Writing songs for a superhero blockbuster didn't seem like the type of thing Prince would be interested in, but he made an exception in 1989.
LCD Soundsystem fans, rejoice!
"The Ladder" was one of a handful of songs Prince wrote with his father in the '80s.
Eddie Vedder's 33-song set in Dublin went long, so he whipped out his checkbook during the show to pay the fine for breaking curfew.
"Run for Cover" was intended for 'Day & Age,' but Brandon Flowers wanted to rewrite the lyrics.
Death From Above has again removed the "1979" from its name and given us a new single called "Freeze Me."
The instrumentalists of Prophets of Rage devoted time to honor Chris Cornell during their concert in Berlin.
Bill Murray is touring with a classical trio with a program that includes readings from literature and songs by Van Morrison, George Gershwin and Stephen Foster.
Noel Gallagher's decision to miss last night's benefit concert for the victims of the Manchester bombing was met with derision by his brother Liam.
'Fickle Finger of Fate' is the first solo album from longtime Melvins drummer Dale Crover.