Keith Richards is writing a children's book. He really is. The Rolling Stone who came to define the adults-only lifestyle of rock has a deal with Little, Brown Books for Young Readers for a picture story called "Gus & Me: The Story of My Granddad and My First Guitar."
Wayne Kramer is proudly "a guy that comes from an era of being highly critical of the government -- and is still fairly critical of much of what our government does." But when it comes to putting rock stars on U.S. postage stamps, the MC5 alumnus is all for it.
Uh oh: The giant Doritos vending machine stage is back. But so are 2,200 acts as Austin walks the fine line of enticing indie influencers as brands pay for it all -- and the battle for its soul remains in the balance
Danielle Bradbery, whose "Heart Of Dixie" single is currently sitting at No. 14 on the Country Radio Airplay chart, visited five high schools across the nation to help bring the message of awareness of music education to school leaders, parents, and students.
The guys of the Fray have been making music together for over a decade… but how well do they really know each other? The band's Dave Welsh, Joe King and Isaac Slade found out during a recent visit to Billboard's New York studios, where they played a great game of "How Well Do You Know Your Band Mates?"
Chromeo has been dropping a series of spectacular dance tracks ahead of its fourth studio album, "White Women," and one of the highlights has been the unapologetic throwback groove "Jealous (I Ain't WIth It)." The Chainsmokers has put its spin on "Jealous" with a sumptuous remix of the track -- check it out now.
"The Possibilities Are Endless" is a unique combination of an art film and documentary. At its heart is a story of recovery -- specifically from a hemorrhagic stroke -- and a love story, a tale of dedication, mystery and memory, rather heady stuff for a tale of a Glaswegian rock star.