Fire safety experts have accused Calum Hood of setting a "poor example" for the band's young fans.
Funk legend Sly Stone has won a $5 million (£3.1 million) lawsuit against a former manager and attorney after they deprived him of royalties from his songs for years.
Robin Thicke and Pharrell Williams have won a minor victory in their ongoing legal spat with Marvin Gaye's kids - the siblings won't be allowed to play their father's music in court.
Brazilian singer/songwriter Roberto Carlos has reportedly banned the use of his music in a forthcoming Netflix series about Colombian drug lord Pablo Escobar.
Rapper 2 Chainz is preparing to launch a bid for political office in his hometown of College Park, Georgia.
Madonna has branded musician Ariel Pink a "crazy person" after he boasted that he had been recruited to write songs for her new album.
Australian musician Luke O'shea has been arrested at a coal mine protest just days after winning a slew of awards at the nation's top country music prizegiving.
Hoppus spoke to Rolling Stone about how the band has been bending over backwards for years to satisfy DeLonge.
Jazz vocalist and composer Ward Swingle has died, aged 87.
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