Depeche Mode still sell out big arenas and stadiums. Singer Dave Gahan talks about the current political situation and how he addresses it in his lyrics.
She is arguably the most hated woman in music history. Yet Yoko Ono is not only John Lennon's widow, she also stands alone as an artist. Her works spanning five decades are now on show in Leipzig.
A San Francisco appeals court has ordered a new trial in the plagiarism case involving Led Zeppelin and their song "Stairway to Heaven." The band faces accusations of stealing its riff from a 1966 song called "Taurus."
The rising interest in the Weimar Republic's hedonist lifestyle and sexual freedom that inspired authors like Christopher Isherwood comes at a time when many see worrying parallelisms in the surge of the far right.
The Rolling Stones frontman didn't have to wait long for success. But what might have become of Mick Jagger if he didn't get caught urinating by a gas station in 1965? At 75, the bad boy is rocking on.
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