Nile Rodgers has been re-elected as the chairman of the Songwriters Hall of Fame for a second three-year term.
The group will continue its tradition of covering a specific album or an artist’s entire catalog, with an evening of music by rock legends The Rolling Stones, with cameos from a who’s who of local and regional musicians.
Paris Jackson feels “really grateful” that her past attempts to take her own life were unsuccessful, as she's in a better mental state now than she was as a teenager.
Robert Smith has claimed The Cure's next two albums might be the last because the "intense" process of making "very emotional" music is too much for him to handle.
Taryn Manning's rocker girlfriend Anne Cline got down on one knee and asked her to be her wife at her concert.
The Stone Roses won’t tour again “anytime soon”, according to bassist Mani, who says he would rather go fishing than get back on stage.
Liam Finn is determined to help protect the "legacy" of Crowded House.
Bassist Todd Ashburn, who grew up in Winston-Salem, now lives in Nashville, Tenn., on a 125-acre homestead that has been used for music videos and an independent movie. Ashburn is one of the creators of funk metal band Candy Pig. He does a lot of session work and tours with bands.
Christian Gray’s love of music is intertwined with his love for the people he’s had the opportunity to play with.
Summer Music Shindigh in downtown Winston-Salem to feature The SteelDrivers, Unspoken Tradition, Chatham County Line, The Vagabond Saints' Society and a silent disco party. A different concert will be held every Friday in June.
Willow Smith has explained that she learned how to play the guitar in order to "really call herself a musician".