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Ailing Glen Campbell moved to new care facility

The country music legend has returned to a care home as he continues to battle late stage Alzheimer's disease.


Bruce Springsteen auctions off lasagna

In addition to a guitar, the "Born to Run" hitmaker auctioned off portions of his mother's homemade lasagna at the Stand Up For Heroes charity event in New York.


Aerosmith scrap 2016 tour plans

The rockers ditched plans for a tour so frontman Steven Tyler could work on his country music project.


Billy Idol heading to Sin City

The singer will stage Billy Idol: Forever at the House of Blues venue at the Mandalay Bay hotel and casino through May.


Steven Tyler launches Janie’s Fund

The Aerosmith rocker has launched a new charity initiative to support young girls who have been sexually abused or neglected.


Beach Boys star Mike Love releases decades-old Christmas single

"(You'll Never Be) Alone on Christmas Day" took 36 years to complete, but it's finally done.


John Lennon’s guitar sells for $2.4M at auction

An acoustic guitar used to record and write "Love Me Do," "I Want to Hold Your Hand" and other hit songs has been sold.


Cornell gets large donation of Velvet Underground material

Author and collector Johan Kugelberg has donated 25 boxes of albums, unreleased recordings, handwritten lyrics, posters, fliers and rare photos to Cornell's Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections.


Glenn Frey’s health woes force postponement of Eagles’ Kennedy Center honor

The Eagles will not participate in the Dec. 6 tribute and will postpone their honor to next year.


Phil Collins must be stopped (or so says a petition)

Not everyone is excited for the former Genesis star's musical comeback.


Kurt Cobain’s iconic cardigan up for auction

A cardigan worn by the rocker at one of Nirvana's most famous concerts is expected to sell for up to $60,000 at auction.


Ozzy heading back to TV

Ozzy Osbourne and his son Jack are doing another TV show together.


Journey drummer Deen Castronovo apologizes

The rocker says if he had not been arrested, he would probably be dead.


Rocker Rod Stewart continues song writing return with new album

Singing about a soldier serving abroad or bedtime for his young son, rocker Rod Stewart continues his comeback to song writing with new album "Another Country" and says his attitude to penning tracks has changed with age.


Justin Bieber storms out of a concert in Norway

Canadian pop singer Justin Bieber abruptly canceled his concert in Oslo on Thursday night after performing just one song.


Lady Gaga gets jazzy at AIDS research tribute to Ryan Murphy

Lady Gaga is continuing her jazzy period.


Could it be? Phil Collins reportedly coming out of retirement

The Genesis star is setting up a studio in his home in Miami, Florida, and plans to start work on recording new music next month.


Black Sabbath ditch plans for ’13’ follow-up

Ozzy says it's time to call it quits.


Black Sabbath extend farewell tour

Black Sabbath are prolonging The End.


Michael Jackson is still the king of cash

The King of Pop has been named the top-earning dead celebrity of 2015.

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