Sia is the latest name to be confirmed to take the Grammys stage: the reclusive singer-songwriter will perform at the ceremony next Sunday (Feb. 8), she announced during an appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show that is scheduled to air on Friday (Jan. 30).
TLC is seeking songwriters and producers, and although few details are set, veteran producer/label executive Ron Fair -- most recently Virgin's chief creative officer -- has signed on as executive producer.
Melissa Manchester got a little bit of schooling from her own students while making 'You Gotta Love the Life,' her first new album in a decade. In advance of the album, Billboard is exclusively premiering her track with Stevie Wonder, "Your Love Is Where I Live."
If Sam Smith and Tom Petty were to sing a "Stay With Me"/"I Won't Back Down" duet at the Grammys, here are some other contested songs they could include in what would doubtless be the worst medley in Academy history.
The morning after making their American television premiere on 'Late Show,' U.K. fraternal duo Drenge stopped by Billboard’s New York office to chat with Chris Payne for a new episode of The Alt In Our Stars.