| Jan 24, 2010
| 7:42 AM
LOS ANGELES -- Organizers for the all-star "Hope for Haiti Now" telethon say the event raised $57 million -- and counting.
"The public has set a new standard of giving for a relief telethon with 'Hope for Haiti Now,' and the donations continue to come...
| Jan 23, 2010
| 1:26 PM
Though the all-star telethon was titled "Hope for Haiti Now," for most of its two hours, it was filled with tear-jerking, depressing moments, from mournful songs and grim-faced pleas from celebrities to the suffering faces of the quake-battered victims...
| Jan 31, 2010
Taylor Swift seemed to stun the audience in Staples Center tonight by snatching the final Grammy Award of the evening when the 20-year-old country-pop princess' best-selling collection "Fearless" was named album of the year, her fourth award of the night,...
| Feb 1, 2010
| 7:24 PM
No longer content to watch Africa struggle in the grip of widespread famine, a broad coalition of legendary American musical artists came together in 1985 to perform "we Are the World," in a fundraising effort that would also create a classic song that...
| Feb 6, 2010
Their first exit wasn't graceful. In fact it was a little unusual.
Problems with pensions, and the threat of losing money, forced Howard Mudd and Tom Moore to retire early , and leave the team on which they'd become an institution.
But thanks to some...
| Mar 31, 2010
| 7:08 PM
| Nov 10, 2009
Bon Jovi, 'The Circle' ★ 1/2 (out of four)"Who's gonna work for the working man?" wonders Jon Bon Jovi on the new album by the long-running outfit that bears his name. Well, Bon Jovi is up to the job: On "The Circle" (Island), this band of Jersey...
| Jul 2, 2006
Is Chamillionaire's hit song "Ridin' " a political anthem? What about Shakira and Wyclef Jean's "Hips Don't Lie"? When seeking anthems for a new political age, should those critical of the Bush administration be turning toward a Dirty South rapper mad...
| Jul 24, 1997
Don't talk to Missy "Misdemeanor" Elliott about how bad things are supposed to be in the music business.
The Portsmouth, Va., native's debut album, "Supa Dupa Fly," burst onto the nation's pop chart at No. 3 during its first week in the stores, selling...
| May 24, 1997
"Blood on the Dance Floor" is an apt title: Jackson is hemorrhaging, and a string of emergency surgeons--of the mixing board variety--try to stop the bleeding.
But without any further collaboration from Jackson himself, such top remixers as Todd Terry...