When Franklin saw the set with the massive orchestra ready to go, she told Ehrlich, “This is gonna be fun.” Says Ehrlich, “And it was. It was amazing.”
Speaking to Yahoo Entertainment in 2003, the pop icon offered an unexpected answer to that loaded question.
Fans may have thought Perry had stopped believin’, but after a two-decade hiatus, the reclusive ex-Journey singer is finally prepping a comeback album.
Twenty-four years ago, Navarro made his live Red Hot Chili Peppers debut ... with a 60-pound light bulb on his head.
One vintage album inspired the Stray Cats' unique drumming — although Phantom didn’t learn the story behind that album’s cover art until years later.
This International Cat Day, the "internet's premier cat rapper" is on a mission to erase the stigma against female feline fans.
Thirty-six years later, the world has nothing but love for “Africa.” It’s gonna take a lot to drag fans away from this song.
Jobriath was one of rock’s greatest tragedies, dying of AIDS 35 years ago. But now he's a cult hero for other musicians -- gay and straight -- who owe him a debt.
"It was basically through his loss that I gained, in a terrible way, but he gained as well — because it meant he could carry on working.”
Find which ‘80s star was originally supposed to sing "Take My Breath Away," why Moroder was intimidated in the studio by Freddie Mercury, and more.
"Whenever I hear the Buggles' 'Video Killed the Radio Star,' I get goosebumps. I practically want to cry, every time. Every. Single. Time."
"I asked her if she had a nice bra on, and she thought I was out of my mind! I asked her to actually take her top off. And the rest is history."
Did the 'American Idol' contestants actually know the results in advance? Was Daughtry tapped to be an 'Idol' judge? The rocker tells all.
"So far as our career, I think we narrowly escaped it hurting us. Which is about the best I can say," laughs guitarist Joe Perry.
Live Aid alumni reflect on the surreal star sightings, the nerves, the backstage shenanigans, the onstage mishaps, the misplaced money, and more.
As the "American Idol Live!" tour kicks off this week, watch the cutest couple on "Idol" adorably argue over which songs they'd like to redo.
“It’s been a good first four decades,” declared frontman Robert Smith. “Here’s to the next one.”
Let's turn back the hand of time, as Michelle Pfeiffer and Maxwell Caulfield's love duet once recommended, and reassess this unjustly maligned cult classic.
The Cure, which celebrates its 40th anniversary this week with a mega-concert in London’s Hyde Park, was “alternative” before some marketing think-thank coined that term — truly alternative, in the genuine sense of the term. Says Smith: “That’s the weird misconception about the group, is that we went
"I think any time we do drag, it’s a political statement," says "RuPaul's Drag Race" winner Aquaria. "Because we’re living in a world where people don't see queer people as equal."