Bradley Cooper and Patricia Clarkson attend "The Elephant Man" Broadway opening night

Tony Awards Analysis: Who Should (And Will) Win

Final Tony ballots are due by Friday, and the awards will be handed out Sunday night at Radio City Music Hall in a ceremony hosted by past Tony winners Alan Cumming and Kristin Chenoweth (she's also a nominee this year). So who will be standing in the winners' circle when this year's race for the best of the Broadway season is finally over?
Dierks Bentley

Dierks Bentley Previews Sounds of Summer Tour: 'We Just Kind of Went There'

Dierks Bentley has been deep in rehearsal mode over the past week at Nashville's Bridgestone Arena, preparing for his upcoming Sounds of Summer tour, which kicks off Friday night in Raleigh, North Carolina. On Monday, the Capitol Nashville recording artist treated members of the media to a sneak peek at the upcoming show.

G.R.L. Breaks Up

Girl group G.R.L., whose member Simone Battle passed away last September at the age of 25, has officially broken up, a statement from management and their record labels confirmed on Tuesday (June 2).
Class Actress Announces 'Movies' EP, Talks Collaborating With Giorgio Moroder: Exclusive

Class Actress Announces 'Movies' EP, Talks Collaborating With Giorgio Moroder: Exclusive

Class Actress’ Movies, due June 23 (via Casablanca/Republic), is an EP inspired by the films of 80s excess, glamour and self-discovery that co-executive producer Giorgio Moroder helped directly shape. And lead single “More Than You,” which Harper co-wrote with Bogart, is the most convincing mission statement: in its brand-new music video, Harper portrays the Class Actress character as a dangerously sexy melange of the types of women she found herself observing in the corridors of iconic L.A. locales like the Beverly Hills Hotel, all while slinking her breathy falsetto atop slinky synth beats.