In a new interview, Michael Stipe discussed a couple of music projects and a book where he tells his story through his own photographs.
The former R.E.M. frontman celebrated his hero's 70th birthday onstage with her in Chicago.
Michael Stipe stopped by 'The Late Show' to sing a headlines-inspired take on R.E.M.'s classic.
Five years after R.E.M.'s breakup, Michael Stipe is looking to get back in the game.
"It was two stunning evenings," Stipe wrote, "hearing songs that I grew up with, all contributors honoring the output of such an astonishing songwriter."
Long before they lost their religion, R.E.M. emerged from the indie underground with a haunting sound that blends folk, post-punk and garage rock into something ethereal.
After Stipe and Killer Mike, Sanders is racking up a very impressive list of lunch dates.
Tasked with following up their landmark debut, R.E.M. went looser and a little towards the heartland with their hugely influential 1984 effort, 'Reckoning.'
Not to be outdone, the Flaming Lips frontman performed "Life on Mars?" while seated atop Chewie's shoulders.
The R.E.M. frontman's lovely, piano-driven cover precedes his appearance at two David Bowie tribute concerts in New York City later this week.