John Lennon News
Andrew Garfield sings John Lennon's 'Happy Christmas' and Cliff Richard's 'Mistletoe and Wine'
Garfield appears on "Popcorn With Peter Travers" to talk about his new film, "Breathe."
Revelations about music legends Bono, Bruce Springsteen, Mick Jagger
The new book "Sticky Fingers" chronicles the life of Rolling Stone magazine founder Jann Wenner and sheds light on music greats.
The Latest: Storm blamed for odd odors on British flights
Several flights to British airports have been diverted because of unusual odors on board thought to be associated with the remnants of Hurricane Ophelia
What's new on Netflix, Hulu and Amazon in October
"Stranger Things" fans, rejoice! The second season of the popular Netflix series premieres on the streaming service on Oct. 27, and to tide users over until then, films including "Boogie Nights, "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, and "I Love You Man" will become available starting today. On
Fifth Harmony singer says she was warned against coming out as bisexual
Fifth Harmony's Lauren Jauregui came out as bisexual last November even though she said people advised her not to talk about it. Jauregui, 21, said she was warned by family and friends and also by record-label executives who told her she shouldn't be so open about her personal life. "A lot of
Foster the People, Jacob Banks and other artists reveal their craziest fan stories, what's on their tour rider
While fans at the Meadows Festival in New York City this weekend donned their flower crowns, dusted off their comfiest shoes and planned their schedules of acts to see each day, festival headliners like Foster the People , Jacob Banks, flor and DREAMERS had their own very different pre-show
Review: The Foo Fighters' 'Concrete and Gold' is reliable, but without a catchy single
1/2 Going into the Foo Fighters' new album, “Concrete and Gold,” there’s a bit of a worry. Dave Grohl has pretty much abandoned the straightforward formula that made the band’s first three records such resounding classics, switching up the sound for something more rooted in middle-of-the-road,
The Beatles' Apple Corps wins copyright-infringement lawsuit over 1965 Shea Stadium concert footage
The Beatles ' holding company has emerged victorious in a lawsuit launched last year by a company founded by Sid Bernstein, the late promoter of the band's famous August 1965 concert at Shea Stadium in New York, over ownership of footage from that show, ABC News has confirmed. Sid Bernstein
Darryl McDaniels discusses his new music, his DMC comic book legacy and how he overcame suicidal thoughts
DMC's Darryl McDaniels discusses his memoir "Ten Ways Not to Commit Suicide," music and love of comic books.
Tupac Shakur letter reveals why he split from Madonna
A letter that will soon go up for auction was written by Shakur during his time in prison and explains that the late music legend dumped pop icon Madonna because she's white.