This list leaves us wondering if music will ever reach these heights again.
Ten years ago, things were much, much different … sort of.
Jack Black, Everlast, Vic Mensa, and Jackson Browne also attended the Los Angeles event.
“Hahahahaha, wait, Hahahaha, really?” the vegan/animal lover said in response.
A cliché collection of anthems you’ll sing today, tomorrow, and 20 years from now.
A collection of the jaw-dropping second hits that knocked everyone out.
After rocking with Dave Grohl, supergroup returns with a defiant offering.
A live update of “No Sleep Til Brooklyn” the supergroup performed at the RNC.
Rap-rock supergroup’s debut EP will feature two new studio tracks and three live recordings.
After last-minute ban, politically minded supergroup performed for inmates outside prison walls.
Supergroup tear through its first single and a Rage Against the Machine classic.
An updated take on Public Enemy’s 1988 cut “Prophets of Rage”.