With hundreds of thousands of votes cast over the first two rounds, it's time to determine the Final Four of this year's bracket-style tournament, as a handful of tracks from the original field of 32 inch closer to glory.
Everybody knows “Pony.” Ginuwine’s 1996 debut single is synonymous with sex and the timeless art of titillation, immortalized by its own video, Internet meme and the 2012 male stripper drama “Magic Mike.”
We may be a week away from spring, but Calvin Harris is already thinking about the following season: "Summer," the Scottish producer's jubilant new solo single, was released online on Friday (Mar. 14) after being teased for days with various snippets.
Eric Clapton, ZZ Top's Billy Gibbons, Ben Harper, Mark Knopfler, Joe Perry and Dr. John are among the guests on the second edition of classic blues covers coming from legendary blues guitarist Johnny Winter.
Fans of college hoops will be glued to their TVs beginning next week when NCAA March Madness begins. Providing the musical backdrop for the tournament is The Killers' "Shot at the Night," an anthemic track that is the star of a new music video that debuted Thursday across Turner and CBS.
Country stars Eric Church, Toby Keith and Lady Antebellum with special guest Stevie Nicks have been added to the performers lineup at the 49th annual Academy of Country Music, The Hollywood Reporter has learned exclusively. The Academy of Country Music and Dick Clark Productions made the joint announcement Friday.
The Grammy Museum extended its 50 Years of the Rolling Stones panel at SXSW to a tribute concert Thursday at the Red Eyed Fly that featured a baker's dozen acts interpreting the music of the Rolling Stones.