LISTEN: This week's top rock songs, according to the latest Billboard chart.
The two groups got top honors for their songwriting achievements at the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP) Pop Music Awards.
The new holiday will celebrate artists, industry leaders, and the teams who produce live music experiences for fans.
The rocker laughs off rumors of a split.
The tracks will be released on the same day as his new book, "How to Be a Man."
The rocker has ruled out an "MTV Unplugged" session with The Who.
Ozzy Osbourne says 2016 will include a final album and farewell tour.
Jay Z has "99 Problems" and we're guessing his controversial new streaming venture tops the list.
The rocker has shattered a record for ticket sales.
The Smashing Pumpkins star has a new gig.
The rocker shunned regular CDs in favor of the discs originally used for first generation video game console in 1994.
Bob Weir, Phil Lesh, Mickey Hart, and Bill Kreutzmann are reuniting under the official group name this July and rumor has it that Mayer is joining them.
Andy Warhol's short films featuring the music legends will be screened on a big billboard in the Big Apple.
The drummer is bouncing back from his feud with Ozzy Osbourne by announcing he will release two solo projects.
The drummer is battling carpal tunnel syndrome and will be temporarily replaced by former Slayer and Testament star Jon Dette.
The Who guitarist will be recognized for his ongoing support of the MusiCares organization.
The "Fare Thee Well" shows set for July 3-5.
The National Blues Museum in St. Louis got some six-figure support from the rocker.
The band has added 21 more shows to their farewell tour.
The upcoming documentary "Montage of Heck" includes unreleased tracks and rare footage of the late Nirvana frontman.