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Steven Tyler's New Record Is 'Better Than Expected,' but 'an Awkward Move'
This week, Snoop Dogg reconnects with his roots while expanding into new territory, Aerosmith’s Steven Tyler makes his solo debut, the new “Ghostbusters” movie gets a soundtrack, singer-songwriter Michael Kiwanuka releases his second album, pop-punk band Good Charlotte returns and Dirty Heads
Music Reviews: The Latest From 'Fifty Shades of Grey' Soundtrack, Ricky Martin and More
This week, we get to hear the much-hyped soundtrack to “ Fifty Shades Of Grey .” Is it better than the movie itself? From the buzz I’m hearing, it's quite possible. Also Fleet Foxes’ drummer J. Tillman releases his second album as Father John Misty, Ricky Martin releases a new Spanish record,
Music Reviews: The Latest From Ne-Yo, The Dodos, Jamie Cullum and More
This week R&B star Ne-Yo returns with his latest pop-flavored offering, indie-band the Dodos offer up some frantic, fuzzy rock, jazz musician Jamie Cullum brings new cool to the old school, Americana act Punch Brothers get intricate, and newcomer Natalie Prass blends strong, timeless arrangements
Johnny Depp Fills in for Elvis Costello
Let's get to some "Pop news" and get away from Betsy. You're going to make me cry. We all know Johnny Depp has proven he can play any role. Master of the seas, jack sparrow, chopping things up with Edward scissorhands or chocolate with willy wonka. No amateur on the guitar. He stepped in when Elvis
Popcorn Karaoke: George Clooney
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George Clooney: No Feud with Leonardo DiCaprio
'The Monuments Men' director talks about his craft and sets the record straight on the Leo rumor.
Grammy Performances: Ziggy Marley, Bruno Mars, Sting and Rihanna Pay Tribute to Bob Marley
Sure, there were some awards handed out at the 55th Annual Grammy Awards, but what everybody really tuned into the three-and-a-half-hour show for were the star-studded performances, including those “Grammy Moments” that you don’t get to see on any other award show. Here’s a look...
Fall TV 2012: What to Watch
Music and media consultant Bruno del Granado has what's hot and not this fall on TV.
Anne Hathaway: Look Who's Singing
Hathaway Joins Streep, Witherspoon, Bridges and Other Surprising Singing Stars