Red Hot Chili Peppers Albums Ranked in Order of Awesomeness
Check out how we rank each of the Chili Peppers' albums, do a little dance and then drink a little water.
Prince Autopsy Reveals No Signs of Trauma or Suicide
The pop icon was last seen the night before staff found him unresponsive in his Paisley Park compound early Thursday, according to authorities in Minnesota.
Pearl Jam Pay Tribute to Prince, Infuse ‘Yellow Ledbetter’ With ‘Purple Rain’
Eddie Vedder said, "If there was anyone I thought would be playing when he was 80 or 85, it was gonna be Prince."
Eddie Vedder Covered the Beatles’ ‘Blackbird’ Too (and Pearl Jam Didn’t Break Up Either)
A few days after Dave Grohl covered the Beatles song at the Oscars, Pearl Jam posted a video of Vedder performing his own version during his 2008 solo tour.
Are Foo Fighters Really Finished? Here Are Seven Things They Could Announce Tonight
Dave Grohl and the gang are making an 'official band announcement' tonight and while breakup rumors are swirling, there are plenty other possibilities (realistic and otherwise).
Watch Dave Grohl’s First Oscars Red Carpet Interview: ‘Everybody’s Surprisingly Sober’
The head Foo Fighter is set to perform at the Oscars tonight and part of that deal apparently means an obligatory red carpet interview with Chris Connelly.
Dave Grohl Will Give a ‘Special Performance’ at the Oscars
It's not entirely certain, however, what the Foo Fighters frontman will be playing at the ceremony on Feb. 28.
David Bowie Reportedly Planned to Release a ‘Long List’ of Material Before He Died
The albums are "divided into eras" and "will not necessarily be released in chronological order" beginning next year.
Watch Dave Grohl and Members of Metallica, Slayer + Pantera Cover ‘Ace of Spades’
The one-off supergroup covered the Motorhead classic in tribute to Lemmy Kilmister at the annual Dimebash in honor of the late Pantera guitarist Dimebag Darrell.
Slash Pays Tribute to His Former Velvet Revolver Bandmate Scott Weiland With ‘Sucker Train…
The hirsute guitar god and singer Myles Kennedy performed the 2004 Velvet Revolver song in honor of the late Weiland during a New Year's Eve show in Las Vegas.