual benefit concert which honored two legendary pianists, Dr. John and McCoy Tyner.
French singing legend Charles Aznavour, one of the 20th century's most prolific songwriters who remains active at 92, was honored Thursday with a Hollywood star presented by California's Armenians.
When Shawn Mendes went into the vocal booth to sing "Mercy," the gravelly, deep, emotional rock song from his latest album, he discovered a new side of himself.
In the 15 years since The Strokes became a breakout global sensation, guitarist Nick Valensi has found comfort in the shadows, taking the limelight only when he wants.