Beastie Boys Throw Down For Real Beasts At Rare Club Appearance

Group headlined concert benefiting animal-rights organizations; played songs spanning entire career.

Primus' Les Claypool Skewers Jam Bands In New Mockumentary

Claypool pokes fun at concert-tapers, Deadheads in his patchouli version of 'This Is Spinal Tap.'

Conservative 'Protest Warriors' Take On The Left At RNC March

Around 75 members join NYC march to heckle and debate.

From 'Ha, Ha' To 'Wish You Were Here': Why Cell Phones Have Killed The Concert Bic

Impulse to call friends, family during deafening performance often springs from primal motivations.

Prayers Answered & Sexual Fantasies Fueled: Must Be Morrissey

Outside Moz's concerts, fans tell more than you want to know.

Paul Simon Nabs Brian Wilson For Summer Trek

Legendary songwriters to hit road June 9.

Blue Oyster Cult: Don't Fear The Reissues

Re-releases of first four studio LPs to include live cuts, outtakes, demo versions; liner notes penned by Lenny Kaye.

Simon And Garfunkel Albums To Be Reissued With Bonus Tracks

Previously unreleased demos, alternate takes and singles added to five era-defining works.

Joe Strummer Set To Release Third Solo Record

Label spokesperson says Global a Go-Go sounds more Van Morrison than Clash.

John Phillips' Collaboration With Rolling Stones Set For Release — Finally

After years of being lost and found, LP by late leader of Mamas and the Papas hits stores April 24.

Yes + Symphony Orchestra = Yessymphonic Tour

British progressive-rock standard bearers to bring symphony orchestra along on summer tour.

Former Pavement Guitarist Forms Preston School Of Industry

Scott Kannberg's new trio will release its first album, All This Sounds Gas, this summer.

Motherhood, Morbidity Inspire Whole New Shawn Colvin

On first album since 1996, singer/songwriter explores different themes, but 'honest, melodic' sound stays steady.

Motley Crue Dish 'Dirt' In Upcoming Autobiography

Co-author Neil Strauss helps tell epic story of band that epitomized '80s rock decadence.

Mötley Crüe Dish 'Dirt' In Upcoming Autobiography

Co-author Neil Strauss helps tell epic story of band that epitomized '80s rock decadence.

'Divas Live' Salutes Aretha Franklin

Backstreet Boys, Kid Rock, Janet Jackson help honor soul great.

Ryan Adams Reflects On Pneumonia, Gold

With Whiskeytown's last album freed from label-merger limbo, frontman looks back at band's demise and forward to his next LP.

Parsons, Rundgren, Entwistle, Wilson Come Together On 'Abbey Road' Tour

Package features set of Beatles songs, other FM hits; opens June 15 in San Diego.

Wings Retrospective To Cover The Hits And The History

Wingspan, due May 8, will be accompanied by television documentary of same name.

Kid Rock, Backstreet Boys To Join In Salute To Aretha Franklin

Latest 'VH1 Divas Live' will also feature Marc Anthony, Janet Jackson, Mary J. Blige.

Tracy Chapman, Patti Smith To Salute Bob Dylan

Event sponsored by The New Yorker will explore singer's cultural significance over past four decades.

Eagles Will Work On New Album After Summer Tour, Henley Says

Band will trek across Russia, Europe, then begin writing for first studio LP since 1979's The Long Run, drummer/singer says.

Matthew Sweet, Fountains Of Wayne, Jonathan Richman On Kinks Tribute Album

Yo la Tengo, Queens of the Stoneage, Fastball also on This Is Where I Belong: The Songs of Ray Davies and the Kinks, due July 24.

Styx, Bad Company, Billy Squier Touring Together

Late-'70s/early-'80s acts to play 40 North American dates, beginning May 10 in Cleveland, ending July 14 in Illinois.