Acts who did not make the cut this year included first-time nominee Bon Jovi, as well as multiple nominees LL Cool J, Donna Summer and the Beastie Boys.
At age 68, Paul McCartney has the richest catalogue in pop music to wander around in. On a snowy night at Harlem’s historic Apollo Theater, with a frisky band and a live radio audience, McCartney clearly enjoyed the journey.
Bieber will not face charges in assault case, new bilingual Ricky Martin album announced, and more.
Usher has always been known as a ladies man, but things got a little bit too rough for the singer during his show at Madison Square Garden last night (Dec. 13.)
Chris Colfer couldn’t have been more excited to pick up his first Golden Globe nomination for supporting actor for his performance as teen Kurt Hummel on Fox’s sophomore hit “Glee.”
From banjo-led English folk to bone-crushing Miami rap, 2010 offered a plethora of superb albums that dominated the stereos of Billboard’s staff.
2010 is winding down, and ’tis the season to weigh in on some of the best albums of the past 12 months. To that end, Billboard.com talked to 37 of today’s biggest recording artists to see which albums soundtracked their year.
Justin Bieber may have just had his best year ever, but the 16-year-old phenom is already focused on setting another milestone in 2011.
“Glee” picked up five nominations for the 2011 Golden Globes Tuesday morning (Dec. 14), while “Burlesque,” the movie musical co-starring Christina Aguilera and Cher, earned three nods and Carrie Underwood Trent Reznor, Mandy Moore were all recognized in the music categories.
George Clinton has filed a copyright lawsuit against members of the Black Eyed Peas, UMG Recordings and Cherry Hill Music for allegedly sampling his song “(Not Just) Knee Deep” on a Grammy-award nominated album.