When Adam "MCA" Yauch died on May 4, 2012, it marked the end of the Beastie Boys – but not his lasting impact.
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Sheila E.'s 'The Glamorous Life' might have seemed like another in the line of star vehicles for Prince's latest flame. Instead, it was the beginning of a deeply rewarding collaboration.
We spoke with three members of the Revolution and Vernon Reid about Prince's smash hit, "Let's Go Crazy."
We spoke with Carl Newman about lengthy tours, his band's career and making an album without Dan Bejar.
After you make the 'Sgt. Pepper' of hip-hop, what do you do for an encore? If you were the Beastie Boys in the early ’90s, you started over.
The year after Prince's death has been marked by tributes to the late star, plans for the release of unheard music and tours of his Paisley Park mansion.
The Clash wanted a riot of their own. And so they created one in the grooves of their self-titled debut album in April 1977.
INXS came back from a lengthy hiatus with 'Elegantly Wasted,' but it would soon mark the end of an era.
Thanks to the surprising Top 10 success of "Luka," Suzanne Vega's second album, 'Solitude Standing,' turned her into a household name.
Prince fired the Revolution, then combined elements of two shelved projects and came out with arguably his greatest work, 1987's 'Sign 'O' the Times'