The 60th Annual Grammy Awards will air live tonight from New York City's Madison Square Garden -- the first time in 15 years that Music's Biggest Night will originate from the Big Apple. James Corden hosts the show, which begins at 7:30 p.m. ET. Of course, there are so many Grammy categories that
This week Nick Jonas releases a new album, the members of Garbage deliver a dark and entrancing new album, Fitz And The Tantrums further court the pop world, Swedish trio Peter Bjorn and John return after a five year break, alt-country stars Shawn Colvin and Steve Earle join forces, Band Of Horses
In between amazing performances by more than 30 artists, the Grammy Awards kicked off Monday night in Los Angeles and the awards are already being handed out. And although rapper Kendrick Lamar led the way in nominations -- 11 in total -- several artists have already taken home awards prior to the
Emi Sunshine, 9, of Madisonville, Tenn., has gone viral for her talented country blues covers.
Here is a look at the nominees in the major categories for the 56th annual Grammy Awards: Album Of The Year: The Blessed Unrest — Sara Bareilles Random Access Memories — Daft Punk Good Kid, M.A.A.D City — Kendrick Lamar The Heist — Macklemore &...
comeback story about a music legend who's finally making music again Levon Helm is best known as one of the greatest drummers from the 1970s rock scene. But this farm boy from Arkansas has worn many hats as long career from banjo player songwriter singer actor producer even studio owner. His recent
Levon Helm, the singer and drummer who anchored the legendary rock group The Band in the 1960s and '70s, and enjoyed a remarkable comeback nearly four decades later after throat cancer had reduced his voice to a whisper, has died. He was 71. Helm's website, levonhelm.com , confirmed his death.
Tonight is Sir Paul McCartney's night at the White House. And the Obamas are honoring him with quite a star-studded soiree.
From Sunlen Miller: This morning President Obama will meet with General Odierno privately in the Oval Office, the White House said. Afterwards the president will travel to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, where he will deliver a speech at Carnegie Mellon University on...
At a press conference Tuesday at the Library of Congress, legendary English singer, composer and song-writer Paul McCartney praised President Obama.