Rolling Rock Festival Organizers Vow Show Will Go On

Concert, to be headlined by Red Hot Chili Peppers, faces possible lawsuit over venue.

Stone Temple Pilots, Christina Aguilera On Roster For Summer Radio Concerts

Stations across the country offer big-name concerts at lower ticket prices.

Allmans Replace Founding Guitarist Dickey Betts For Summer Tour

Group calls move a result of 'creative differences.'

No WTO Combo's Live Album Revisits 'Battle In Seattle'

Protest band includes former members of Nirvana, Soundgarden, Dead Kennedys.

Mandy Moore Grows Up On I Wanna Be With You

Teen singer says album shows she's more confident, mature.

Indie Label Creates Summer Fest For Underground Pop Fans

Olivia Tremor Control's Bill Doss will debut his new band, The Sunshine Fix.

Bad Religion Continue To Preach Gospel Of Punk Rock

Veteran band's 14th album features production by Todd Rundgren, return of Brett Gurewitz.

Crescent City Nouveau

Blink-182 Slow Down Tempo, Speed Up Charts

Pop-punks score with uncharacteristic single 'Adam's Song.'

Influential Art-Punk Band Wire Reunites A Second Time

English quartet to play eight shows May 2–15.

Sunny Songs Of Insecurity

Sunny Songs Of Insecurity

Jill Sobule Returns With Playful, Eclectic Pink Pearl

Dropped by label, stricken with writer's block, 'I Kissed a Girl' singer rebounds.

Home Is Where The Heartland Is

S Club 7 Seek To Be Next Spice Girls

UK pop band takes multimedia route.

Teen Sues Black Crowes For Alleged Hearing Damage

Nineteen-year-old claims to suffer tinnitus from attending roots rockers' show last year.

Mariah Carey Recovering From Food Poisoning

Singer listed in fair condition after eating raw oysters.

Garbage And Ozomatli Label To Fold

Almo Sounds was formed in 1994 by trumpeter Herb Alpert and record mogul Jerry Moss.

Ben Folds, Posies, B-52's Help Make Memorial To Young Pop Fan

Pop and rock bands contribute tracks to San Diego man's collection of late girlfriend's favorite artists.