“These four headlining artists are willing to play for free because they believe this generation wants to see the end of extreme poverty,” said Hugh Evans, cofounder and CEO of Global Poverty Project.
Performers outnumbered awards at Sunday’s BET Awards, which was jam-packed with everyone from Mariah Carey to Chris Brown with Nicki Minaj to R. Kelly to JT and many more.
This week’s episode of Glee is a tribute to Stevie Wonder with the whole New Directions gang putting their own spin on some of the singer’s greatest hits. Kurt is hanging around Lima and might […]
For over five decades, legendary music producer Quincy Jones has lent his talents to some of the most notable songs and albums in history. To recognize his 80th birthday, Jones was honored by many of […]
Alicia Keys is getting fans ready for some football at this year’s Super Bowl. The singer has confirmed she’ll be singing the National Anthem before the game on February 3. But don’t plan to hear […]
When it comes to GRAMMY-winning songs from years past, what are your favorite? We asked that very question to some of today’s biggest and brightest musicians, and got some fantastic GRAMMY winner playlists in return. Blake Shelton […]
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Beyoncé might be singing the National Anthem for President Obama when he gets sworn in for a second time on January 21, but Katy Perry, fun. and Alicia Keys are helping him get the party […]
For his 17th annual House Full of Toys concert, Stevie recruited ome of his favorite new artists including Bruno Mars for a night filled with music and giving.
“I just remember his friendship, his kindness,” Wonder told the crowd at LA’s Nokia Theatre last night (November 18). “And I remember his love for music, his love for people.”