Pearl Jam, Foos, Lips To Salute The Who On VH1

Pearl Jam, Foo Fighters and Flaming Lips have signed on to perform at VH1's third annual "Rock Honors," which this year will salute the Who. The event will be held July 12 at Los Angeles' Pauley Pavilion and air five days later.

Gutter Twins Not Looking Past Album, Tour

With their first album out, 45 shows behind them and another 50 or so coming up, Greg Dulli and Mark Lanegan are pondering the future of their joint project, the Gutter Twins.

Sonic Youth Sets Track List For Starbucks Compilation

The album is due June 10 exclusively in Starbucks stores in New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, San Francisco, Seattle, Boston, Philadelphia and Washington, D.C., as well as online.

Ace Hood

The cards definitely have been dealt in rapper Ace Hood's favor.

The Billboard Q&A: AI Finalist Ramiele Malubay

At only 4'11", Ramiele Malubay packs a mean punch with her big voice. Born in the Middle East, almost becoming Mulan and bracing for the tour, the spunky 24 reveals more about her experience on AI.

The Billboard Q&A: AI Finalist Kristy Lee Cook

Kristy Lee Cook may be from Oregon, but she gave her AI appearance a hearty Texas try. The 24-year-old talks to Billboard on her experiences in the Lone Star State, being formerly signed to a major and her interest in martial arts.

The Billboard Q&A: Chikezie

At 22, California native Chikezie proved to be one of the most mature contestants in this seventh season. With his faith in check, and a love of the Beatles and bluegrass, this young singer discusses his aspirations that go well beyond his age.

The Billboard Q&A: ‘American Idol’ Top 10

As season seven draws to a close on May 21, pulls aside each of the top 10 finalists for a bit of history, reflection on their AI experience and each contestant's hopes and dreams for the future.

Summerbirds In The Cellar

It's rare for a band to be hand-picked by an act as big as R.E.M. to play as an opener, but that's precisely what happened to Summerbirds in the Cellar at South by Southwest this year.

Ten Minute Turns

Visual and audio art go hand in hand with Brooklyn's Ten Minute Turns.

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