The family of AC/DC's founding member Malcolm Young has confirmed the rocker is being treated for dementia, which has forced him to leave the band. "Malcolm is suffering from dementia, and the family thanks you for respecting their privacy," Young's family said in a statement, according to People.
Kanye West and Paul McCartney are rumored to be collaborating, according to New York Post's Page Six. What's more surprising is one song's tentative title: "Piss On Your Grave." "West's wife Kim Kardashian has been heard telling friends she was a little surprised they chose such a provocative name, ... More >>
Kurt Cobain's life and death is unarguably the most discussed, dissected and speculated benchmark in the music industry. Now, twenty years after his death, we're still enamored with the man who sparked the grunge period and shaped the music of the '90s. Despite the end of Cobain's life and career, ... More >>
Paramore is back, and busier than ever. The band just completed its first destination cruise with fans (cleverly dubbed Parahoy!), which included four days and nights aboard the Norwegian Pearl, sailing from Miami to Great Stirrup Cay. Fans enjoyed two outdoor shows by Paramore, a Q&A on the cruise ... More >>
Did you know that Michael Bolton's real last name is 'Bolotin'? (Pronounced 'below-tin'). Or that he is a major Scrabble nerd? These are important things to know. Bolton's talent supersedes any genre. He has worked with an eclectic array of musicians, including: Pavarotti, Cher, Barbra Streisand, B ... More >>
Motörhead is set to rock Coachella this year. We're glad that legendary badass Lemmy Kilmister is feeling healthy after "paying for the good times" (his words) by being diagnosed with haematoma and heart problems last year. The real question is: Will Motörhead's presence prompt Coachella hipsters ... More >>
Katy Perry makes headlines every time she talks about her boobs, so maybe that's why she brings up her Big Gulps in nearly every interview. Here she is in February's GQ Magazine: "I lay on my back one night and looked down at my feet, and I prayed to God. I said, 'God, will you please let me have bo ... More >>
Queens of the Stoneage frontman Josh Homme is so badass, he 'died' and came back to life in 2010 (after surgery complications). Mortality ain't got nothin' on this rocker! Homme never has difficulty speaking his mind either. Who could forget this memorable dis he gave Jay-Z during a radio interview ... More >>