Good news for Frozen fans shivering with anticipation for the Broadway musical: A timeline has been set. Disney Theatrical Productions on Tuesday announced over its @FrozenBroadway Twitter feed that the show will open in New York in spring 2018, joining stablemates Aladdin and The Lion King.
With its ornate gold moulding and velvety red seats, New York’s iconic Carnegie Hall has had legends from Judy Garland to The Beatles take the stage. In such a historic venue, it would seem odd to have poppy anthems like Britney Spears’ “Gimme More” and Katy Perry’s “Roar” bumping through the speakers as fur-clad fans file in for their Monday evening out. However, this delightfully crazy detail was only the first of many that Alan Cumming dared squeeze into his performance of “Sappy Songs” on 57th Street.
Future is heading for his third No. 1 album in less than seven months on the Billboard 200 chart. The rapper’s new "Evol" — which was released on Feb. 6 through A-1/Freebandz/Epic — may earn over 135,000 equivalent album units in the week ending Feb. 11, according to industry forecasters, and should open atop the chart dated Feb. 27.
Ricky Spicer, a singer who joined a pair of singing twins in 1970 to form the Jackson Five-esque group The Ponderosa Twins Plus One (Spicer being that suffixed "one"), has filed a suit seeking class action status against and damages from a large cross-section of the digital music landscape.
We are not out of the woods yet -- we're actually heading straight into the forest (and to the beach). On Tuesday (Feb. 9), Taylor Swift released a behind-the-scenes look at the New Zealands set of her dreamy "Out of the Woods" video, which was released on New Year's Eve.
To be fair, Carly Rae Jepsen's excellent 80s inspired album does make her an inspired choice to cover Full House's classic theme song, "Everywhere You Look," which she does during the trailer premiere for the Netflix revival of the popular '80s/'90s sitcom.
By most standards it seemed as though the world unanimously approved of Beyonce's Super Bowl halftime performance. That is, of course, unless you have been watching Fox News, where pundits have come just short of calling it un-American. Well Jessica Williams is not having it.
The original American Idol is now an author. Kelly Clarkson has written a children’s book titled River Rose and the Magical Lullaby. The book chronicles her daughter River Rose’s travels and was inspired by Clarkson’s own world travels with her daughter. The cover art involves balloons and a girl clutching an adorable dog, so we’re totally on board.
Seether has assembled another all-star lineup -- including Disturbed, Volbeat, Alter Bridge and Killswitch Engage -- for its fourth Rise Above Fest, which will raise money and awareness for mental health and suicide prevention on Aug. 6 at Darling`s Waterfront Pavilion in Bangor, Maine.