In the wake of the weekend's violence in Charlottesville, Wilco dropped a new song called "All Lives, You Say?" on their Bandcamp page Monday night. All proceeds from the song — the title of which…
Wilco is taking a stand against Indiana’s new Religious Freedom Restoration Act. On Monday, the Chicago alternative rock band tweeted exactly why they would be canceling their Indianapolis tour date…
Jimmy Kimmel takes his Lie Witness segment to Coachella, where slightly dazed scenesters enthusiastically endorse every fictitious band the interviewer comes up with — even Obesity Epidemic.
CBGB Festival has announced the final lineup of its inaugural film event, including the world premiere of rock doc "The Rise and Fall of the Clash." Program will also include Q&A events and special…
Although director Cameron Crowe didn't approach Sigur Ros frontman Jonsi about scoring "We Bought a Zoo" until the last day of shooting, in hindsight the choice seems like a foregone conclusion.
There were multiple dimensions of Neil Young's music on display at the MusiCares gala.
While the reunited Police may have been the biggest act at this year's Bonnaroo, it was the nearly omnipresent cameos of a legendary member of Led Zeppelin that created the biggest word-of-mouth stir…
Linkin Park's first album in four years, "Minutes to Midnight" (Warners), posted the year's biggest one-week tally, selling 623,000 copies in the week ended Sunday. The rap-rock act also established…
Never mind "Get Shorty" -- Rob Minkoff wants you to "Get Fuzzy." The Sony-based helmer's company, Sprocketdyne Entertainment, has inked a deal securing the rights to "Get Fuzzy," United Media's Darby…
Former Warner Bros. Records exec Gary Briggs has been named president of Vapor Records, a label founded by Neil Young and his managers, Eliot Roberts and Frank Gironda.