Death was an omnipresent part of the alt-era, something we just took for granted at the time. It was something to live through at the time, but which we never questioned. It just was. And yet in hindsight so many deaths of so many young people seems unfathomable. And they didn't stop. And now Chris Cornell of suicide by hanging. It is an unimaginable tragedy for those who loved him personally -- his wife and his three children most of all -- and for all of those who loved the music he gave to the world and the operatic multi-octave howl he sang it to us with.
The fashion designer first met Frances Bean Cobain when she was only a toddler.
What truly sets Prince's estate apart from most deceased musicians is what he left behind: a personal vault of 2000 works of unreleased music. To put it in perspective, there is enough music to release one album every year for the next century. I know what you're thinking: What will happen to all of this music, and will we ever hear it?
“Courtney loves Isaiah, but was devastated to learn that Frances had gotten married without her knowing."
Releasing the photos would cause "indescribable pain," writes his daughter.
This week marks the birthday of one of Canada's greatest Canadian musicians. Yep, our grizzly, hat-wearing, mutton-chopped
In the last few years, two high profile youth suicides in the Ottawa region garnered tremendous media attention and, as a new study suggests, resulted in increased emergency room visits by youth for mental health distress. But what at first sounds like an alarming link may serve as an important positive lesson.
Being a gigantically successful rock, pop or hip-hop star seems like a pretty cushy gig. We're talking world tours, fancy
Courtney Love has only recently realized she should behave like a role model. The Hole rocker has built a career on being
Police may not have re-opened Kurt Cobain's suicide investigation, but after 20 years there's still new information coming