The trouble-plagued Broadway production of “Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark” has delayed its opening night until February 7, according to a release from the production company.
Billboard.com chronicled the music-related clips buzzing around the ‘net all year long on our Viral Videos Column, and now we’re proud to present our favorites.
Soul legend Aretha Franklin says she feels “great” and is “piddling around the house” as she follows doctors orders to rest at home after surgery two weeks ago.
Bluewater Productions, the company behind the Justin Bieber and “Glee” comic books will be releasing “Fame: Britney Spears” in March 2011.
Garth Brooks prepares to kick off nine sold out shows tonight (Nov. 16) at Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena,
Usher laughs off fan’s kick to face, Don Cheadle may star as Miles Davis, and more.
Three years and a new decade have brought a new sound from Bright Eyes for the group’s new album, “The People’s Key.”
When Ciara was churning out chart-topping singles like “One, Two Step” and “Like a Boy,” she appeared to be on the verge of superstardom, drawing some comparisons to Janet Jackson and the late Aaliyah.
Troubled rapper DMX was sentenced to one year in prison by an Arizona judge on Thursday after admitting he violated his probation by drinking alcohol, court officials said.
According to TMZ.com, Waka Flocka Flame’s Georgia home was raided this morning (Dec. 16) and apparently rapper Gucci Mane was cuffed in relation to a prostitution operation.