U2 tops the Hot Tours rankings with over $60 million in ticket sales from three venues on the South American leg of the band’s ongoing worldwide tour.
Rihanna and Britney Spears team up for just the fourth No. 1 between multiple female solo acts in the Hot 100′s five-decade history.
To kick off the pre-taped show, the celeb judges of “The Voice” collaborated on Cee Lo’s hit with Gnarls Barkley, “Crazy.”
Jennifer Lopez has joined forces with “American Idol” creator and executive producer Simon Fuller and his company, XIX Entertainment, for a new musical competition.
Dev and the Cataracs will hit the road with Usher on the next leg of the pop star’s OMG tour.
Singer/songwriter/producer Kenna will independently release the EP “Land 2 Air Chronicles 1: Chaos and the Darkness” on April 26.
Paul Simon let rhythm drive his show Wednesday night in Hollywood in support of his exquisite new album, “So Beautiful or So What.”
The Dave Matthews Band revealed the final two Caravan festival sites and dates today: New York City’s Governors Island, August 26-28, and the Gorge Amphitheatre in George, Wash., Sept. 2-4. The Caravans are part of a growing trend of bands hosting their own events.
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?