Ylvis may not have hit No. 1 in America with sleeper hit "The Fox (What Does the Fox Say?)" but the Norwegian comedy duo has reached the top of a chart after all this year -- this time with its first book.
The controversy swirling around comments made by "Duck Dynasty" star Phil Robertson hasn't seemingly negatively impacted the sales of the show's hit album "Duck the Halls: A Robertson Family Christmas."
The ceiling of a London theater partially collapsed Thursday night, showering a packed audience with heaps of plaster, wood and dust. More than 80 people were injured -- at least seven seriously -- and several trapped theater-goers had to be rescued, authorities said.
Two weeks ahead of Britney Spears’ opening residency performance at Las Vegas’ Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino, parent company Caesars Entertainment has named Live Nation the exclusive booker of the resort’s newly renovated 7,000-seat theater. Billboard.biz offers a virtual tour.
On the red carpet at Billboard's annual Women In Music event, Billboard senior correspondent Andrew Hampp had a chance to speak with Anne Stanchfield, one of the evening's honoree and the executive in charge of music buying for Target, about her company's work in the industry.
Jay Z and Imagine Dragons were among the top artists in both the U.S. and around the world at on-demand streaming service Rdio in 2013. Rdio listeners in 51 countries also heavily streamed Macklemore & Ryan Lewis and Miley Cyrus.
Warner Music Group has unveiled its plans for Parlophone – Daft Punk will be playing the Grammy Awards next month – A judge ruled Pandora doesn't have a blanket license, which spells trouble for the digital broadcaster – and much more in today's Fix.
Daft Punk, the elusive, pioneering French electronic duo whose "Random Access Memories" -- the pair's biggest-selling album which debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 -- was released in semi-surprise fashion earlier this year, will perform at the Grammy Awards on January 26th, executive producer Ken Ehrlich has told Rolling Stone.