Led Zeppelin Thankful 'Stairway' Rift Is SettledThe Latest on a copyright lawsuit against members of Led Zeppelin over the Intro to "Stairway to Heaven."
Led Zeppelin Leaders Face Questions Over 'Stairway' OriginsThe stage was a federal courtroom. The band was Led Zeppelin. And the song was one of rock's best-known anthems.
Foo Fighters Sue Insurers Over Terrorism PolicyThe Foo Fighters are suing insurers for failing to reimburse them for European shows they cancelled following the Paris terrorist attacks in November.
Rapper Lil Wayne Hospitalized after 2 Seizures on PlaneLil Wayne is in stable condition after suffering what his publicist describes as "two minor seizures."
'Hamilton' Wins 11 Tonys but Fails to Break Record"Hamilton," the hip-hop stage biography of Alexander Hamilton, won the 2016 Tony Award for best new musical, capping an emotional night in which many in the Broadway community rallied to embrace the LGBT community after a shooting at a gay Florida nightclub.
Madonna, Stevie Wonder Pay Homage to Prince at BillboardMadonna paid homage to Prince by wearing his signature color and bringing another icon — Stevie Wonder — onstage to sing the classic "Purple Rain" at Sunday's Billboard Music Awards.
R&B Singer Jason Derulo Says He 'Loves' Country MusicR&B singer Jason Derulo has a lot to learn from country star Luke Bryan if he hopes to blend into the music scene in Nashville. The two teamed up for an episode of "CMT Crossroads" that combined each singer's musical swagger and rump-shaking hits like Derulo's "Want to Want Me" and Bryan's "Strip It Down."
Def Leppard Meets Arkansas School for the Deaf LeopardsThe British rockers behind a string of hits in the 1980s and '90s including "Pour Some Sugar on Me" and "Photograph" met Wednesday before their show near...
Colorado Inmate Claims Prince is His Father, Seeks DNA TestA Colorado prison inmate has filed a paternity claim with a Minnesota court against the estate of Prince, the latest claimant in what could grow into a long line of people asserting that they're entitled to a piece of the musician's fortune.
Country Stars Plan to Continue Playing in North CarolinaBruce Springsteen, Pearl Jam, Ringo Starr and other artists plan to skip North Carolina performances as part of a musicians' boycott over a new law that limits protections to lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people, but several stars at Sunday's American Country Countdown Awards said they plan to stand by their fans.
Prince Was a One-Man Band and a Friend to Many OthersThe nearly-40 year career that ended with his death Thursday was hardly a private party.
Magic Memories: Prince's Warmth and Wit Shone in PrivateSlight, soft-spoken and just 5-foot-2, Prince improbably cut an imposing figure.