The 2016 Pirelli calendar is here and it's a whole different kind of celebration of women than it's been since 1964, when the Italian tire company launched its highly coveted annual who's who of powerhouse models and photographers.
Let’s take a moment to send some positive vibes in Motorhead’s direction. The long-running hard rock band was forced to cancel a pair of German concerts after guitarist Phil Campbell was hospitalized on Nov. 27.
Rights holders in Canada earned a victory last week when the Supreme Court ruled that copies of musical works for broadcast are protected by copyright law, siding with the licensing agency SODRAC over objections by the CBC.
Like a lot of misunderstood teens, J.K. Rowling was a really big Smiths fan. In a recent interview with The Guardian's Weekend magazine the "Harry Potter" author spoke about meeting Morrissey and all the magical fandom that ensued.
It's good to have friends in high places: Ed Sheeran has signed touring buddy Foy Vance to his Gingerbread Man Records label, marking the second signing for Sheeran after the smashing success of his first signee, Jamie Lawson, whose album debuted at No. 1 in the UK this past October.
South Korean rapper PSY, who is set to release his first album since becoming an international sensation more than three years ago with the smash hit "Gangnam Style," says the pressure to live up to that success caused him to take his time with his latest project.
Adele’s "25" made music sales history, earned a milestone debut on the Billboard 200 chart, and instantly became the year’s top selling album in the U.S. in just one week (with 3.38 million sold!). And that’s just three statistics behind "25’s" huge arrival. Here are some more fun facts and figures associated with "25’s" big bow
How coordinated were you at six years old? Good enough to ride a bike without training wheels? To ice skate? Maybe enough to share a video with the family of you doing pretty well at "Dance Dance Revolution"?