A new exhibit dedicated to female artists opens today May 13 at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland entitled “Women Who Rock: Vision, Passion, Power” chronicling the pioneering role of women in rock ‘n’ roll, from Ma Rainey, Bessie Smith and Wanda Jackson to Bikini Kill, Liz Phair and Lady Gaga.
James Durbin was sent packing on the elimination episode tonight, while Scotty McCreery, Lauren Alaina and Haley Reinhart remain.
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Adele joins the select list of leading ladies who’ve ruled the Billboard 200 and Hot 100 simultaneously over the past two decades.
Pink Floyd’s drummer Nick Mason spoke to an invited crowd at Capitol Records’ recording studios in Hollywood after selections from the upcoming Pink Floyd reissues were played over an impressive sound system.
Keith Richards, in his uniquely cryptic manner, has suggested that an X-pensive Winos project may come to fruition before another Rolling Stones tour, which had been expected this year.
Bon Jovi claims the No. 1 ranking on this week’s list of Hot Tours, while country star Kenny Chesney takes the No. 2 spot
After taking the Who’s “Tommy” through the U.K. in July, Roger Daltrey will bring the famed rock opera to North America this fall.
Katy Perry becomes the first artist in the Billboard Hot 100′s more than five-decade history to spend 52 consecutive weeks — an entire year — in the top 10.
Michelle Obama’s evening of poetry at the White House rolled out seamlessly Wednesday night despite the inclusion of Grammy Award-winning rapper and actor Common who drew complaints from Republicans, who said some of his lyrics celebrate violence. Common, who is considered fairly tame as rappers go, is known for rhymes that tend to be socially and politically conscious.