Two years and two months after leaving Oasis, Noel Gallagher says that “it’s nice to start again and shape things from the bottom up.” But he still has ambivalent feelings about becoming a full-fledged frontman with his new solo album, “Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds.”
Great bands come and go, but these are 18 — from Led Zeppelin to the White Stripes — ripe for return.
“rEVOLVEr” includes collaborations with Chris Brown, Wiz Khalifa and Lily Allen.
Captain Kirk voyages to a new frontier: the summit of a Billboard albums chart. For a trek through more bad Shatner puns, read on.
The multi-talented Lee Seung Gi’s drive to reach the top has been relentless. Even before the release of his fifth full album, his single, “Era Of Love,” has landed at the No.1 spot on this week’s Billboard K-Pop Hot 100.
Following Lee DeWyze’s lead, “American Idol’s” Crystal Bowersox has parted ways with her label.
Hardcore corrido singer Gerardo Ortiz was the big winner at the inaugural Billboard Mexican Music Awards, taking home six honors, including Artist of the Year, New Artist of the Year, Male Artist of the Year, Albums Artist of the Year and Norteno Artist of the Year. Ortiz also won Vocal Event Song of the Year for “Culiacan vs. Mazatlan,” the Calibre 50 track where he was a featured artist.
A lengthy list of artists will offer special releases to independent stores on Nov. 25.
The Los Angeles/Brooklyn-based songwriting duo Purple Crush claim producer Rob Fusari never compensated them for studio work for “Born This Way” and other albums.
The “1234″ singer performed “Undiscovered First” for the Black Cab Sessions video series.