It's 'The O.C' meets 'The Ghost Whisperer.'
Julie Andrews, Christopher Plummer, and the Von Trapps will appear on October 29.
Call them Luke Perry and Jason Priestly if you must.
Robert Pollard's already promising more U.S. dates.
Well, that was quick.
Famous recluse Brian Wilson may join his old gang for their 50th anniversary.
See them rock "Last Nite."
First New Blur Song in Seven Years Is Literally About Recording the First New Blur Song in Seven Years
It's good, but maybe not quite the return you were hoping for.
And there's grainy, horrible-sounding proof!
The four members of Blur will take a short break from their opera-writing, political-office-seeking, and cheese-making to record their first single in seven years.
This news comes from England and concerns Pete Doherty, so take it with a grain of crack.
All this and more, in Chuck Klosterman's Pavement profile for 'GQ.'
Well done Quincy and Lionel.
The Spoonmen are back!
This looks totally great.
Graham Coxon says so, but we're not so sure.
And in the process, she set the movement to legalize marijuana back decades.
Stop making the 'Friends' movie seem like it's going to happen. It's not going to happen.
It's almost as if he's one of the minor members of the McFly family!
And some wonderful person has uploaded the whole thing to YouTube.
Roxette is getting back together!
Don't hold your breath, though.
When Trent Reznor is the guy doing your intervention, you know you've got some serious problems.