| Oct 1, 2008
The latest contestants of the "Top Chef" franchise will have some surprises in store for them, including Martha Stewart, the Foo Fighters and a new judge.
Bravo announced Wednesday (Oct. 1) the lucky 17 new chef'testants to vie for the the title of...
| Oct 8, 2008
Yet another band is complaining about John McCain's use of their song to promote his campaign. This time, it's the Foo Fighters.
The rockers sent out a missive telling the Republican presidential candidate to stop using "My Hero." They said they...
| Apr 25, 2008
One week after taking over as chairman and chief executive of BMG Label Group, Barry Weiss appears to be toiling away behind the scenes, unconcerned about the long shadow cast by his predecessor, Clive Davis.
Living with Davis' outsize legacy is...
| Jul 14, 2008
THERE ARE "once-in-a-lifetime" tribute and trophy shows most every weekend in Los Angeles, but Saturday night had been circled on the calendar for weeks by fans of the British Invasion as an evening of amazing confluence. Crosstown events promised to...
| Jul 3, 2009
Evan Taubenfeld witnessed the rise of a star, actually you could call him her "right-hand man."
Now, he hopes he can follow in her footsteps.
The former Avril Lavigne guitarist kicked off Red, Hot & Boom on Friday night, returning to the event years...
| Dec 6, 2007
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Kanye West received a leading eight Grammy nominations Thursday, and the troubled singer Amy Winehouse received six.
Other top nominees included the Foo Fighters, Jay-Z, Rihannna, Paul McCartney, T-Pain and Timbaland.
Both West and Winehouse were...
| Dec 7, 2007
Kanye West and Amy Winehouse finally got some good news after weeks of public tribulations -- they lead all artists in nominations for the 50th Annual Grammy Awards and will square off in the album of the year category.
West, whose mother died Nov. 10...
| Dec 7, 2007
IN the 1990s, the Russian conceptual art team Komar and Melamid created a bunch of paintings based on extensive market research, asking people from various countries what they favored.
America's "most wanted" painting was a watery landscape featuring...
| Jan 19, 2008
The tentative settlement reached this week between the Directors Guild and producers bolstered hopes that talks would resume in the writers strike, but it wasn't enough to relieve the queasy reality settling on Hollywood that the Academy Awards may go the...
| Feb 10, 2008
She's had huge success by crooning about not crying, but Fergie may shed some tears if she wins a Grammy.
Nominated for best female pop vocal performance for "Big Girls Don't Cry," the singer stands a very good chance of leaving her mark on the golden...
| Feb 11, 2008
Arriving in the final stretch of one of the bleakest awards seasons on record, Clive Davis' annual pre-Grammy party on Saturday night arrived as a reminder of certain inalienable Hollywood truths.
Even in a dust-bowl year during which the writers...
| Feb 10, 2008
Album of the Year: "River: The Joni Letters," Herbie Hancock.
Record of the Year: "Rehab," Amy Winehouse.
Song of the Year: "Rehab," Amy Winehouse (Amy Winehouse).
New Artist: Amy Winehouse.
Producer of the Year, Non-Classical: Mark Ronson.