"It's good to be back," says Mick Jagger, sweeping a hand across the grand view in front of him at the historic Apollo Theater in Harlem. The Rolling Stones frontman, who moonlights as an increasingly busy Hollywood producer, is here to discuss Universal's James Brown biopic 'Get On Up,' two days before the film premieres at the same venue. It has been years since Jagger, who turns 71 on July 26, last vis-ited the majestic Apollo. He can’t recall exactly when.
5 Seconds of Summer's debut album dropped earlier this week, so be prepared to hear plenty from the Australian heartthrobs in the weeks to come. The outdoor crowd at "Jimmy Kimmel Live" got in on the action, as Luke Hemmings and company stopped by for a two-song performance on last night's show.
After countless classic parodies and more than 30 years on the charts, "Weird Al" Yankovic scored the first Billboard No. 1 Album of his career with "Mandatory Fun." And when the comedy legend swung by AXS TV's Tom Green Live on Thursday, Green surprised Yankovic by handing him a certificate commemorating his chart-topping achievement.