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Stephen Colbert and Paul Simon

Paul Simon and Stephen Colbert Perform 'Me and Julio Down By the Schoolyard' on Late Show

Buzz 11:37AM EDT

When the first week of guests were announced for "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert," there was a lot of speculation as to whom the mysterious Paul Simon tribute band, Troubled Waters, could be. Turns out it was Simon himself accompanied by a whistling Colbert performing "Me And Julio Down By The Schoolyard."READ MORE

Foo Fighters perform in 2015

Dave Grohl, Foo Fighters WILL Perform in Washington D.C. on July 4th

Buzz 10:42AM EDT

Music Times reported earlier this week that the Foo Fighters could be in quite a bit of financial trouble if frontman Dave Grohl isn't able to bounce back quickly from the leg fracture he suffered a few weeks ago...but it seems our fears are assuaged as the band has hinted that he'll be back at the fore for the band's July 4th concert in Washington D.C.READ MORE

Dave Grohl's leg.

Dave Grohl's Injury Could Cost Foo Fighters Arm AND a Leg; $50 Million+?

Buzz 10:25AM EDT

Dave Grohl and the Foo Fighters are bummed that the band won't be able to tour for some time because of the frontman's leg injury, but a new report from Billboard suggests that the time away from the road will have a much greater impact on the band financially.READ MORE

B.B. King

B.B. King's Family Clashes with Manager Over Control of Legend's Affairs

Buzz 09:00AM EDT

B.B. King's continued health issues have opened the door to a more uncomfortable series of event's in the blues legend's life regarding his family's struggles with longtime manager Laverne Toney over control of the guitarist's care and property. Three of his children—Patty King, Rita Washington and Karen Williams—filed for control of their father's care, alleging elder abuse and theft on the part of Toney, although a Las Vegas court ruled that there was no proof of abuse to justify handing over control of his affairs.READ MORE

Jack White

Jack White Makes 'Six-Figure' Donation to National Blues Museum for Interactive Exhibit

Buzz 09:17AM EDT

Jack White caught flack when hacked e-mails revealed his distaste for the Black Keys allegedly ripping him off...so at least he's generous in acknowledging the musical acts from which he pieced to gather his signature style. The guitarist made a healthy contribution to the National Blues Museum, which is scheduled to open in St. Louis later this year. The organization told media that the dollar figure was in the "six figure" range.READ MORE

Dave Grohl

Dave Grohl Reflects on 'Foo Fighters: Sonic Highways' Series, Says Next Project Will Be 'Bigger'

Buzz 10:36AM EDT

Dave Grohl's love letter to American music, Sonic Highways, came to an end on Friday (Dec. 5). The Foo Fighters ended their journey in New York City, interviewing the likes of KISS's Paul Stanley, Public Enemy's Chuck D and record producer Rick Rubin. The frontman spoke with 'Rolling Stone' recently about the series and reflected on the epic journey.READ MORE

Dave Grohl

Dave Grohl Talks 'Sonic Highways' Finale That Airs Tonight, Foo Fighters Will Play Concert in New York After Screening

Buzz 15:01PM EDT

Dave Grohl's HBO series 'Sonic Highways' comes to a close tonight (Dec. 5) as the band makes its final stop in New York City. It is the eighth stop the band made while recording its eighth studio effort of the same name. Grohl and co. were joined by record producer Tony Visconti and singer Kristeen Young for the last track "I Am a River," which was recorded at The Magic Shop. The band will play a show tonight in NYC following a screening of the final episode at Irving PlazaREAD MORE

Foo Fighters

Foo Fighters Announce 20th Anniversary Independence Day Show With Joan Jett, LL Cool J, And More In D.C.

Buzz 11:39AM EDT

Foo Fighters are throwing a 20th anniversary celebration bash this Independence Day. To mark the milestone, the band will perform a concert in the nation's capital along with some special guests. The show takes place at the RFK Stadium and will feature sets from Buddy Guy, Gary Glark Jr., Heart, Joan Jett, LL Cool J, Trouble Funk, and Trombone Shorty.READ MORE

Musicians Hall of Fame induct Buddy Guy, Peter Frampton and more

Trending News 12:26PM EDT

The Musicians Hall of Fame inducted 12 new members at a ceremony yesterday in Nashville. Among the inductees are bluesman Buddy Guy, British rock guitarist Peter Frampton and pedal steel player and country singer Barbara Mandrell, according to Billboard.READ MORE

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