Arts & Culture

Leonard Cohen says intense White House visitor Kanye West is "No Picasso." from beyond the grave, Lindsey Buckingham sues Fleetwood Mac for canning him and Spoon covers The Clash for Beto O' Rourke.

Rashida Jones and Ezra Koenig of Vampire Weekend announce the arrival of their son, Led Zeppelin to release 50 years of interviews, Paul McCartney puts out kids picture book and next year will see a posthumous Leonard Cohen album. 

"Electric Love" singer Borns denies sexual misconduct allegations, MTV's Matt Pinfield says David Bowie reached out to Scott Weiland through him months before both died and Big Red Machine improvise new song. 

Jeff Tweedy's sports two new dos in latest video, a tragic incident in Cleveland involving Gary Numan's tour bus and Netflix to premiere music doc series next month. 

Mumford and Sons criticized for posing with provocative academic, Henry Rollins and Iggy Pop join William Shatner on his first Christmas album and Will Ferrell enlists all-star band for charity concert. 

Dickey Betts of The Allman Brothers Band to undergo brain surgery after fall, Bob Dylan and Fleet Foxes ready big box sets, Jim James announces tour of swing states to help get out the vote and the late producer Richard Swift puts out new single on day his family scatters his ashes in Oregon. 

Mark Knopfler gets nostalgic on new album, Nick Cave joins Marianne Faitfhull for haunting new single and Apple Music debuts new song search function using lyrics.