Wedding proposals at concerts are nothing new, but country act Little Big Town took things a step further on its recent tour, setting up a space for lucky fans to tie the knot at one of its shows. The promotion served to highlight the band's first single, "Little White Church," from new album "The Reason Why," which came out Tuesday (Aug. 24) on Capitol Nashville. The band continued the momentum by hitting the road with Sugarland at the end of July.
From the opening number, the Grammy Awards were a musical spectacle with plenty of the "one of a kind moments" the Recording Academy had been promising in the weeks preceding last night's (Feb. 8) event.
Paul McCartney slayed critics as well as box offices around the world on his 2002 tour, his first major outing in nearly a decade. Those shows found him dusting off Beatles songs he'd never performed in his former life or as a solo artist, and easing off the schmaltz to deliver a simply stunning musical experience.
Gorillaz scored its first U.K. No. 1 single with "Dare" (Parlophone) yesterday (Sept. 4), while boy band McFly's sophomore set "Wonderland" (Universal Island) became its second chart-topping album. James Blunt's "Back To Bedlam" (Atlantic) falls to No. 3 after eight weeks at the top, while Kanye West's "Late Registration" (Def Jam) bows at No. 2.