For Dweezil, the Zappa name comes with a price

[caption id="attachment_121630" align="aligncenter" width="319"] Dweezil Zappa has to fight to use his own last name. Zappa plays the Ogden Theatre on Oct. 7. Image courtesy of Kid Logic Media.[/caption] When Dweezil Zappa plays the Ogden Theatre on Friday, the name listed on the marquis will be different from the one fans are used to seeing during previous visits.

What it’s like to dance with Justin Bieber

[caption id="attachment_115741" align="alignnone" width="1200"] DENVER, CO - APRIL 4: Justin Bieber performs at the Pepsi Center in Denver, Colorado on April 4, 2016. (Photo by Seth McConnell/The Denver Post)[/caption] Jonathan Jaramillo is going to set the night on fire -- or at least dance floor.

Bonnie Raitt pushes through grief and expectation for “Dig In Deep”

[caption id="attachment_115175" align="alignnone" width="512"] In this March 7, 2016 photo, singer Bonnie Raitt poses for a portrait in New York to promote her new album, Dig In Deep." (Photo by Drew Gurian/Invision/AP)[/caption] NEW YORK (AP) — After back-to-back tours and albums, Bonnie Raitt said finally finding time to deal with the deaths of her father, mother and brother helped her break writer's block and craft songs for her latest album and tour.

How Peter Frampton became Peter Frampton

[caption id="attachment_114591" align="aligncenter" width="512"] In this Feb. 25, 2016 photo, musician Peter Frampton poses for a portrait in New York. The English-born Frampton, now 65, released, “Acoustic Classics,” a CD of stripped-down versions of his best-known songs, in February.

Call her maybe — or don’t: Carly Rae Jepsen’s life after hits

[caption id="attachment_114123" align="aligncenter" width="1100"] Carly Rae Jepsen will perform at the Gothic Theatre on Saturday, March 5. Photo by Hazel & Pine.[/caption] The conundrum of the pop artist begins with that first word -- “pop.” Short for “popular,” the yardstick for these artists’ success is built in to their musical taxonomy: How popular are you, or how many fans do you have?

The road to a Guinness world record is paved with 70 consecutive band interviews

[caption id="attachment_113843" align="aligncenter" width="578"] Doug Newville in the sixth hour of his seventy-band interview marathon at UMS 2014. Photo courtesy of Newville's Facebook.[/caption] It had been on Doug Newville's bucket list since he was five years old: A spot in the Guinness book of world records alongside the world's fastest man, tallest building and uh, fattest twins.