This week One Direction’s Harry Styles goes solo, Paramore follow-up their self-titled record with an eighties-style throwback, three-fourths of No Doubt join forces with Davey Havok of AFI to form Dreamcar, Todd Rundgren releases an electro-tinged, guest-filled record and the Zac Brown Band
Paul McCartney is gunning to get back the copyrights to Beatles songs he wrote or co-wrote that currently are owned by the Sony /ATV publishing company. According to the rock legend's rep, McCartney filed a lawsuit in New York on Wednesday "to confirm his ownership in his U.S. reversionary
Plus, actress Gabrielle Union joins the "GMA" team to weigh in on the etiquette of buying items sold by your friends or friends' kids.
George Michael died at 53 on Christmas Day, sparking an outpouring of support from his friends and others in the entertainment industry. Elton John was one of the first to publicly mourn Michael, whose death, according to local police, is seen as "unexplained but not suspicious." "I am in deep
This week, it's interesting to note that both Green Day and Norah Jones have released new records. Why is this an interesting coincidence, you may ask? Well, the last time we heard from Jones was in 2013 when she and Green Day’s Billie Joe Armstrong collaborated on their Everly Brothers tribute,
Melania Trump’s childhood friends know little about her husband and GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump , but they’re still rooting for her to become the next first lady of the United States. “I don’t know much about Donald Trump, but Melania would be a great first lady," Diana Kosar, Melania’s
This week hip-hop duo Macklemore & Ryan Lewis return, The 1975 embrace their pop side for their sophomore effort, electro-dream-pop act School Of Seven Bells release what is more than likely to be their last album, Santigold returns, Bonnie Raitt drops another collection of reliable blues-rock,
David Bowie 's impact on future generations of musicians artists is immeasurable. His sound and style can be found in artists of different genres, from post-punk and New Wave (Bauhaus, Duran Duran ), to pop (Madonna, Lady Gaga), to modern rock ( Arcade Fire , Radiohead). Although he mostly wrote
Anyone who tells you that 2015 didn’t offer up a wide variety of excellent music wasn’t paying attention. This year was actually tremendous. You may have had to do a little digging to find the best records, but like many recent years, 2015 offered up an embarrassment of riches. I liked a lot more
The California-based band members have canceled the rest of their European tour after their 36-year-old merchandise manager was among the dead in the Bataclan shooting.