'The African Queen' on DVD at last, Jamie Cullum's latest burst of talent on a new CD, a tale of forgiveness on Lifetime, and more.
Stooges frontman Singer Iggy Pop (l.) performs with Billie Joe Armstrong of Green Day (r.) after being honored with his band during the 2010 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel in New York, Monday. Although The Stooges achieved only limited mainstream commercial success, they are widely regarded as being among the earliest innovators of punk rock.
Spencer Quinn's new dog mystery, 'Coco Before Chanel' out on DVD, a celebration of music from the civil rights movement on PBS, and more.
The country Elizabeth II once knew exists no more, says a historian.
Even in this age of iTunes and Rock band video games, the supergroup has found an audience and an album hit.
One of Woodstock’s creators looks back on the festival’s 40th anniversary.
The pop star left $500 million in debt and plenty of assets, but his posthumous branding could ultimately determine his legacy.
Venues for up-and-coming artists are disappearing as copyright licensing fees get stiffer, although some relief is in sight.