Performer Bobby Farrell, of the 1970s European chart-topping group Boney M, was found dead in his hotel bed Thursday while on tour in Russia, his agent said. He was 61.
Kim Kardashian rumored to be working with Kanye West, Lady Gaga has a Midwest Christmas, and more.
A prosecutor says defense lawyers for Michael Jackson’s doctor will claim at his involuntary manslaughter trial that the singer killed himself.
Billy Taylor, a leading jazz musician and composer who introduced the genre to wider audiences as a TV broadcaster, teacher and booster of new talent, died Tuesday in New York of heart failure, age 89.
In one of Teena Marie’s final interviews, which was filmed in October 2010, the legendary songstress discussed her recent work and praises modern performers including Lil Wayne and Drake.
Two months ago Little Dragon, an electro indie band from Gothenburg, Sweden, was an underground phenomenon in the US, slowly building a sturdy reputation on word of mouth and small tours based on their 2009 release, “Machine Dreams.”
As forecasted, Taylor Swift’s “Speak Now” continues to reign on the albums tally, while over on the Digital Songs chart two songs notch historic sales weeks.
Gwen Stefani, Steven Tyler and Sheryl Crow were among the performers who delivered stirring tributes to legendary entertainers during this year’s Kennedy Center Honors.
It’s that time of year again — DJ Earworm, the man best known for mashing up the top 25 songs on Billboard’s year-end Hot 100 chart annually, is back with “United State of Pop 2010.”
Lily Allen gets engaged, Eminem impersonates Dr. Dre, Amy Winehouse’s first song lyrics discovered, and more.