Despite their best efforts, 'Welcome to Wherever You Are' tended to be viewed as a throwback to an earlier era – and INXS suddenly an instant relic.
Like many bands that came of age during New Wave's peak years, INXS didn't stick around in one place for too long.
INXS came back from a lengthy hiatus with 'Elegantly Wasted,' but it would soon mark the end of an era.
How a tumultuous affair, numerous legal battles, addictions and declining fame contributed to INXS star Michael Hutchence's death.
In 1991, INXS simultaneously released its first live album, 'Live Baby Live' and a concert video shot during their sold-out show at Wembley Stadium.
Bonnie Raitt stopped by the outdoor stage on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live!' to perform a song from her most recent album, 'Dig in Deep.'
The good news is that surgery was so successful that chemotherapy and radiation therapy are not necessary parts of the recovery process.
Dennis Farriss, the father of brothers Jon, Tim and Andrew, has passed away.
After 35 years of togetherness and weathering what could have been a career-crippling storm when original singer Michael Hutchence committed suicide in 1997, INXS are calling it and day and are breaking up. Drummer Jon Farriss made the announcement mid-set at the band's show in Perth, Australia, yesterday (Nov. 11.)