Find out what's behind the nomenclature for some of history's biggest alternative bands.
Frontman Jakob Dylan could never escape the shadow of his legendary dad, but for a good chunk of the '90s, he became an icon entirely on his own.
The '90s radio mainstays will team up with ska revivalists the English Beat for a string of North American tour dates beginning in June.
Back in 1991, the eternal alternative underdogs from Milwaukee updated their early sound and gave the world their vision of "American Music."
Corgan and touring bandmate Sierra Swan delivered a straightforward take on the song last week backstage on Smashing Pumpkins' acoustic-electro tour, In Plainsong.
The story behind the strained creation and unconventional release of Wilco's landmark fourth album has ascended to the level of postmodern folklore.
A generational creative force and a seemingly ageless pop culture iconoclast, Prince seemed to be immortal. And, in a way, he actually is.
Bringing darkness to pop (or the other way around), U.K. post-punks Siouxee and the Banshees simultaneously became goth icons and dance club sensations.
The Milwaukee trio emerged from the indie underground in 1983 with a folk-punk cult classic that's become a timeless soundtrack wherever there's teen angst.
The former White Stripe and head of Third Man Records has teamed with second baseman Ian Kinsler in backing independent sporting goods company Warstic.