Mikael Wood

Swedish House Mafia,

Swedish House Mafia, "Until One"

This Stockholm-based DJ outfit scored a dance hit earlier this year with “One (Your Name),” its hard-hitting collaboration with Pharrell Williams of N*E*R*D.
Reba McEntire

Reba McEntire "All the Women I Am"

Among the many ladies Reba McEntire claims to be on her new studio album, “All the Women I Am,” is the type that peppers normal conversation with the phrase “kick it”—as in, “I’d kick it with who I wanted/And never get confronted for it.”
Ask Billboard: Sugarland's Sweet Success

Sugarland: The Billboard Cover Story

Sugarland cites OMD and Peter Gabriel as influences on its bold new album, "The Incredible Machine." But will country radio love its take on the '80s?
Jerry Lee Lewis Looks Back on Career for 75th Birthday

Jerry Lee Lewis Enlists Legendary Friends for New Album

Jerry Lee Lewis' new album, "Mean Old Man," is due Sept. 7 on Verve/Universal Music Enterprises (UMe). The record features appearances by Eric Clapton, Keith Richards and Willie Nelson, plus a handful of younger stars including John Mayer and Sheryl Crow.
Maroon 5 'Would Have Liked' More Success with 'Hands All Over'

Maroon 5: The Billboard Cover Story

On the eve of the release of Maroon 5's third studio album, "Hands All Over," frontman Adam Levine can't help but gripe a little. "The general perception of our band," he says, "still needs work."  
Brian Wilson Reaches Back For 'Gershwin' Project

Brian Wilson Reaches Back For 'Gershwin' Project

In 2004, Brian Wilson scored a critical and commercial victory by releasing a completed version of "Smile," the legendary "Pet Sounds" follow-up he'd originally begun work on in 1966. Six years later, the Beach Boys mastermind is reaching even further back in time for his latest project, "Brian Wilson Reimagines Gershwin," due Aug. 17 from Walt Disney Records.

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