Adele is just the second act, following Train, to top Adult Contemporary and Adult Pop Songs simultaneously with different titles.
“Mic check,” declared Tom Morello, a.k.a. the Nightwatchman, at noon today in lower Manhattan’s Zuccotti Park, only he had no microphone.
Who is this fresh faced gent on the cover of Billboard? Why, it’s none other than Jon Bon Jovi, rock and roll champion, surprise country and screen star, and pro sports team owner. Pick up a copy of the magazine, out Friday, for our in-depth convo with Bon Jovi frontman.
MTV’s new brand will bring global artists to the U.S.
The “Take Care” rapper shoots down romance rumors and talks Lil Wayne, Jay-Z and Pusha-T.
T.I. is back in his hustler’s spirit rhyming on a few new tracks, one being Ke$ha’s “Sleazy.”
Joel “Taz” DeGregorio, a longtime keyboardist in the Charlie Daniels Band and co-writer of the group’s biggest hit, “The Devil Went Down to Georgia,” was killed Wednesday night in a one-car crash west of Nashville.
Jenni Rivera, who just last week announced she would host a TV show titled “Jenni” on Estrella TV, wrote yesterday on her Twitter account that the deal is off.
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The nominations for the 2nd Annual American Country Awards were announced, and it was a big day for many of the top younger stars in the format. Jason Aldean and the Zac Brown Band led the way with eight nominations each. On their heels were newcomers Thompson Square, who scored seven nominations each. The Band Perry and Taylor Swift also figured prominently in the process, tallying six nods.