The twentieth anniversary reissue’s deluxe edition will include six discs and four DVDs.
Kevin Richardson announced that he will be appearing with the rest of Backstreet Boys at a special concert, and hinted at a more extensive return to the group.
Forbes released its annual list of top-earning deceased celebrities on Tues. Oct. 25: Michael Jackson topped the list for the second striaght year, with musical legends Elvis Presley, John Lennon, and George Harrison also charting.
Music industry veteran Paul Leka, best known for co-writing a No. 1 song with a repetitive chant of “na na na na… na na na na… hey hey, goodbye,” died on Oct. 12 of lung cancer at a hospice in Sharon, Conn., his brother told the New York Times. He was 68.
During Alan Menken’s live interview yesterday (Oct. 24), “Glee” star Darren Criss made a surprise appearance and proceeded to serenade Menken.
Lady Gaga and Jason Aldean are the first performers announced for the “Grammy Nominations Concert Live” TV special, which takes place live on Wednesday, Nov. 30 at the Nokia Theatre L.A. Live.
After making his Broadway debut a decade ago, Aaron Carter will invade Off-Broadway next month in a starring role in “The Fantasticks.”
It should have been the pinnacle of a glittering year. Since wowing fans with a mesmerizing performance at the Brit awards in February, singer Adele has achieved global fame and critical reward aplenty.
A Phoenix hospital is injecting a little Poison into families waiting for sick loved ones, thanks to a donation from 1980s hair band singer Bret Michaels.
The rock legends took home the magazine’s Greatest Act of the Last 25 Years award.