It was in Grand Rapids earlier this year that Shawna Thompson had a feeling that 2011 might very well be one to remember.
The musician had played with Miles Davis and Billie Holiday, in addition to his solo work.
The charitable musicians join Blake Shelton, Miranda Lambert and other stars on DoSomething.org’s annual list.
Personal trainer Jeff Rogers has helped folk-singing Grammy nominee Justin Vernon understand his body.
Lady Gaga has announced she will appear on Japanese national broadcaster NHK’s four-hour plus year-end music extravaganza special called Kohaku Uta Gassen, or the Red and White Singing Contest.
These huge talents may have passed away this year, but they’ll always be remembered.
An autopsy shows that the death of legendary rapper, Heavy D, who passed on Nov. 8, was caused by a pulmonary embolism
B.o.B. follows up “Strange Clouds” with a rock/reggae-tinged track featuring the legendary OutKast emcee.
It’s that time of the year again: DJ Earworm’s closely watched “United State of Pop” mashup of the year’s 25 hottest pop songs. For his fifth installment of the holiday treat, dubbed “World Go Boom,” the real-life Jordan Roseman kicks things off with Bruno Mars’ “Grenade” and flows through tracks from Adele, Britney Spears, Lady Gaga, LMFAO and OneRepublic, among others.
As expected, “Wherever You Are” (Decca/Universal) by the Military Wives with Gareth Malone was confirmed on Christmas Day as the U.K.’s festive No. 1 single.