Music greats paid tribute to singer-songwriter Lou Reed as a singular cultural voice, as the late Velvet Underground frontman entered the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
American blues legend B.B. King, hospitalized reportedly for dehydration stemming from diabetes, said Tuesday he was better and going home.
The original manuscript of Don McLean's enigmatic hit song "American Pie" sold at auction in New York on Tuesday for $1.2 million, Christie's said.
R&B queen Beyonce has quietly released a love song dedicated to her husband, hip hop mogul Jay Z, available only on his new streaming service Tidal.
Session Fest from A to Z welcomes jazz lovers to a 4 hours live show on April 4.
Rocker Avril Lavigne has revealed that she was bedridden for five months due to Lyme disease and felt she was dying.
Pop star Justin Bieber attended a mediation session in Miami over a lawsuit against him in which a photographer alleges that one of the star's bodyguards assaulted him.
A demo of a new song by former One Direction star Zayn Malik has been posted online, sparking a row between its producer and one of Malik's former bandmates.
Rap mogul Jay Z launched the rebranded Tidal music streaming service with major star backing.
Kazakhstani guitar player Artur Mashurov of Nodario band is taking part in the Guitar Solo Contest 2015.
Baikadamov’s Choir Capella performed on the stage of Zhambyl’s Philarmony on March 20.
Canadian singer Celine Dion will return to Las Vegas to perform the first of 40 shows on August 27, after a nearly year-long break to care for her cancer-striken husband.
Zayn Malik has left boy band One Direction but the group will continue without him.
Metallica's "... And Justice for All" was one of heavy metal's most influential albums, but fans who have listened to it have long asked -- what happened to the bass?
One Direction star Zayn Malik quit the world tour of the British-Irish pop phenomenon due to stress, a spokesman for the band said.
Rapper Kendrick Lamar's latest album has broken the first-day record on Spotify after its surprise early release, the streaming service said.
Bjork has become the latest among the rare number of pop stars to refuse to stream an album, saying it was a matter of "respect" for artists.
More than one billion young people risk damaging their hearing through listening to loud music, the World Health Organization (WHO) said.
Elvis Presley, the late "king" of rock-and-roll and former fixture in Las Vegas, will receive a symbolic return to Sin City with a reconstruction of his concerts.
Pop star Madonna told French radio that "intolerance" was now so high in France and Europe that "it feels like Nazi Germany."