Ryan Seacrest announced details about the American Idol Season 14 finale on his radio show, which will mix a cross section of pop, rock, boy band nostalgia with an Oscar winner thrown in for good measure.
For anyone who lived through Natalie Imbruglia's success but doesn't exactly remember what her popular "Torn" video was all about, Kurt Braunohler, Kristen Schaal and Mikal Cronin have got you covered.
Jamie Foxx got a beating online over his performance of the national anthem at the Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Manny Pacquiao fight Saturday night, but he's got a few words for all his detractors out there: "Calm down."
When Epik High announced their 2015 North American Tour, the six-date trek already marked the biggest K-pop tour in North America in years. Now, it's even bigger. Tickets for the new dates go on sale tomorrow.
Britney Spears has rescheduled another date of her Britney: Piece of Me show at Las Vegas' Planet Hollywood Casino Resort in order to further recover from an ankle injury she sustained during an onstage fall last week. After she cancelled.
Brantley Gilbert is definitely having a spring to remember. As his current single, "One Hell of an Amen" continues to climb the charts (currently No. 25 on the Hot Country Songs chart), and his Just As I Am album inches closer to million-selling status each week, the Georgia native has recently began to reap some of the rewards of his success.
In country songwriting, fighting words are often leavened with robust wit. It couldn't have been lost on Tyler Farr that his first big hit, 2013's cheater-confronting "Redneck Crazy," came off more menacing than amusing. But he's found an artful way to expand beyond both that song and the hip-hop-cribbing flirtations on his debut LP of the same name. If he was ever viewed as bro country, the brooding performances on 'Suffer in Peace' will change that.
Passion Pit's Michael Angelakos talks to Billboard about recording their latest album 'Kindred,' which debuted at No. 23 on the Billboard 200, and addresses interpretations that it was influenced by his bipolar disorder, which hung over their last record, 'Gossamer.'
Dance music fans often come under fire for not appreciating its history. But given the scene's experiential nature -- it's fueled largely by festivals, clubs and raves -- some might argue that to really understand its roots, you kind of had to be there.