The Musicians & Bands Channel has information about the greatest musicians and bands that have made a huge impact in the music industry.
Known as the King of Pop and beloved by millions, Michael Jackson died at his home in California on June 25, 2009. Though his heart failure was ruled a homicide, questions still linger after his death.
For a week in 1964, the Beatles had 12 songs on Billboard's Hot 100. See our list of the Beatles' top singles.
Some musicians love a place so much they name their band after it. See our list of 10 bands named after places. Can you guess what bands made the list?
Music festivals are a great way to see your favorite bands alongside your fellow fans. See scenes from some of the major music festivals around the country.
Some of the most valuable records on the market aren't what you'd think they would be. Did any favorites from your vinyl collection make the list?
Some bands don't even need to be real to produce a hit song! See our list of 9 fictional bands with hit songs, including The Blues Brothers and The Chipmunks.
Madonna is one of the top-selling artists in pop music history. See our list of Madonna's 25 most popular songs including 'Material Girl' and 'Like a Virgin.'
Woodstock is possibly the most famous concert of all time -- the capstone of an era and a highlight in music history. See our list of all 32 bands that performed at Woodstock including Jefferson Airplane, Janis Joplin, and Sly and the Family Stone.
Elvis Presley is rightly known as 'The King of Rock 'n' Roll.' See our list of Presley's top 30 songs, including "Love Me Tender," "Hound Dog" and "Heartbreak Hotel."
For a week in 1964, the Beatles had 12 songs on Billboard's Hot 100. See our list of the Beatles' top singles, including "Yesterday," "Hey Jude" and "She Loves You."
The Rolling Stones have been making and performing music for 45 years, for wide generations of fans. See our list of 19 of Rolling Stones' greatest hits, such as 'Start Me Up' and '(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction'.
U2 songs are famous for having powerful messages that can take on many different meanings. See our list of the stories behind 29 U2 songs including 'Sometimes You Can't Make It on Your Own' and 'Sunday Bloody Sunday.'
Elvis Presley's death on August 16, 1977, saddened the world. After a long battle with health problems, the king of rock 'n' roll had fallen.
There have been a number Elvis Presley collectibles produced throughout his life that reflected the stages of his career. Elvis's manager, Colonel Tom Parker, used collectibles as a way to market his client. Learn about Elvis collectibles.
Meet the man behind the mystique -- read our collection of honest and down-to-earth quotes from Elvis Presley. Learn about his life, opinions and experiences in this article.
Elvis Presley's albums and musical innovation defined a generation and set the stage for future performers. These albums helped Elvis build his reputation as the King of Rock and Roll. Explore the best albums of Elvis Presley.
In this Elvis Presley biography you can follow the King from his birth to his untimely death. Elvis's humble beginnings allowed him to gain acceptance with his fans as "one of them." Learn about the life and times of Elvis Presley.
Elvis Presley revolutionized the way we thought about music, movies, and the price of celebrity. Three decades after his death, Elvis continues to influence American pop culture. Learn about the life, songs, and films of Elvis.
From 'Love Me Tender' to 'Jailhouse Rock,' Elvis Presley's recordings have become an integral part of American culture. You can hear his songs everywhere from parties and weddings to your local grocery store. Read the stories behind the songs.
Elvis Presley starred in over 31 movies. There has been no other actor that is less appreciated than Elvis. Learn about his early, serious acting attempts and how his film career evolved to focus on musical comedies.