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  • Drummer Ricky Lawson Dies at 59

    Ricky Lawson, a founding member of music group the Yellowjackets and a studio drummer who collaborated with musicians including Michael Jackson, Eric Clapton, Phil Collins and Whitney Houston, has died at Long Beach Memorial Medical Center in Long Beach,...
  • Dance Moms Season 3 Episode 23 recap: Lies, Damned Lies and Melissa

     
    So we’re finally back to business in Pittsburgh, Dance Moms nation. Well, all except for Asia and Kristie. But Abby’s home from L.A. and wanting to know if the gang missed her. Yeeeeessssss, say the girls. Nooooooothing, say the moms. Abby...
  • Beyonce at United Center concert review

    Beyonce at United Center concert review
    Beyonce and some of her famous friends – most notably First Lady Michelle Obama and her two daughters – showed up Wednesday at the United Center to throw a giant girl-power party. Beyonce has been writing female anthems since she was a...
  • Bummer debuts video for 'Low' featuring Allison Scagliotti

    Bummer debuts video for 'Low' featuring Allison Scagliotti
    Crowding four bandmates into a Ukrainan Village warehouse that serves as both living and rehearsal space can be, well, a bummer. "It makes recording really easy," said vocalist/guitarist John Rossiter of the Chicago band Bummer, "but it makes you hate...
  • OWN's 'Haves & Have Nots' Hits Series High, Sets Network Mark

    Tyler Perry's original drama "The Haves and the Have Nots" drew a series-best 1.87 million viewers Tuesday night, setting a network record in the process. The only OWN telecasts to rate higher, according to Nielsen, have been Winfrey's sit-downs with...
  • Beyonce, a/k/a Mrs. Carter, commands Philly's Wells Fargo Center

     
    True to her reputation, Beyoncé — Mrs. Carter — delivered Thursday night at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia. Belting out every note infallibly, dancing each synchronized step perfectly, Queen Bey makes us wonder if her music videos each...
  • Whitney Houston: Five songs to remember her by

    Whitney Houston: Five songs to remember her by
    Whitney Houston, the superstar vocalist whose hit tunes helped bridge the gap between pop and soul music, was born 50 years ago Friday, on Aug. 9, 1963, in Newark, N.J. The birthday, of course, is one she didn't live to see: Houston died last year in...
  • Lindsay Lohan to Oprah: 'I'm My Own Worst Enemy'

    All aboard the Lindsay Lohan redemption express. Next stop: Oprah Winfrey's couch. In a much-publicized coup, the talk show queen's OWN network will air an exclusive sit-down with her and the troubled "Canyons" star at 9 p.m. August 18. The network is...
  • Listen to Lady Gaga's new single 'Applause'

    Listen to Lady Gaga's new single 'Applause'
    Lady Gaga is roaring back. Mere days after Katy Perry unleashed "Roar" -- the lead single from her upcoming "Prism" album -- the eccentric pop superstar rush-released her own single Monday to YouTube and iTunes, a week earlier than she'd originally...
  • Kendrick Lamar blasts other rappers, crowns himself 'King of New York'

    In hip-hop, it's one thing to ride hard for your respective side of the country. It's another thing entirely to declare yourself the undisputed bicoastal titan, and call out a laundry list of successful peer MCs you want to eradicate from the history...
  • REVIEW: Leon Russell takes Musikfest Cafe crowd on a musical thrill ride

     
    Singer-pianist Leon Russell has played with pretty much everybody in a career that now has stretched more than 55 years. So it shouldn’t have been a surprise when the set list for his show Friday before a nearly sold-out crowd......
  • 'Glee' star belts it out for Civil Rights Game

    'Glee' star belts it out for Civil Rights Game
    As often is the case, it all comes back to Oprah. Charice, the performer once dubbed the most talented girl in the world by Winfrey stood on the field on Saturday after singing the national anthem at U.S. Cellular Field, wishing the woman who helped...