Ali-Ollie Woodson, who led the legendary Motown quintet The Temptations in the 1980s and '90s and restored them to their hit-making glory with the song "Treat Her Like A Lady," has died. He was 58.
Even as he endured grueling chemotherapy treatments to rid his stomach of cancer, Ronnie James Dio showed the fiery passion that made him a metal legend, flashing his famous devil's horns signal as he lay in a hospital bed.
Tickets go on sale Saturday for the Pink Floyd Experience and Faith Hill, who will perform at the Summer Concert Series at Pacific Amphitheatre at the 2010 Orange County Fair, the fair announced today.
Chris Brown's attorney says the R&B singer has completed nearly 300 hours of community service since being sentenced for beating Rihanna.
Susan Reed, the cabaret singer whom Life magazine saluted in a l955 cover story as the leading lady of the folk music era, has died. She was 84.
The Grammys are returning to their traditional month of February for 2011.
The Doors story has always been a strange one. Now, a feature-length documentary offers some new insight into the legendary rock group.
Los Angeles school officials told Michael Jackson to beat it seven years ago. Now, fans of the late pop star want him back.
Herb Ellis, the critically acclaimed jazz guitarist who played with such luminaries as Ella Fitzgerald and was a member once of the celebrated Oscar Peterson Trio, died Sunday, his son said. He was 88.
"American Idol" finalist Crystal Bowersox is on a roll.
Lacey Brown is down and out on "American Idol."
Teen power won out on "American Idol" as Katie Stevens claimed a place in the top 12 while a more experienced singer got the ax.
Michael "Big Mike" Lynche made Kara DioGuardi cry and turned the rest of the "American Idol" judges giddy with a moving performance of "This Woman's Work."
Tim Urban tripped up his second shot at "American Idol" fame.
"American Idol" contestant Chris Golightly was dropped from the top 24 semifinalists because of a "lack of veracity" during the audition process, a person close to the Fox TV show said Thursday.
Seven "American Idol" contestants can stop worrying, for now: They're in the top 24.