Natalie Cole News
Prince, Haggard, Bowie, White, Frey: Lousy Year for Music
It's already a lousy year for music, with the deaths of Prince, David Bowie, Glenn Frey, Maurice White, Merle Haggard, and on New Year's Eve, the beloved Natalie Cole
10 Things to Know for Friday
Among 10 Things to Know: Prince found dead at his home in Minneapolis; judge outlines deal in VW emissions scandal; breaking into iPhone came at high cost
Remembering Phife Dawg: How He Changed Hip-Hop Forever
Hip-hop artist Malik Taylor, better known as Phife Dawg, has died from complications resulting from his diabetes, his family confirmed today. He was 45. As a member of A Tribe Called Quest , Phife Dawg helped shape and create a new brand of hip-hop. With thoughtful flows, a playful sense of humor,
Was Natalie Cole Snubbed at the 2016 Grammy Awards?
"The View" co-hosts discuss whether the late singer should have been given a musical tribute.
Natalie Cole's Family and Fans Upset by 'Forgettable' Grammys Tribute to Late Singer
Natalie Cole was not included among the many tributes at Monday night's Grammy Awards , and her family and fans can't help but be disappointed. Although the late singer was noted in the Grammys' "In Memoriam" segment, the show did not feature a musical tribute to her like the ones for David Bowie ,
Super Bowl 2016: A History of National Anthem Singers
This Sunday, Lady Gaga will take the stage to sing the national anthem at the Super Bowl . She'll be the first bona fide pop superstar to sing the anthem since 2013, when Alicia Keys did it. The last two anthems were sung by Tony-winning Broadway star and actress Idina Menzel, and opera legend
'After The View': Feb.4, 2016
Whoopi Goldberg and the co-hosts continue the conversation with Nina Simone's daughter Lisa Simone and filmmaker Liz Garbus on the Netflix documentary about the legendary singer "What Happened, Miss Simone?"
Natalie Cole Memorialized in Los Angeles
Natalie Cole was remembered by friends and family on Monday during a nearly three-hour long funeral in Los Angeles, attended by Lionel Richie, Stevie Wonder and others.
Natalie Cole Memorialized in Los Angeles By Stevie Wonder, Smokey Robinson and Others
Natalie Cole was remembered by friends and family on Monday during a nearly three-hour long funeral in Los Angeles, attended by Stevie Wonder , Smokey Robinson and others. The service took place at the West Angeles Church of God in Christ. According to Cole's publicist, Wonder sang and Kurt Carr