Emmy Rossum is a versatile performer with a growing list of movie credits and a starring role as Fiona Gallagher in the Showtime series “Shameless.” The 27-year-old actress also has some serious musical chops.
In his New York Times best seller "My Cross to Bear," Gregg Allman tells his amazing life story, from forming a legendary band to losing his beloved brother to his dicey history with drugs and women. The book lays it all out there; the trouble is, Allman wasn't too keen to discuss the actual contents of the book in a quick chat with Billboard.com.
The always outrageous and thoroughly entertaining Zakk Wylde has written a book, 'Bringing Metal to the Children: The Complete Berzerker's Guide to World Tour Domination.' Part memoir, part tips on how not to make it in the business it is a hilarious and profanity laden read that is sure to delight Ozzy fans and of course loyal members of the Black Label Society. Wylde shared his insights and advice for Billboard in a free-wheeling interview. Warning: LOTS of f-bombs are about to be dropped.
Liza is back! The long-unavailable recording of Liza Minnelli's legendary Winter Garden concert in 1974 is available for the first time. The iconic singer/actress, who charmingly still uses words like swell and grand, spoke to Billboard about "Live at the Winter Garden" and her lasting career, being a gay icon along with her famous mom and how Lady Gaga tells her she's the reason she's in the music biz.
Billboard spoke to Linda Ramone about her life with Johnny Ramone and she too is also quite a character. Speaking at a rapid-fire Ramone pace with an almost comically thick New Yawk accent, she still heartbreakingly refers to Johnny in the present tense as if she still can't believe he's gone. She's also referred to as the Yoko Ono of punk rock because she was dating Joey Ramone for two years before she left him for Johnny. The two band mates barely spoke after that.