Teen singer Justin Bieber poses with his pre-haircut locks backstage at the 53rd annual Grammy Awards in Los Angeles, in February.
Dr. Dre and Justin Bieber had fans and viewers talking about this year's Grammy Awards show. It was the first time Dr. Dre has appeared on live TV in over ten years.
A National Bed Bug Summit in Washington seeks to make headway against bed bug infestations across the US. The new approach: integrated pest management.
Mick knows better than to hope for record sales or worry about illegal downloads, says guest blogger Douglas French. He figured out the music industry decades ago.
The 30 years that have passed since John Lennon's death have done little to diminish him as one of the most respected musicians of the 20th century. As a member of one of the most successful and influential songwriting teams of all time, he changed the face of popular music. Lennon was a mad experimenter, a avant-garde visionary who not only responded to the tenor of his day, but set it. He was also a master of wide appeal, able to temper his unorthodox impulses with approachability. Many of his innovations are now essential components of pop music. Here are six of his most influential songs:
Rolling Stones legend Keith Richards and Harvard economics professor Greg Mankiw share more than you might think.
As the West gears up for a NATO summit, free nations must consider how to be smarter about their tools of influence.
Obama's iPod was a topic in a new Rolling Stone interview with the president. The new article said Obama's iPod playlists range from Bob Dylan to Lil Wayne.
Paris Hilton was denied entry to Japan Tuesday because of her conviction for cocaine possession in the US earlier this week.
John Mellencamp says that the Internet blew up his "Cherry Bomb," along with the rest of rock 'n' roll.