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We all had our favorite rock idols growing up, and for many of us, those guys were already getting a little past their prime by the time we even started listening to their music.
Dude frankensteins a bass into a piano and creates some freakishly good music. Wait for it...
In Henley v. DeVore, a federal court recently held that senatorial candidate Charles DeVore?s two political advertisements featuring the songs "The Hope of November" and "All She Wants to Do Is Tax" infringed Don Henley?s "The Boys of Summer" and "All She Wants to Do Is Dance," ruling against DeVore?s fair use defense.
A year after his death, the legal and financial problems that tarnish the King of Pop's legacy have greatly diminished -- and his music is more popular than ever.
We reported last month that California ex-drug kingpin Ricky "Freeway" Ross was suing Miami rapper Rick Ross, for, basically, creating brand confusion and preventing Freeway from profiting off his own name and image.
We all wanted to grow up to be rock stars. And apparently rock stars wanted to grow up to be in the movies. Some embarrass themselves and decide against quitting their day job. But others actually aren’t half bad at the whole acting thing.
The young YouTube sensations from Staten Island share their feelings about Michael Jackson's life and death, and perform one of his most beloved songs for the anniversary of the King of Pop's death.
Shot today while roaming the grounds of the Playboy Mansion
The live album, once an obligatory component of a band's discography and in some cases, a defining work, doesn't seem as culturally prevalent as it did 35 years ago. Where's this generation's "Frampton Comes Alive"?
WTF?! Macedonian goat-head gaidi made by Risto Todoroski...
Michael Jackson's estate has earned more than $250 million in the year since he died, according to lawyers.
Google is preparing to roll out a music download service tied to its search engine later this year, followed by an online subscription service in 2011, according to people familiar with the Internet giant's discussions with the music industry. Google's proposals are still vague, say these people, and it's unclear whether it has struck any...
Folks say that you've found someone new. To do the things I used to do for you. Just call my name, I'm not ashamed. I'll come running back to you.
After a thorough pummeling by the music industry, peer-to-peer (P2P) file-sharing software vendor LimeWire Inc. will launch a subscription-based music service for consumers. While service to launch this year, RIAA says it would still pursue lawsuit, injunction.
The history of "rock and roll," as a term, is fairly simple to tell, but the story of rock and roll, the cultural phenomenon, is far more difficult to pin down, some would even say "impossible." Why? Because music, especially this sort?rebellious, spontaneous, even, "dangerous"?resists the conventions of historical timelines.
A general list of some Internet radio and music streaming services with a brief description of their features. Feel free to add additional suggestions (including links) in the comment section.