Papa Roach: Theory of Evolution

At one point, Papa Roach's songs were part of the soundtrack for angry young men, earning the band a spot on the 2000 Vans Warped tour and its rap-rock hybrid a series of appearances in videogames like "Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 2" and such action films as Jet Li's "The One."

Breaking & Entering: Serena Ryder

Serena Ryder was raised in Millbrook, a tiny town in southern Ontario, a place where she often felt misunderstood.

Andre 3000 Arrested For Speeding, Debuts Musical

Andre 3000 of the hip hop duo Outkast is free on bond after police charged him with driving 109 mph on a highway in suburban Atlanta.

Keith Urban’s ‘Defying Gravity’ Set To Soar

Keith Urban says that his new album, "Defying Gravity," represents a prolific period that followed his last release, 2006's double-platinum "Love, Pain & the Whole Crazy Thing."

Keith Urban’s ‘Defying Gravity’ Set To Soar

Keith Urban says that his new album, "Defying Gravity," represents a prolific period that followed his last release, 2006's double-platinum "Love, Pain & the Whole Crazy Thing."

Green Day’s ‘American Idiot’ To Be Stage Musical

Green Day's "American Idiot" is headed from disc to stage. Michael Mayer, the Tony Award-winning director of "Spring Awakening," is adapting the trio's 2004 concept album -- which sold 12 million copies worldwide and won Grammy Awards for Best Rock Album and Record of the Year -- for the Berkeley Repertory Theatre on Green Day's home turf in California.

Lady Gaga Tops UK Singles Chart For Second Week

Lady Gaga’s “Poker Face” (Interscope/Universal) started a second week  at No. 1 on the U.K. singles chart yesterday, ahead of a strong debut by London indie band the Noisettes with “Don’t Upset The Rhythm” (Vertigo/Universal).

Peter Gabriel Urges Mexican President To Stop ‘Feminicide’

Peter Gabriel met with Mexican President Felipe Calderón on Friday (March 27), urging him to increase his efforts to end the violence against women and murders in Ciudad Juárez and Chihuahua.  Gabriel was in Mexico City for a concert as part of a brief Mexican tour.

Pearl Jam’s ‘Ten’ Reissue Off To Strong Sales Start

Sony Legacy is predicting solid first-week numbers for its reissue of Pearl Jam's 1992 album "Ten"—55,000 total copies sold and, remarkably, 10,000 copies of the collector's edition, which is selling for $140 on the band's Web site and for $124.99 at Best Buy.

Composer Maurice Jarre Dies At 84

French musicians guild says Oscar-winning film composer Maurice Jarre has died at the age of 84. Jarre is best known for writing the haunting song "Lara's Theme" from the film "Doctor Zhivago."

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