In a waterfront celebration a stone’s throw from where the World Trade Center towers stood, the 10th annual Tribeca Film Festival opened with music and a movie Wednesday. The event was held at the World Financial Plaza and began with Cameron Crowe’s documentary on the collaboration between John and Leon Russell, “The Union,” followed by a short performance by Elton John.
“Music from the 21st Century” night brought us a little Ne-Yo, Adele, Sara Evans, and even Muse. How did the top seven fare?
The hits from Fox’s “Glee” show no signs of stopping, as the TV series’ latest spin-off album, “Glee Presents the Warblers,” is aiming to debut near the top of the Billboard 200 chart next week.
“Run the World (Girls),” the lead single from Beyonce’s forthcoming fourth album, is set to hit iTunes tomorrow (Apr. 21).
Teedra Moses confirms signing with Rick Ross’ Maybach Music Group and talks about upcoming mixtape, “Luxurious Undergrind”
Justin Timberlake Hosting ‘SNL’ Finale, Judas Priest Guitarist Leaves Band, and more.
TV on the Radio bassist Gerard Smith has died of lung cancer, the band announced on its official website Wednesday (Apr. 20).
Check out our round-up of the best celeb tweets about the cannabis holiday, 4/20.
Jill Scott wowed a jam-packed Playhouse in Hollywood (April 18) as she performed several tracks from the summer-slated, “The Lights of the Sun”
The Stooges’ late co-founder Ron Asheton was saluted on Tuesday in his hometown of Ann Arbor, Mich., with what was the loudest wake you can imagine.