- Tower Records Immortalized in New Doc Featuring Former Employee Dave Grohl, Bruce Springsteen “It’s just a missing part of our society now.”
- U2 Premiere New Video for 'Song For Someone' The moody black clip and white juxtaposes images of the vastness: deserts, oceans, space, and of course Bono.
- Darlene Love "Forbidden Nights" Video Features All-Star Cast If star power is what you want from a music video cameo, it’s hard to beat the group that Darlene Loves assembled.
- Taylor Swift Responds To Zayn Malik After He Shades Her On Twitter She took a page out of Zayn Malik’s book, retweeting tweets that defended her or sided with her.
- Lionel Richie Named MusicCares Person Of The Year Pharrell, Lady Antebellum and Luke Bryan will perform Lionel's songs at the annual MusicCares Person of the Year event in February.
- Steven Tyler To Headline Pilgrimage Festival Willie Nelson, Wilco, Weezer, Sheryl Crow, Cage the Elephant will also perform.
- College Professor to Spend a Year Living as David Bowie A British college professor will live as David Bowie for a year, immersing himself in every way possible in order to better understand the iconic rocker.
- The Beatles' First Contract Can Be Yours for $150K, and Other Items in New Auction Per the contract, they earned $80 to record "My Bonnie."
- MTV's Moonman Statue Gets New Look for 2015 Awards MTV has decided to give their award a new look for its 2015 ceremony, via designer Jeremy Scott.
- T-Bone Burnett Says Elton John's New Album is Finished Elton's "Diving Board" album, Burnett says, was a "parlor record." As for the next one? "This is a festival."
- Stevie Wonder Announces Final 'Songs In the Key of Life' Dates The shows feature Wonder playing the entire 1976 double album "Songs in the Key of Life."
- Security Alert For 'Straight Outta Compton' Falls Flat Universal said, “The studio has not solicited enhanced security for theaters that will be showing the film this weekend, but has partnered with those exhibitors who’ve requested support in their locations.”