The Peppers unironically played “Fire” — just as actual fires broke out at the ill-fated festival. But it was all a big misunderstanding.
Since 'Stranger Things' Season 3 premiered, streams for “The NeverEnding Story” have surged by 2,000 percent... and its singer is the most surprised of all.
Thirty years ago, Yankovic was primed to be a matinee idol. Now he's getting the last laugh.
The 56,000 attending fans roared with excitement, knowing that this would be the closest thing to a Beatles reunion they’d ever get to witness.
Some say an anti-disco rally in Chicago 40 years ago was merely protesting a musical genre, but others argue something nastier was at its core.
"I predicted was he would not have a hit after that. ‘What are you going to follow that up with? What are you going to write about — flying to Jupiter, flying to Mars?’ says producer Tony Visconti, who passed on Bowie's breakthrough single.
Phoebe Kochis's parents were once told "not to expect much" and that their daughter "would never do normal things." But those doctors were very wrong.
To prepare for the premiere of 'The Cure: Anniversary 1978-2018 Live in Hyde Park London,' we had Pope share the stories behind his most iconic Cure videos.
This week’s episode offered the series's biggest opportunity yet: a chance to get a song on the "Hobbs & Shaw" soundtrack.
Half a century ago, Jones became a member of the “27 Club,” when he drowned in his swimming pool at Cotchford Farm.
The rapper urged fans to listen carefully to his "C7osure" lyrics, punctuating his tweet with a rainbow emoji.
"I want to draw attention through my platform as an artist to a problem in America that is out of control and is taking the lives of innocent people. This crisis can end if our legislators act to change the laws that fail to protect us all."
“They were going to point out the essential problems and oppressions involved in being gay at that time, which was you were quite likely to get beaten up somewhere," says video director Bernard Rose.
McAnally has become one of the biggest country songwriters of all time, despite being an openly gay man in a historically conservative scene.
Thirty-five years later, Prince's iconic band members reflect on a cinematic journey that changed the lives of everyone involved and made concert film history.
“There will never be another Nipsey Hussle. ...His emphasis on the power of equity and ownership of our art led the charge of independence and created a blueprint for up-and-coming artists today to follow,” proclaimed T.I. Sunday.
Lil Nas X and Cyrus’s “Old Town Road” wasn’t nominated at the BETs, but the odd couple stole the show with their genre-smashing country-rap revue.
“To have a voice and not to have not used it fully… I would tell my younger self, ‘You've got an audience. You should tell them things.’”
The original, stripped-down "Time" has finally been released after a decade-long search for the lost track.
It had been a hard journey for the struggling songwriter and beatmaker, who'd “thrown his life away” at age 15 after a back injury derailed his Olympic future.
Blood clots and a car accident won't stop Barker, who's survived much worse, including a plane crash. “I just don't take no for an answer," he says.
“When you have something like Lauren has, a disease that stops you breathing, it wouldn’t stop her dancing. That’s real bravery," said Nigel Lythgoe.
The musician and activist also notes, “The interesting part about people saying that celebrities should just shut up is that the ones that are criticizing me often voted for the guy that hosted 'Celebrity Apprentice.'"
Onstage at his first Pride performance, Pierce told the audience, “I used to pray not to be gay. Now I pray to be more gay. Gay is good.”
Looking to challenge herself and branch out, Ballerini chose an 'Empire' songwriter's tune as her next single instead of a safer choice.