After a busy couple of years off, Sleater-Kinney returned in August 2002 with their most pointed and experimental album to date.
Amidst uncertainty about her parents drug habits, Frances Bean Cobain was born to Kurt Cobain and Courtney Love on Aug. 18, 1992.
After years of bad luck in the record industry, the Austin, Texas band built some momentum with their fourth album, released in August 2002.
In the summer of '77, the Police traded their founding guitarist for Andy Summers and played their first gig with their famous lineup in Birmingham, England.
Ron Howard's second film as a director included songs music from Burt Bacharach, Rod Stewart, Marshall Crenshaw and Talk Talk.
The slick soundtrack album for the 1987 vampire flick features elder statesman (Roger Daltrey), up-and-comers (INXS) and plenty of saxophone solos.
We're looking at the musicians that helped make R.E.M. one of the most important bands of the '80s and beyond.
After his punk band broke up, Billy Idol began a solo career and released his first solo LP, which included "White Wedding," on July 16, 1982.
In addition to the inspiration of modern pop music and Japanese noise rock, the Flaming Lips' 'Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots' also drew from '70s folk.
In 1982, Paul Westerberg's new song "Kids Don't Follow" was the impetus for releasing a new recording.