“It is with great reluctance and disappointment that I announce my retirement from concert touring,” he said. “I have been so honored to bring my shows to the public for the past 50 years.Cancels dates »
The father of a young child with autism said he was "like a changed boy" after former world boxing champion Tyson Fury sat and chatted with him for 20 minutes and posed for selfies. After working on the boxer's show An Evening with Tyson Fury at Bristol's Marriott Hotel, events supplier Daniel Fry, 29, took his two children along to collect equipment - where they spotted the heavyweight, much to the excitement of one of the boys. Fry said his seven-year-old son Oliver, who has autism, immediately ran up to him "overly excited [and] tapping his feet and fingers".
Kendrick Lamar, SZA, Schoolboy Q and other Top Dawg Entertainment artists will unite for a North American summer tour.
Daryl Hall and John Oates and Train will tour together this summer, playing individual sets and one big collaborative performance.
With Neil Peart enjoying retirement, Alex Lifeson admits that the band has "no plans to tour or record any more."
Tom Petty's autopsy results are in, and they show the singer died from an accidental drug overdose as a result of taking a variety of medications.
The cause of death in the unexpected passing of Cranberries singer Dolores O'Riordan won't be revealed until an April inquest.
"The concern from my listeners was and is so intense that I wrote this song to honor America, not to demean it. Kindness, courage, and three chords are a powerful force. Kick ass... don’t kiss it."
When Jefferson Clay implied that Jason Warrior wasn’t a “true artist,” things got awkward, fast. Show host Fergie even looked like she was about to break it up at one point.
Searching for something to listen to this weekend? Yahoo Music has you covered with a rundown of some of this week’s biggest and buzzing releases, from artists including Fall Out Boy, Joe Perry, They Might be Giants, and more. Perry puts on his producer hat for this release, along with Bruce Witkin and Jack Douglas.
“I didn't know what to do. It was just this waiting, because I didn't know how long it was going to last. I kind of expected it to go a lot quicker, and then it's like -- nope, a year, two, three goes by.” Now Phillips is finally returning with his third full-length album, "Collateral."
“My friend, partner, and the love of my life is gone," DJ and record producer Olé Koretsky wrote in his tribute.