The new documentary “Tom Petty, Somewhere You’ll Feel Free: The Making of Wildflowers” captures the late music legend at his creative peak.
The famously outspoken musician opens up about selling his publishing during COVID, streaming services, and why he thinks “Rupert Murdoch should be taken out and shot.”
The Welsh singer opens up about his new album, how America lost the plot under Trump, and why everyone needs to get vaccinated so we can all start grooving out again.
The legendary shock rocker opens up about his new No. 1 album, golfing buddy Donald Trump, and his journey to becoming a born-again Christian.
Robbie Robertson opens up about The Band, the end of the Trump era, Michelle Latimer and Elizabeth Warren claiming to be Native, plus saving Keith Moon and Bob Dylan from drowning.
The Bright Eyes frontman on supporting Planned Parenthood, being forced to have a bodyguard, and the sad state of the Republican Party.
Yoko Ono, Julian Lennon and more remember the Beatles’ great cultural icon, who would have turned 80 years old today.
It was peak Britpop that’s stood the test of time. Noel Gallagher and others recount the making of the sophomore album, which was released on Oct. 2, 1995.
Paul Saltzman was 24 when he studied with the Beatles under the Maharishi in Rishikesh, India. His new film, “Meeting The Beatles In India,” chronicles the eye-opening experience.
The former Jam and Style Council frontman—and British icon—has a new album out and plenty to say.