Longtime R&B and gospel singer Bobby Womack, who was known for such hits as "It's All Over," died Friday at the age of 70, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Womack was suffering from colon cancer and diabetes at the time of his death, a representative for Womack's label XL Recordings said.
The child of two musicians, he began his career as a member of...
Krist Novoselic, Dave Grohl
The heart of rock & roll really is still beating.
The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame staged its 29th annual induction ceremony at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn back in April, and HBO will air excerpts of the event on Saturday. This year's inductees spanned six decades of music, including Nirvana, KISS, Hall and Oates, Cat Stevens, Linda Ronstadt, Peter Gabriel, the E Street Band and, for the first time ever, two managers: The Beatles' Brian Epstein and The Rolling Stones' Andrew Loog Oldham.
Here are 10 highlights from the ceremony that will be shown on Saturday's special — as well as five backstage moments that viewers won't get to see:
Time is definitely on Mick Jagger's side. The 70-year-old frontman for The Rolling Stones is now a great-grandfather...
Mick Jagger, L'Wren Scott
Mick Jagger is speaking out about the suicide of his longtime girlfriend, fashion designer L'Wren Scott.
"I am still struggling to understand how my lover and best friend could end her life in this tragic way," the Rolling Stones singer posted on his Facebook page Tuesday, along with a photo of Scott.
Rolling Stones, L'Wren Scott (inset)
The Rolling Stones were set to launch a six-concert Australian tour Wednesday, but have postponed the show after the death of fashion designer L'Wren Scott, who was the longtime girlfriend of Stones frontman Mick Jagger.
Adam lambert, Marrialle Sellars
Another day, another American Idol dream crushed. Tuesday's episode kicked off Rush Week, in which only 10 of the Top 15 girls were chosen to sing live in their bid for the finals.
Nirvana, KISS and Cat Stevens are among the acts who will be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame next year, the organization announced Tuesday.
They will be joined by Hall and Oates, Peter Gabriel and Linda Ronstadt at theApril 10 ceremony at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn.
Andy Johns, a music producer and sound engineer for such bands as Led Zeppelin, the Rolling Stones and Van Halen, died Sunday. He was 61.
Johns had been hospitalized for about 10 days prior to his death. "Andy's health wasn't all that great over the last six months or so, but he was still Andy," guitarist Stacey Blades, who was working on a project with Johns, told CNN.
Sally Humphreys, Ronnie Wood
Rolling Stones guitarist Ronnie Wood married Sally Humphreys Friday in a private ceremony in London, Us Weekly reports.
Humphreys, 34, wore a traditional white gown with...
You can thank the premature death of Luck for the quick renewals — and returns of Girls and Enlightened. (Both will return in January 2013.) "When we made the decision to pull the plug on Luck while they were in production on the second season, we did not have a backup plan," Michael Lombardo, HBO's president of programming, told reporters at Television Critics Association fall TV previews on Wednesday. "We have new shows coming up next year, but we did not have anything ready for that period." Both series will air their 10-episode second seasons with originals running through March.
HBO also came loaded with plenty of other announcements, including a film starring Larry David, a Rolling Stones documentary and the future of True Blood and Game of Thrones. Check it out: