After the most disease-stricken episode “Idol” has ever seen last Thursday night, the show returned Wednesday evening with that all-important element that sets this competition apart from, say, a straight-up reality show: talent.
The singer is feeling the “Luv” from fans with new single.
Conflicting reports say the feuding rappers had words — and possibly more — backstage on Sunday night.
A number of Grammy winners and performers got a boost on the charts this week.
The guitarist says he is still weighing the Republican candidates.
Perhaps her Versace nun-inspired outfit, accessorized with a Catholic Priest, from the Grammys was an even deeper fashion statement than we realized. In a Q&A with New York Magazine (where she’s also on this week’s cover), Nicki Minaj had some choice words for the fashion world — dissing it, but praising its golden girl, Anna Wintour.
When you hear Traci Ann Stanley sing, it’s something you remember. Her voice is as pure as the West Virginia Mountains where she grew up. A native of Prichard, Stanley’s new single, “Remember The Whiskey,” has been gaining much attention at various radio stations around the Eastern U.S., and she is very pleased with the reception the song has gotten so far.
Later this year, fans can feel the vision, spirit and music of Johnny Cash all over again with the opening of The Johnny Cash Museum in downtown Nashville.
Rap legends Public Enemy will preview their upcoming album “Most of My Heroes Still Don’t Appear on No Stamp” at this year’s Movement Electronic Music Festival held over Memorial Day weekend in Detroit.
Ladysmith Black Mambazo has covered a broad range of music during its 40-plus years together. Now the vocal group has some a bit more spiritual in its sights.