It was 15 years ago last week when a landscaper found Kurt Cobain's body sprawled out on the floor of his garage apartment. Time flies when you're dead, huh? His suicide will always be a shining example of why an aspiration to celebrity is such a vacuous exercise in ego. The guy could never admit ... More >>
Your daily dose of national music news for Friday, March 20, 2009... Lil Wayne and Scott Weiland are just two of the upcoming subjects on VH1's relaunched Behind The Music. Looks like Courtney Love is the only one who made any money from a publishing deal to license Nirvana's music. ... More >>
A bevy of new music DVDs, just in time for the holidays
Don't fret. Guitar Hero II kills the opening act.
Stuff your stocking with Nirvana
Check the Vegas odds-- it's time to predict this year's rock star deaths
Sliver: The Best of the Box (Geffen)
Thursday, September 15, at Smirnoff Music Centre
Last Days follows the final spiral of a tormented musician
Rock Swings (Verve)
In Your Honor (Epic)
Rearviewmirror (Greatest Hits 1991-2003) (Epic)
An often exasperating boxed set offers the final word on Nirvana's legacy
Fashionable retro rock has jumped the shark. Here’s why.
Metalheads are torn over the Brit sensation. And their problem is...?
Broken hearts and bleeding lungs
How I learned to stop worrying and love naked women
The left, turning right, was plain wrong to attack pop culture
Foo Fighters' Dave Grohl is always between rock and a hard place
Now that's what I call music
You know you're right, you can't lose with rare Nirvana
How did The Bone shock the Dallas radio world? With market research, double entendres and hair bands.
Or, how Eminem's new single spawned a dozen of the best (illegal) songs ever
Former Velocity girl Sarah Shannon strikes out on her own
Ronald Reagan was president, Michael Jackson and Phil Collins ruled the charts, and a bunch of little rock bands were changing lives
To Daniel Sinker and those who live on Punk Planet, punk is more than a musical genre
Sonic Youth's Lee Ranaldo discusses Joey Ramone, John Fahey and Britney Spears
Do What You Want (Foodchain)
MTV and Rolling Stone pick the 100 greatest pop songs ever, "from The Beatles to the Backstreet Boys." We demand a recount.
Stories from the City, Stories from the Sea (Island Records)
Fifteen years later, The Melvins are still willing to provoke and confuse
Saturday Night Live and DreamWorks Records team up for two not-ready-for-prime-time compilations
Farewell to 1995, a year in music we'd rather forget
Jay Farrar and Dave Grohl don't owe you anything
Lisa Loeb struggles with the expectations of success