by John Gallagher, Detroit Free Press - June 4, 2013
The musician's gift saves the famed venue where The Who and the Rolling Stones once played.
by Chloe Kent, Special for USA TODAY - May 29, 2013
The EDM work ethic? "It's not work hard, play hard; it's just work hard."
by Brian McCollum, Detroit Free Press - May 21, 2013
Eight Mile Style says a Facebook ad lifted music from Eminem's 'Under the Influence.'
by Bill Keveney, USA TODAY - May 16, 2013
The winner and runner-up talk backstage after Thursday night's coronation.
by Ann Oldenburg, USA TODAY - May 13, 2013
Katy Perry joined Mick Jagger on stage for 'Beast of Burden.'
by Edna Gundersen, USA TODAY - May 10, 2013
The blues great received the Chairman's Award for Sustained Creative Achievement
by Jerry Shriver USA TODAY, USA TODAY - May 6, 2013
The New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival ended its seven-day run.
by Kim Willis, USA TODAY - May 2, 2013
He hadn't toured with Slayer since 2011, when he contracted a flesh-eating disease.
by Maria Puente, USA TODAY - April 29, 2013
If the first pro athlete can come out, is it really possible there are no gay movie stars?
Born in Abbott, Texas, on April 30, 1933, Willie Nelson, the original Red Headed Stranger, the father of Outlaw music, as American an icon as they come, turns 80 on Tuesday. Here are just a few highlights from all of his years on the road.
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