"I believed in the '60s that it was my responsibility as an American, if I didn't like the way the government was doing something, to say something about it and do something about it," says MC5 survivor and punk godfather Wayne Kramer.
"I got sober in 2008. March the 2nd, 2008. I know the date exactly. I always think of that day as 'the day that I became sane.'"
"The ball's in Gene and Paul's court. So fans, if you want it, speak up. Tell Paul and Gene what to do — because you pay their salary."
"The curtain came in front of us, and we cried. Cried, cried so hard. We were so heartbroken! We thought that was the end of it all.”
The rapper took a moment at Las Vegas's Life Is Beautiful festival to honor the victims of the deadliest mass shooting by an individual in modern U.S. history, which occurred in Vegas on Oct. 1, 2017.
Six years after Simon Cowell's No. 1 fan became a fan favorite on the American "X Factor," her dying husband urged her to pursue her dream across the pond.
“I had two kids, and I didn't want their earliest memories of me to be this burned-out drug addict," the Guns N' Roses guitarist says of his decision to get sober in 2006.
Slash, guitarist of Guns N' Roses, says the band didn't have a predatory relationship with girls. "It was a lot more the other way around, in some cases! Some the songs were sort of sexist in their own way, but not to be taken that seriously."
Judges described Travis Wall's moving number, inspired by his painful coming-out experience, as “transcending the competition” and “a masterpiece."
It took 31 years, a worthy cause, and Daisy Duke to bring an original Monkee and members of the New Monkees together.
"You have no idea how that makes me feel, just parent to parent, to look someone in the eye and say, 'Thank you for loving your kid no matter who they are.'"
The Season 10 contestant and chart-topping recording artist discusses her reality TV experience, the #MeToo movement, being role model, and reclaiming her sexuality and her authentic voice.
To celebrate Abdul's first tour in 25 years, Yahoo Entertainment asked her to pick her favorite routines from Janet Jackson's "Nasty" to that famous 'Coming to America' wedding scene.
The bizarre event was witnessed by only about 100 patients, but it's now known one of the most legendary and infamous concerts in punk history.
“This is what I wanted to do in the first place, and then the record company made me put it out without the videos, because they didn't believe in the record." So says Young.
Some singers were picked by America, some were saved by their respective coaches, but regardless, a few talented contenders were sadly passed over, including one once predicted to win the entire show.
It was a dramatic double-elimination night on The Voice this week, while onetime frontrunner Davon Fleming having to sing for the Instant Save and underdog Adam Cunningham surprisingly avoiding the bottom three altogether. Instead, it was Team Miley’s Ashland Craft and Team J.Hud’s Shi’Ann Jones who
The Voice live shows continued this week, and while Monday’s top 11 episode featured many highlights, including stunning performances by frontrunners Chloe Kohanski and Addison Agen, Tuesday featured was literally one of the most shocking results in the series’ 13-season history, when Janice Freeman
'The Voice' live shows began this week, and Monday's top 12 episode was literally one of the best performance nights in the series' 13-season history. So get ready for perhaps the least shady episode in 'The Day After' history!
Today, we break down the top 24's performances, assess the top 12 moving on to the live shows, and wonder aloud if Blake Shelton really is the Sexiest Man Alive.
Ever since her early days in the pioneering new wave band the Go-Go’s, Jane Wiedlin has been fearless, expressing herself with no concerns about following the rules. After the Go-Go’s retired from touring last year, the 59-year-old pop/punk icon wasted no time in forming a new project, the indie-psych