As far as Jonathan Warren can tell, Liberace never played a concert in Paris. But Liberace did visit Paris for the first time in 1955.
WWE canceled an event it had planned in Manchester, England, citing Monday’s terrorist attack at an Ariana Grande concert that killed 22 people and injured dozens more. The company, which had planned to showcase its popular developmental roster NXT at the Manchester Arena, where a suicide bomber detonated his device, made the announcement on Friday on Facebook.
Soundgarden frontman Chris Cornell is being laid to rest Friday at Hollywood Forever Cemetery in Los Angeles.
It’s Memorial Day weekend, the ceremonial start of summer, so where better to spend it than Las Vegas’ man-made beach?
Over a rat-a-tat-tat trap beat and the occasional ’80s arcade game zap, Foster the People frontman Mark Foster sounds a defiant note.
Now its 19th year, the downtown fest has gradually developed from a small gathering to a debauched destination fest that draws thousands from all across the country.
After 30 years, the grown-up boy band is back on the road with fellow ’88 hitmaker Paula Abdul.
Queen Elizabeth II met Thursday with children injured in the Manchester concert bombing, consoling them and pronouncing the attack at an event attended by so many young people “wicked.”
Most of the truly historic spaces have gone, but Frank Sinatra stood on at least one stage which survives the city’s makeover.
Ariana Grande’s scheduled concerts in Europe through June 5 – including two in London on Thursday and Friday – have been canceled in the wake of the deadly terrorist bombing at her show in Manchester. The singer’s Dangerous Woman tour was to have taken her to Belgium, Poland, Germany, and Switzerland.