Chuck Taylor

Whoa, 'Mamma!': ABBA Mania Back In Swing

Whoa, 'Mamma!': ABBA Mania Back In Swing

ABBA is about to take a chance on the movies. Today (July 18), "Mamma Mia!" opens in the United States, employing nearly two dozen songs from the enduring Swedish quartet, including "Dancing Queen," "S.O.S.," "The Winner Takes It All" and "Take a Chance on Me."
Delta Goodrem: Elevation

Delta Goodrem: Elevation

When Delta Goodrem was cast in Australia's long-running serial "Neighbours" in 2002, the teenager didn't care for the "bad girl" character written for her -- and had the audacity to renege on the potentially career-making role.
SOS Records Launches With Hand From Archbishop Tutu

SOS Records Launches With Hand From Archbishop Tutu

Using the dramatic calling card "The Day That Music Was Set Free," SOS Records launched at a New York press conference today, including an endorsement from Nobel Prize winner Archbishop Desmond Tutu.
Fun's The Key Word For Dion Tour

Fun's The Key Word For Dion Tour

Celine Dion will begin an extensive world tour Feb. 15, but rather than try to top past outings, or her box-office busting run in Las Vegas, the artist is content to simply "have a good time."
Celine Dion: Ready For Takeoff

Celine Dion: Ready For Takeoff

After a box-office-busting Vegas run, Celine Dion has toughened up her sound. So far, radio likes what it hears.
Queen Latifah,

Queen Latifah, "Poetry Man"

Queen Latifah's second album of jazz, soul and blues standards, "Trav'lin Light," is a marvelous sonic achievement, recorded with such satiny care and class that it seems a crime that anyone might belittle the listening experience with an MP3 player or computer.

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