The exhibit, “Ladies and Gentlemen .The Beatles!” opens Wednesday and is a GRAMMY Museum-curated exhibit that will feature artifacts, videos, audio and interactive components about the legendary group.
The Grammy-winning band and Southwest Airlines announced Monday that the group will perform a surprise Live at 35 concert at 35,000 feet on a Feb. 24 flight.
Robert Plant, Deadmau5, and Florence + the Machine will also perform during the four-day event that kicks off June 11 in Manchester, Tennessee.
The magic with this collection lies in how well it honors the original material, without sounding like a bunch of tired old covers.
Bunches of holly and mistletoe have a quirky way of acting as olive branches during this time of the year, when illuminated icicles dangle from suburban gutters and mailboxes brim with greetings from friends and family near and far. Hopefully that’s not too Kevin McAllister for you. But, if you have some semblance of a […]
“He’s going to be the flash and sparkle,” McEntire joked of Ronnie Dunn.
Old Dirty Bastard once proclaimed: Wu-Tang is for the children.
“That’s the plan,” Boyle’s spokeswoman, Nicola Phillips, said Monday. “She met someone when she was in America and the idea is that he can come here.”
“This has been a real perfect day … America feels like a second home to us,” Liam Payne said onstage with his band mates when they won the night’s first award. The group released its new album, “Four,” last week.
It was only a matter of time before Lorde graduated from contributing a song for “Catching Fire” to taking over the soundtrack for the latest “Hunger Games” soundtrack in which the 18-year-old chanteuse curates a concoction of dark magic, enchanting tunes and revolutionary feelings.