To Dave Grohl, Foo Fighters are "a fluke."
But in rock 'n' roll, not many flukes can boast three platinum albums, a fourth headed that way and more radio hits than many longer-lived groups have enjoyed.
Led Zeppelin may experience a whole lotta love for the group's new DVD and live album projects, but guitarist Jimmy Page cautions fans against getting their hopes up for a reunion of the legendary hard rock band.
DETROIT, May 22 (UPI) -- With a new name and a new attitude, the world's largest free electronic music festival is set to take place again during Memorial Day Weekend in downtown Detroit. Movement: Detroit's Electronic Music Festival launches on Saturday.
DETROIT, May 12 (UPI) -- Lamont Dozier recalls that he and partners Brian and Eddie Holland were "sort of ignored" in the early days of Motown. Then, the trio wrote and produced "Come and Get These Memories," a Top 30 hit for Martha & the Vandellas in 1963.
DETROIT, May 9 (UPI) -- Eminem's manager had good news and bad news for Weird Al Yankovic.
The good news is that the rap superstar granted Yankovic -- who specializes in pop song parodies -- permission to satirize "Lose Yourself," Eminem's Oscar-winning hit from the 2002 film
COLUMBUS, Ohio, May 8 (UPI) -- Mick Fleetwood declared that "We're back!," and the crowd at Ohio State University's True Value Arena here on Wednesday night greeted that as good news after Fleetwood Mac opened its first concert tour since 1997.
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