The Stone Roses won’t tour again “anytime soon”, according to bassist Mani, who says he would rather go fishing than get back on stage.
Noel Gallagher doesn’t think Little Mix deserved their Best British Group win at the 2021 BRIT Awards, as he claims they are "not in the same league as Oasis", who won the trophy in 1996.
Wolfgang Van Halen has opened up about making his very "personal" debut studio album and teased that it's nothing like his late father Eddie Van Halen's music.
Coldplay’s upcoming album was inspired by ‘Star Wars’, as Chris Martin says the movies made him wonder what musicians from other planets sound like.
Liam Finn is determined to help protect the "legacy" of Crowded House.
Robert Smith of The Cure is going to release his "noise" album as a solo project but has teased two new records from the goth rockers.
Niall Horan has revealed the one condition he has for a One Direction reunion.
Brian May has warned musicians that they have to "face up to" the fact they might not get to tour arenas again due to the "very clever" and fast evolving nature of COVID-19.
Coldplay performed a gig for just one person - Chris Martin's singing teacher - but she wasn't impressed.
Noel Gallagher has confessed that he's not a fan of Oasis' mega-hit 'Wonderwall' because it's unfinished.
H.E.R. has revealed she was almost in a band with Kehlani and Zendaya.
The Goo Goo Dolls have unveiled their compilation collection, 'Rarities', set for release on June 25.
Lindsey Buckingham says that he never got "closure" with former partner Stevie Nicks as they both continued to work with Fleetwood Mac.
Chris Martin has admitted that although he misses playing live for people he is trying to fill the void with other activities.
Gary Barlow believes it is a "good sign" that Take That have "lasted this long" as he admits he feels "lucky" to be in a group with such "happy guys".
E Street Band guitarist Steven Van Zandt has revealed that he and Bruce Springsteen became friends in the late 1960s because they were both "misfits" who saw "rock and roll as a religion".