RIAA, with support from music community, requests judge curb popular MP3-trading software.
New biography explores writing and music of one of rock's most respected writers.
Orange County, Calif., band continues to mine '70s culture with sixth disc.
Songs by artists such as Kid Rock and Madonna would be made available online.
British punk troubadour and American country-rockers look at new side of folk icon.
Jimmy Jam, Deftones, Blink-182, Third Eye Blind weigh in on controversial program.
Psychiatric evaluation was ordered for Michael Abram in attempted-murder case.
Addicted to Noise founder Michael Goldberg says he left because of a power struggle.
Source close to band calls the sales, a potential trademark infringement, a prank.
Some say music file-sharing programs herald the dawn of a new era.
Details of violation unavailable, but rocker had been under investigation for drinking alcohol.
Sincere Furnace Room Lullaby proves former punk is a genuine country inheritor.
First album without Nina Gordon features a lot of 'ranting and screaming.'
Fans, radio, club owners say band just worn down by fatigue of past several years.
Indie music retailer blames popular program for plummeting sales.
Band has endured death, arrests, lawsuits, falling sales.
Singer/guitarist says band hopes to stage farewell U.S. tour before packing it in at end of year.
Damages already exceed $100,000, with punitive penalties expected.