The Daily Cut: Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers "Don't Do Me Like That"Someone's gonna tell you lies, cut you down to size.
Tom Petty's Super Bowl XLII Halftime ShowTom Petty and the Heartbreakers performed at halftime of Super Bowl XLII on this day in 2008.
GRAMMY Awards: Incredible Moments From Rockers We've LostAs Music’s Biggest Night approaches, we look back at some of the greatest GRAMMY moments of those we’ve lost.
Tom Petty's Cause of Death Ruled Accidental OverdosePetty's family released a lengthy statement addressing the coroner's findings.
Keith Urban Performs Tribute For Tom Petty, Gregg Allman And MoreHis medley included nods to Chris Cornell, Gregg Allman, Chuck Berry, Malcolm Young and Tom Petty.
Icons We Lost In 2017While 2017 was filled with many great moments in music, from reunion tours to newly released music, we had to say goodbye to some of the best icons of our time.
Tom Petty, Chuck Berry & Glen Campbell to be Honored During 'The Year In Memoriam 2017'Country stars Dolly Parton, Brad Paisley and Darius Rucker will pay tribute to Campbell, while Alice Cooper and Hunter Hayes will unite to honor both Berry and Petty.
The Daily Cut: Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers "You Got Lucky"Guitarist Mike Campbell said how "You Got Lucky" was born out of a single drum groove Stan Lynch laid down in his home studio.
Bob Dylan Honors Tom Petty With 'Learning to Fly' CoverOn the day after what would have been Tom Petty's 67th birthday, Bob Dylan paid a beautiful tribute to his late friend.
Tom Petty Fans Held a 'Vampire Walk' to Celebrate His BirthdayAn estimated 300 Petty fans dressed in Gothic and vampire attire for the walk down Ventura Blvd.
The Tom Petty Song That J.Geils Turned DownPeter Wolf of the J.Geils Band tells the incredible story of a song that Tom Petty offered to his band. They didn't do it and it turned out to be Petty's first top 10 single.
Classic Rock Almanac October 20, 2017Today would have been Tom Petty's 67th birthday. Do you know who inducted Petty and the Heartbreakers into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame?