Jennifer Jason Leigh knew -- and Kurt Russell did not -- that he was demolishing an antique Martin from the 1860s, adding a bit of real-life chagrin to her Oscar-nominated performance in 'The Hateful Eight.'
Chase Bryant's been riding his self-titled EP for more than 16 months now. But while he's chomping at the bit to finish and release his debut full-length, the fledgling country artist is also trying to exercise some patience to make sure it's done right.
Kanye West's upcoming album has both a title and a release date: "Waves" (thought that title is liable to change at any time). It's due out Thursday, Feb. 11, but the set's track list -- at least if the oft-changing handwritten list he's shared is any indication.
The Red Hot Chili Peppers headlined a fundraiser for Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders at Los Angeles’ Ace Hotel Friday night (Feb. 5) -- and there were several unusual moments for a presidential fundraiser.
Don't be fooled by the incredibly busy schedule that she's got. Jennifer Lopez is finding the time for more Shades of Blue. NBC announced Friday that it has renewed her rookie series for a second season.
The music sample sourcing service WhoSampled has announced a new integration with Spotify that will allow listeners to discover the inspirations and origins of songs through the digital streaming service.
The studio cast recording of "The Hunchback of Notre Dame" rings the bell at No. 1 on the Cast Albums chart (and at No. 17 on Top Album Sales) with 10,000 copies sold in the week ending Jan. 28, according to Nielsen Music. The set, which was released Jan. 22 on Sh-K-Boom/Ghostlight Records, also makes a striking debut at No. 47 on the overall Billboard 200 chart.
Chicago and Earth, Wind & Fire were kindred spirits even before they began touring together, periodically, in 2004. Both hail from the Windy City and fused elements of the jazz, R&B and rock that was in the air into their respective sounds -- different in direction but certainly similar in spirit.
Jill Scott, Empire’s Jussie Smollett and Pharrell Williams claimed major wins at the 47th NAACP Image Awards' pre-show gala dinner on Thursday night. Held at the Pasadena Conference Center, the celebration feted winners in recorded music as well as 44 other categories.
While Jonas, one of the worst winter storms in recent memory, effectively shut down New York with more than two feet of snow, the Brooklyn-based rockers of Highly Suspect made their way to John Varvatos' Soho boutique to get styled for the Grammy Awards.