Ever since frontman Win Butler was accused of sexual misconduct by several people in 2022, Arcade Fire's hometown scene has struggled with how to respond.
It's hard to overstate the kindness and good-natured humor the U2 singer and guitarist brought to this set, where they performed reimagined songs from All That You Can't Leave Behind.
Rossington was the last surviving original founding member of the Southern rock band, known for its anthemic "Free Bird," among many other hit songs.
For a world hell-bent on erasing the memory of the last three years, Paramore approaches hard times with a refreshing sense of self.
Pink Floyd's historic album Dark Side of the Moon turns 50 years old today – cognitive psychologist Daniel Levitin joins us to discuss its twisting psychological themes.
Meaty riffs, disembodied screams and... Curtis Mayfield? Anaiah Lei carefully curates samples to acknowledge past freedom fighters and provide windows of hope.
Britanny Fousheé is not an artist who can be boxed in. In her Tiny Desk set, she flexes her eclectic artistry and vocal — and emotional — range.
Hayley Williams was just a teenager when her band Paramore became a pop-punk favorite – now in her 30s, Paramore is back with an album that shows pop/punk can age gracefully. It's called This Is Why.
Amy Ray and Emily Saliers have been offering life lessons to their fervent fans for nearly four decades; here, they play a set of stone-cold classics, including "Closer to Fine."
Tom Verlaine, singer and guitarist for the iconic 1970s rock band Television, died at 73 years old.
As they have every year since 1986, members of the Hall will select from a group of nominees – though these days, the nominees tend to represent a wider spectrum of popular music.
The founding father of American punk and a fixture in the 1970s New York rock scene died Saturday as the result of a brief illness.
When the Beatles embarked on the tour that helped launch the British Invasion in 1964, Paul McCartney had a 35mm camera on hand to help document the history-making mayhem.
The Chicago band pulls from a mix of Latin influences to create their unique take on psychedelic rock.
Sophie Allison and crew finally, after a three-year delay, make their Tiny Desk debut in a lovingly performed set.