Members of Slayer say Jeff Hanneman died of alcohol-related cirrhosis.
They are seen as the progenitors of Chicano rock ‘n’ roll, the first band that had the boldness, and some might even say the naiveté, to fuse punk rock with Mexican folk tunes.
A group of tweens from the San Fernando Valley are rocking out across the country to raise awareness about bullying.
Country group Rascal Flatts received the 2, 480 star on the Hollywood Walk of fame Monday morning.
A former Los Angeles gang leader who took part in a 1990s kidnapping and murder spree has been sentenced to 218 years to life in prison.
Attorneys for Pizza Hut and The Home Depot are denying that a pair of ads improperly used music by The Black Keys.
The city of West Hollywood has declared Thursday “The Doors Day” in honor of the Los Angeles-based band.
A high school jazz band from Anaheim is getting national recognition.
Five guitars belonging to Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers were stolen from the Culver City studios where the band was rehearsing for an upcoming tour, a police sergeant said Saturday.
Levine recently told People Magazine that they changed the location of their upcoming Grammy afterparty because of a local Mexican restaurant’s stance on anti-gay marriage.
R.E.M., the alternative rock group that shook up the music world with its experimental, edgy sound and then earned multiplatinum success and a place in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame announced on its website Wednesday that it has “decided to call it a day as a band.”
Robert David Hall, best known as coroner ‘Dr. Al Robbins” on “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation”, is showcasing another talent besides acting this weekend. He will be performing with his band in Culver City.
Here’s a question the members of the duo The Civil Wars have been contemplating a lot lately: What’s the value of a star’s tweet? Or two? Or three?
The White Stripes are done. The groundbreaking rock duo, which helped revive and reshape a stale rock scene with their scorching, guitar-fueled, blues-tinged songs, is splitting up.
The judge presiding over the case refused the defense attorney’s request to lower the bail for the trio, claiming the stunt was so “over the top” that any reduction was unwarranted.