Many musicians took to social media today to remember the late Gregg Allman. One of the founding members of The Allman Brothers Band and a pioneer in southern rock, Allman died Saturday at his home in Savannah, Georgia, his official website said. He was 69. Cher , Allman's third wife, remembered
New York City's Madison Square Garden is among the many venues increasing security in response to the Manchester attack.
Melissa Etheridge thinks it's silly that there's still a stigma around smoking weed -- especially since the plant helped her cope with her cancer treatments after being diagnosed with breast cancer in 2004. Along with undergoing a lumpectomy, the "Come to My Window" singer had five rounds of
Melissa Etheridge is still speaking out about her friend, Brad Pitt , after comments she made on her SiriusXM radio show caused headlines earlier this week. This time, the singer decided to sing about it on Wednesday night's "Watch What Happens Live." On her radio show Monday, Etheridge, 55, said
Beyonce may be busy preparing for her upcoming world tour, but she also has time to read books. In fact, in a rare interview with Garage magazine , Queen Bey gave advice on the one book her fans should be reading. "I would love for my younger fans to read 'What Will It Take to Make a Woman
News of Glenn Frey 's death at 67 hit the music world hard yesterday. The Eagles guitarist and writer behind hits like "Hotel California" succumbed to complications from rheumatoid arthritis, acute ulcerative colitis and pneumonia. Don Henley , Frey's bandmate and co-founder of The Eagles, was one
Music icon Melissa Etheridge is just over a decade removed from beating breast cancer and in those past 10 years, she's radically changed her life. Along with being proactive about her body, not reactive, the Grammy winner also removed sugar from her diet and has looked at exercise and food in a
The radiologist to my new mine. Hamdan got my mammograms would consumption. She. I think my experience with her. Really set me on course she set me down and she said look. I've seen this before I've done this I'm not supposed to tell you before. I get it back from the lab and I think I know with
Melissa Etheridge recently uncovered some scandalous truths about her family’s distant past. On Sunday’s season finale of TLC’s genealogy series, "Who Do You Think You Are?" the singer discovers that an ancestor in French Canada seduced and impregnated a woman, a scandal that resulted in a trial.
The inspirational televangelist answers your faith-based questions from Facebook, Twitter.