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Report: B.B. King Not Poisoned

Initial findings from an autopsy of the late B.B. King are not supporting his daughter's allegations that the music legend, who died May 14 at the age of 89 in Las Vegas, was poisoned. Read more...

Zeppelin’s Cheeky Response To “Stairway” Lawsuit

Led Zeppelin and their legal team have finally responded to the “Stairway To Heaven” copyright infringement lawsuit filed against them, and it’s hilarious. Read more...

B.B. King’s Daughters Say Death Was Result Of Poison

The death of B.B. King took a strange turn over the weekend when some of the music legend's daughters raised the question of whether he was murdered rather than dying in his sleep on May 14 at the age of 89. Read more...

WATCH: Grohl Joins McCartney On Stage For “I Saw Her Standing There”

Fans at the Paul McCartney show at London’s O2 Arena this past weekend got quite the surprise when Dave Grohl decided to stop on by and join in during “I Saw Her Standing There.” Read more...

Happy Birthday, Bob Dylan!

Today Bob Dylan celebrates his 74th birthday. Since his self-titled debut album in the early ‘60s, Dylan’s career has spanned more than five decades, with the continued release of classic albums and hits like “It Ain’t Me Babe,” “Like a Rolling Stone” and “Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door.” Read more...

May 23, 1969: The Who Release 'Tommy'

The Who’s Tommy made its mark in history today in 1969 by becoming the first-ever rock opera. The double LP, written almost entirely by Pete Townshend, chronicled the story of Tommy, the “deaf, dumb and blind” child abused by family members who becomes a master of pinball through rhythms and vibrations. Read more...

Ron Wood Talks Stones Zip Code Tour

After a surprise show in Los Angeles on Wednesday (May 20), the Rolling Stones kick off the formal part of their Zip Code Tour on Sunday (May 24) in San Diego. Read more...

Recap: Stones Surprise L.A. Club Show

While the rest of the country was saying goodbye to David Letterman, The Rolling Stones got their Zip Code Tour of North America off to an unofficial start on Wednesday night (May 20) in Los Angeles. Read more...

WATCH: Bob Dylan on ‘Letterman’

What a way to go out. Read more...

New Pete Townshend “Best Of” Set Due Out June 30th

While he prepares for the July 9 release of his Classical Quadrophenia, The Who`s Pete Townshend has announced a June 30 release for Truancy: The Very Best of Pete Townshend, which will be part of an extensive reissue campaign for his entire solo catalog. Read more...

Bob Dylan Serving As Letterman’s Final Musical Guest

Bob Dylan will be David Letterman's final musical guest as the veteran late-night host prepares to say goodbye this week. Read more...

B.B. King: 1925-2015

B.B. King, one of the most influential and iconic guitarists and bluesman of all time, has died. He was 89. Read more...

LISTEN: Steven Tyler’s New Single “Love Is Your Name”

After much hype and build-up, Steven Tyler has finally unveiled his new solo country single “Love Is Your Name.” Read more...

Phil Collins Studio Albums Set For Reissue Campaign

The reissue campaign trend has found a new follower in Phil Collins! Read more...

Coolest Stepdad Ever: McCartney Performs At Stepson’s Grad Party

Paul McCartney livened up his stepson's college graduation party this weekend by playing a song for the invited guests. Read more...

Who News Round-Up: Glastonbury, Postponed Dates

Lots of news to report on The Who today! Here’s the latest: Read more...

Report: Joni Mitchell Recovering, Could Be Leaving Hospital Soon

Good news for Joni Mitchell and her fans: It looks like she could be released from the hospital soon! Read more...

Paul McCartney On Working With Kanye West: “Woah, what am I going to get into here?”

The recent collaborations between Paul McCartney and Kanye West has definitely been one of the most surprising in recent memory, and despite his incredible five decades plus career, even Sir Paul himself was a bit nervous of what would come of it. Read more...

Happy Birthday, Lou Gramm!

Lou Gramm, former lead singer of Foreigner turns 65 today, however, if Lou could give us a present, it would be for him to tour with Foreigner one more time. Read more...

The Who ‘Live At Shea Stadium 1982’ Coming To DVD June 29th

The Who is digging into its vaults to release one of its classic shows of yesteryear -- at New York's Shea Stadium on October 13, 1982 during the group's first "farewell" tour. Read more...