Peter Tork, the endearingly goofy musician and actor who came to fame in the 1960s as a member of the Zeitgeist-capturing television rock band the Monkees, has passed away at age 77. While no cause of death has yet been confirmed, Tork was diagnosed with a rare form of tongue cancer, adenoid cystic carcinoma, in 2009.
Country singer Luke Bryan and his wife, Caroline Bryan, are mourning the lossof their 18-year-old rescue pup, Poochie
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The 1975 frontman Matty Healy took the opportunity to call out music industrymisogyny during this year's Brit Awards
Thirty-eight years ago, entertainment publicist John Wilson held a potluck Oscar party at his Los Angeles home, and — inspired by a double feature of the infamous movie musicals Xanadu and Can’t Stop the Music — he decided to launch his own informal awards show, the Golden Raspberry Awards, or “Razzies,” to recognize the worst in film. Obviously the title Can’t Stop the Music was incredibly nonprophetic, since Village People’s poorly timed flick came out in 1980, when disco music was well on its way to being stopped.
Country singer-songwriter Kacey Musgraves's latest work was good enough to clean up at the this month's Grammy Awards, but she isn't among those nominated for the top ACM Award.
“I've been making music for 40 years now. Eventually you become part of the establishment, whether you like it or not.”
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Paris Hilton hinted in a tweet on Monday that she may have new music on the way. The day after her 38th birthday, the socialite star took too Twitter to share the news, writing simply, "Back in the studio.
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Queen is ready to rock the Oscars. The Academy announced in a tweet Monday that the legendary British rock band profiled in the Best Picture-nominated “Bohemian Rhapsody” will perform during Sunday’s Oscars broadcast.Queen’s live touring act features original members Brian May and Roger Taylor and is led by singer Adam Lambert in place of Freddie Mercury. The group’s former bassist, John Deacon, retired in 1997.“Is this the real life? Is this just fantasy? We welcome @QueenWillRock and @AdamLambert to this year’s Oscars,” the Academy tweeted.Also Read: Motion Picture Sound Editors Give Top Awards to 'A Quiet Place,' 'Bohemian Rhapsody,' 'Spider-Man'The announcement by the Academy comes after it reversed a decision to move four of the 24 awards to commercial breaks at this year’s ceremony and presenting edited speeches later on in the broadcast. The plan was an effort to shorten the awards broadcast to under three hours, which producer Donna Gigliotti said in an interview with the New York Times Monday would now not be possible.The Oscars will also feature musical performances by each of the five Oscar-nominated songs. Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper, Jennifer Hudson, Gillian Welch and David Rawlings and Bette Midler will all perform at the ceremony, with Welch and Rawlings performing “When a Cowboy Trades His Spurs for Wings” and Midler performing “The Place Where Lost Things Go” from “Mary Poppins Returns.” And it’s expected that Kendrick Lamar and SZA will also perform “All the Stars” from “Black Panther.”“Bohemian Rhapsody,” the story of the formation of Queen and the life story of singer Freddie Mercury, as portrayed by Rami Malek, is nominated for five Oscars.Also Read: 'Bohemian Rhapsody' Wins Cinema Audio Society Award for Sound MixingThe 91st Academy Awards will air Feb. 24 on ABC.Is this the real life? Is this just fantasy? We welcome @QueenWillRock and @adamlambert to this year's Oscars!https://t.co/7uDf42FbjJ— The Academy (@TheAcademy) February 18, 2019Queen + @adamlambert will ROCK YOU! ???????? ????Feb 24th. 5pm PST. Oscars Oscars2019@TheAcademy pic.twitter.com/gpyytIeBdU— Queen (@QueenWillRock) February 18, 2019We will rock The Oscars ???? Feb 24th. 5pm PST. @TheAcademy @QueenWillRock pic.twitter.com/BlGkKnhL68— ADAM LAMBERT (@adamlambert) February 18, 2019Read original story Queen and Adam Lambert Will Perform at Oscars Ceremony At TheWrap
Rapper 21 Savage remained steadfast about his intention to fight deportationthreats in an interview with The New York Times published on Sunday
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The 'American Idol' alum couldn't help but gush over the 'Star Is Born' actress at her Friday concert.