• The Glorious Corner: “Manifest”, “This is Us”, Chick Corea and More

  • The 22nd Annual “Hollywood Film Awards” To Be Held Sunday,November 4th at The Beverly Hilton

  • Robert Enguld To Return As Freddy Kreuger

  • Kingsman 3 Gets Release Date

  • The Glorious Corner: Paul Simon, Kiefer Sutherland, Scott Shannon and More

  • Cher: ‘I’ve Always Felt Like An Outsider’

  • Elton John Inks a Deal With Universal Music Group ‘For the Rest of His Career’

  • In Art-House Cinema: Gilda Radner, King Lear, Joan Jett and James Dean Movies

  • The Beach Boys’ Mike Love to Release “Reason for the Season” on October 26

  • The Monkees To Release Their First-Ever Christmas Album

  • Sally Field: “Acting Set Me Free”

  • Paul McCartney Teases Beatles “Let It Be” Film Remake

  • The Brand-New “Doctor Who” Series Trailer is HERE!

  • Watch: Cher’s Official Music Video Of ABBA’s “SOS”

  • The Glorious Corner: Emmy Awards 2018, Henry Winkler, Amy Sherman, Julie Chen, Lana Del Ray and More!

  • The Captain Marvel Trailer Is Finally Here

  • A First Look Into “The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina”

  • Captain Marvel’s First Trailer Teases New Marvel Movie

  • Queen’s Brian May on Bohemian Rhapsody’s Rami Malek

  • Emmy Awards 2018: The Complete List of Winners

Hollywood Stories: Tour Guide Shares Thousands of Stories on Hollywood Legends

After collecting literally hundreds of vintage tales of Hollywood legends over the years, Stephen Schochet not only wrote a book that everyone could enjoy on the glamorous, and not so glamorous, stories of Hollywood icons, but also created audiobooks. As explained in an interview with Reuters, this entrepreneur told two kinds of stories on his tour bus; origin stories – […]

A Day in the Life of Nickelback’s Chad Kroeger

Between his world-dominating work with Nickelback, his multi-platinum collaborations with other artists, and his award-winning compositions for film, Chad Kroeger has proved himself one of the most versatile artists working in rock today. Check out hits such as “Rock Star,” “Photograph,” “How You Remind Me,” “I’d Come for You,” “Savin’ Me,” “Far Away” and “Someday,” […]

Josh Groban To Release Long-Awaited Fifth Studio Album

Already one of the most acclaimed and beloved singers and songwriters around the world, Josh Groban breaks new ground of artistic and personal growth with his long-awaited fifth studio album, Illuminations, to be released on November 15th, 2010, from Reprise Records. The album is the rewardingly surprise-filled result of the unexpected but stimulating teaming with veteran producer Rick Rubin, […]

AOL’s AIM Announces the Jason Derülo R oad Trip for Fans

AOL’s AIM announces the Jason Derülo VIP Road Trip in partnership with Entertainment 3Sixty. The promotion, which is currently running, will call on fans to “Like” the AIM Facebook page (www.facebook.com/aim) in order to be eligible for entry. One winner will be chosen for each date of Jason’s headlining tour beginning September 27 in Philadelphia, […]

Jennifer Lopez, Steven Tyler Take Their Places At ‘American Idol’ Judges’ Table

Producer Nigel Lythgoe tweets picture of new judging lineup at New Jersey auditions. For those wondering what it will look like when Jennifer Lopez and Steven Tyler take their spots next to Randy Jackson at the judges’ tab le on “American Idol” next season, Nigel Lythgoe is giving fans a sneak peek. On Tuesday, the […]

David Bowie’s Expanded ‘Station To Station’ Special & Deluxe Editions Released By Virgin/EMI

 David Bowie‘s hugely influential 1976 album,Station To Station, was released this week by Virgin/EMI in expanded Special Edition (3CD and digital download) and limited Deluxe Edition (5CD+DVD Audio+3LP) packages. To celebrate the release, four DJs from Los Angeles public radio station KCRW (89.9 FM and KCRW.com), Jeremy Sole, Anthony Valadez, Eric J Lawrence, and Chris Douridas, have each remixed the album’s […]

Billie Joe Armstrong Makes Broadway Debut in American Idiot

Last night, September 28, Green Day frontman and the musical’s composer/ co-author Billie Joe Armstrong made his Broadway debut as “St. Jimmy” at the St. James Theatre in AMERICAN IDIOT. Armstrong will perform through Sunday, October 3, 2010. Immediately following this engagement, Mr. Armstrong will join Green Day in Caracas, Venezuela on October 8, 2010 […]

Donny Osmond To Host ‘Lovesongs’ On KOST

Donny Osmond has come on board at CLEAR CHANNEL AC KOST/LOS ANGELES as host of “Lovesongs on the Coast,” which airs on SUNDAY 7p-midnight.The program is a local version of The Donny Osmond  Show, which is syndicated by MCVAY MEDIA and distributed by CITADEL MEDIA. In making this announcement, CLEAR CHANNEL RADIO/LOS ANGELES Head of […]

Julian Lennon Show at Morrison Hotel Bowery makes history. CBS Sunday Morning to broadcast event this Sunday morning, October 3rd.

Brothers share a loving hug. Photo: Rick Edwards L-R: Cynthia Lennon, Yoko Ono Lennon, Sean Lennon, Julian Lennon, Anthony Mason of CBS and CBS Cameraman.  Julian Lennon show at Morrison Hotel Bowery makes history.CBS Sunday Morning to broadcast event thisSunday morning, October 3rd. The evening was being documented by the cameras of CBS Sunday Morningwhich […]

Singer-Songwriter Bobby Long Signs With ATO Records

British singer-songwriter-guitarist Bobby Long has signed a recording agreement with New York-based independent label ATO Records. Long’s debut is set for release on February 1, 2011. The album, entitled A WINTER TALE, is a collection of 11 original songs from a repertoire deeply rooted in American folk, blues and country music. The recording is produced […]

Neil Young’s Le Noise Film To Premiere September 30

Le Noise Film — a 38-minute black and white film of eight live-in-studio performances of the eight songs that appear on legendary rocker Neil Young’s brand-new album Le Noise — will be made available for viewing exclusively on YouTube  beginning September 30th. These will appear in the Spotlight section of You-Tube’s homepage as well as on Young’s YouTube channel (http://www.youtube.com/neilyoung). In addition to the […]

Jason Mraz Announces “Life is Good”

Jason Mraz has announced details of “Life Is Good,” a live digital EP available October 5 recorded earlier this month on Mraz’s current North American tour. “Life Is Good” will feature live versions of four new songs, as well as a live version of “Coyotes” from Mraz’s last studio album, WE SING. WE DANCE. WE […]

“Glee” Recap: Brittany Vs. Britney

John Stamos and Britney Spears made their much anticipated debuts on this week’s “Glee.” Will protests the kids’ suggestion for a Britney Spears assignment. As we all know, Britney has never been the most modest of pop stars. Will fears that Spears may not be the best role model for New Directions to emulate. Brittany […]

Elton John’s Mom to Auction Off Memorabilia

Sir Elton John’s mom is auctioning off memorabilia from her famous son after moving to a smaller house. The Rocket Man’s mother Sheila discovered a host of items from John’s glittering career after clearing out her home, and she has decided to place them under the hammer. Items to be sold include tour jackets, more […]

Brian Wilson “Songwriter 1962 – 1969” on DVD 11/23

An in-depth review of the Wilson’s songs through the ’60s Brian Wilson “Songwriter 1962 – 1969” is a documentary film investigating the rich tapestry of music written and produced by this brilliant 20th century composer. The songs Wilson wrote for and recorded with The Beach Boys during the 1960s are brilliantly re-assessed throughout the main DVD […]

Blood Manor, NYC’s Premier Haunted Attraction—Scaring Manhattan Senseless for the Sixth Consecutive Year

In 2010, Blood Manor, NYC’s Premier Haunted Attraction, returns to scare Manhattan senseless for the sixth consecutive year. Blood Manor will bring terror to the Big Apple with an abundance of new themes and scares. 2010 is poised to be the scariest, creepiest, and most fun season ever. For five years of successful macabre delight, […]

David Bowie “Rare and Unseen” on DVD 11/23

An icon’s story told through truly rare and unseen archival footage The next title in the Rare and Unseen series looks at the British actor, producer and musician for five decades: David Bowie.Most famous for his alter-ego, the ostentatious, androgynous “Ziggy Stardust” during the glam-rock era of the early 1970s, Bowie has continually reinvented his […]

Phil Collins Comes back Strong With “Going Back”

Atlantic recording artist Phil Collins has announced the U.S. release of his hugely anticipated new album, “GOING BACK.”  The legendary artist’s first full-length solo work in eight years arrives in stores and at all digital retailers on Tuesday, September 28th. “GOING BACK” is a deeply personal labor of love that finds the eight-time Grammy winner faithfully […]

Conan O’Brien on Max Weinberg Leaving

By mutual agreement, Conan O’Brien’s longtime bandleader, Max Weinberg will not be returning to lead the late night band he created in 1993 as Conan moves to his new home at TBS on November 8th.Beginning on September 13th of 1993 “The Max Weinberg 7” and later “Max Weinberg and The Tonight Show Band” were favorites […]