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Inside Howard Stern’s 60th Birthday Bash: A-Listers Turn Out in Droves to Celebrate Shock Jock

Bryan Cranston, Robert Downey Jr., Jimmy Fallon, Seth Meyers, David Letterman, Barbara Walters, Adam Levine, Chris Christie and Steven Tyler were just a few of the stars who joined the celebration.

Reggae Singer Junior Murvin Dies at 67

UPDATED: His 1977 hit "Police and Thieves" chronicled the social upheaval of the times, notably in England, where it gained notoriety among punks and was later covered by The Clash.

10 Scary Movies for Halloween, According to Filter’s Richard Patrick

Among the films on the frontman's list are the original "Halloween," "The Blair Witch Project" and "The Shining."

Jane’s Addiction’s Perry Farrell on Walk of Fame Star and Kardashian Allure (Q&A)

The band is honored by John Densmore, Taylor Hawkins and John Doe at the Wednesday, Oct. 30, ceremony.

Jan Kuehnemund, Guitarist for All-Girl Metal Band Vixen, Dies at 51

Originally signed to EMI, the band released its self-titled debut, which spawned the hit singles "Cryin' " and "Edge of a Broken Heart," in 1988.

Filter Drummer Barred From Denver Eatery Due to Neck Tattoos

"This is prejudice pure and simple," frontman Richard Patrick tells THR.

Sting Leans on Childhood Memories for ‘The Last Ship’: Concert Review

The Police frontman contemplates his lot in life as he pens his most ambitious project yet: an album and Broadway show.

Metallica Light Up the Apollo: Concert Review

Vowing "Never Before and Never Again," the metal band makes its presence known on Harlem's famous boulevard. There goes the neighborhood!

Rocker Matt Sorum, ‘Glee’s’ Jane Lynch Raise $275,000 for School Arts Programs

Through the organization Adopt the Arts, funds will be appropriated to select schools within the L.A. Unified School District and in Pakistan.

Chester Bennington and Richard Patrick on How Not to Be a Scott Weiland ‘Caricature’ (Q&A)

The Linkin Park singer, currently handling vocal duties for Stone Temple Pilots, and the Filter frontman talk about their current tour, music industry experiences and future plans.

Adam Ant, New Wave Pioneer, Makes Triumphant Return — Puffy Shirt and All: Concert Review

As colorful and swaggering as his videos ever were, the dandy highwayman is still looking flash and grabbing our attention.

Al Jourgensen on His New Book, the End of Ministry and Learning to Love Facebook

Six months after the death of guitarist Mike Scaccia, the industrial music pioneer is paying tribute to his departed bandmate while looking back at a storied rock 'n' roll life.