It may be fall, but that “Summer Wind” will continue to breeze on by when Willie Nelson hits town in support of his latest record, “My Way,” a tribute to his good buddy Frank Sinatra.
Bassist Shavo Odadjian recalls dodging seasonal vegetables during the group’s first time onstage in Las Vegas.
Hundreds of people have lined up in New York City as rapper Cardi B handed out free winter coats.
Britney Spears’ fans won’t need to look far for domination. It’s right there in the title of her new show.
Gregg Bissonette has also backed David Lee Roth, Joe Satriani, Carlos Santana, Toto, Electric Light Orchestra, the Bee Gees and jazz trumpet master Maynard Ferguson’s band.
Puddles, whose legal name is Mike Geier, does not speak in his show. He only sings. He also stands 7 feet tall in his high-heeled boots. He’s an imposing, and also lovable, entity.
The twin brothers, who are linked to Vegas through Matt Goss’ headlining residency at 1Oak Nightclub at the Mirage, are hosting the premiere of that their documentary tonight at the 62nd BFI London Film Festival.
The Great Britney Spears Announcement is upon us.
A Melania Trump spokeswoman is asking people to boycott Atlanta rapper T.I. because of his promotional album video that shows a woman resembling the first lady stripping in the oval office.
The song is about surmounting emotions that can seem insurmountable — the kind that stick in your throat, make you question things about yourself — and as he introduces it, Ben Carey has to do just that.