To help ease your stress this holiday season, Radio.com came up with a foolproof gift guide for all those music lovers in your life. Seriously, nothing says happy holidays like an inflatable confetti banana from Miley Cyrus or a painting of Taylor Swift’s cats.
It’s good to be One Direction right now. Actually, let’s be honest, it’s always good to be those guys.
This week the craziest, most uneventful showdown in celebrity history happened, a movie trailer is still a big deal, and an odd couple pair up for an album.
You’ve already spent a ton of cash on a concert ticket — so why would you want to thow away another couple hundred bucks? That’s the question being asked at the Wells Fargo Center and other venues, which are witnessing the start of what could be a new trend.
Welcome to Jukebox Jury, our new music debate show where experts face off and a jury of fans decides the winner. THE CASE: Justin Timberlake may have dropped his big comeback single “Suit & Tie,” […]
You’ll probably have to deal with shaky video, plus a sound track of fans screaming and singing along, but it’s a growing trend.
Why did the GRAMMYs snub One Direction this year? A quick look back shows they have never, ever, ever, ever (like never) liked boy bands.
“I think they have a lot of hype behind them. I don’t know if they’ve been around and proved themselves enough.”
While .fun, Taylor Swift, Carly Rae Jepsen & Gotye are celebrating their GRAMMY Nominations there is one group of artists left out of this year’s ceremony: boy bands.
For a music or sports superfan to one-up a friend, it’s not all about the autograph anymore. They’ve turned to Twitter to beg for a celebrity shout-out for all to see.