In a poison pen post in which she calls DCP's executives "stooges," O'Connor tears into their potential plan to join the singer and Pope Francis...
Watch Murray sing "Shelter From the Storm"
A new game from Jimmy Fallon also gifted us Bob Dylan singing "Rude"
Oscar-winning composer and star celebrates Blu-Ray release of original film by joining cast onstage in Los Angeles
TCA 2014: David Nevins says David Duchovny wanted to die on "Californication"
Auction house calls the sale of Dylan's original lyrics for the classic 1965 song a record for pop music manuscripts
The theatrical production is one of two recent musical experiences that helped me expand my horizons beyond Motown
This summer's video music awards will be the first major awards show to take place at the recently reopened venue
"God bless Rubin Carter and his tireless fight to ensure justice for all," said Denzel Washington, who played the wrongly convicted boxer in "The Hurricane"
StarVista Entertainment/Time Life will release the celebrated series starring Fred Savage, Danica McKellar, Dan Lauria and Daniel Stern
The iconic folk singer invokes all that it means to be America for the car company's game day spot
Went from blacklist to singing at Obama's inauguration
The singer nabs her own episode of the cable channel's intimate Grammy and Emmy-winning concert series
New York Times critic's Twitter feed is referenced in creative ad in his own paper
Leather strap and hardshell case included
Ethan and Joel Coen talk with TheWrap about their struggle to find the right guy to play a Greenwich Village singer circa 1961
The actor's side job as a musician came in handy when the Coens were trying to cast the uncastable title role
Authenticity has been in dispute
The "Inside Llewyn Davis" star tells TheWrap screening-series crowd that so much went right -- especially that first meeting with T Bone Burnett
Coen Brothers' latest looks at Greenwich Village folk scene
YouTube artist Lindsey Stirling has more fans than any other violinist on the video site, but mainstream success is next
Cinema Eye's roster of 25 movies that inspire current filmmakers ranges from rock docs to political films
In a time of "disposable music," rock icon Robertson revisits a 40-year-old album he never liked, and writes a children's book about musical legends
The last time Burnett hit the road with a Coen brothers soundtrack, "O Brother Where Art Thou" sold 8 million albums
The recording studio in a small Alabama town churned out hits such as "Mustang Sally," "I Never Loved a Man," "Wild Horses" and many more
Bradeley has suffered some public scolding since playing Lord Walder Frey
Lynch, who released his first solo album in 2011, will release a second full-length album, titled "The Big Dream," in July
His rousing opening set kicked off the famous music festival in 1969
As the founder of Crawdaddy!, Paul Williams launched the first magazine of serious writing about rock 'n' roll
The iconic singer-songwriter will be first rock star in the century-old arts organization