Verdine White talks of his late brother, Maurice, having “left us in good hands.”
“After 7 beautiful years together, Aja and I’s marriage has come to an end,” Dan Reynolds posted to Twitter on Thursday.
Former New York Yankees all-star Bernie Williams sat in with Santa Fe & The Fat City Horns and wiped the place out with a three-song jazz set.
Oscar Goodman is to work as understudy for lead narrator Michael Franzese, the longtime Colombo crime family overlord who has since reformed as a popular motivational speaker.
Tony Dovolani performed twice Saturday night but later learned that his cousin, Shkelzen Verzivoli, known as “Skalzy,” had died of a heart attack at age 42.
ACM Awards host Reba McEntire called out previous hosting tandems Luke Bryan and Dierks Bentley, plus Bryan and Blake Shelton. Operating solo, McEntire said, “I guess they figured it only takes one woman to do the job of two men!”
“Finding the right words, and the right clothes,” Reba McEntire says. “Those are the things you focus on when you host this show.”
The NHL is planning a pre-game concert starring the rapper Logic, to be held outside T-Mobile Arena before the Vegas Golden Knights’ Stanley Cup Playoffs opener Wednesday night.
Fifty or so speakers and 70 or so bands hoping for a big break are descending some well-known showrooms, clubs and theaters.
Bob Dylan has re-recorded an all-inclusive version of “She’s Funny That Way,” on the new release, “Universal Love,” a collection of six newly recorded love songs that have been adjusted for same-sex couples.