PyeongChang is the first Olympics where all figure skaters have the option to use music with vocals. So prepare to hear a lot of "Moulin Rouge" — soundtracks are supreme — but also Coldplay, Ed Sheeran, and "Despacito."
Coldplay frontman Chris Martin will cross paths with Phil Dunphy on an upcoming episode of "Modern Family."
Snoop Dogg is no stranger to technology, often posting Instagram videos to share his thoughts about everything from politics to sports and even recommendations for the best weed strains. “I went to iTunes looking for his album and I couldn’t find it,” the rapper continued. Although Snoop Dogg ended up with a pirated copy, he had nothing but high praise for the rapper’s new album, saying, “Shout-out to Jay-Z – he did it again.
On Sunday, June 4th, Disney and ABC Television Group will broadcast the One Love Manchester benefit concert to aid victims and families of the May 22nd Manchester attack. Grande organized a benefit concert for victims of the attack. The concert will feature performances by Ariana Grande, Justin Bieber, Coldplay, Katy Perry, Miley Cyrus, Pharrell Williams, and the Black Eyed Peas.
The producers from HBO’s Game of Thrones recently confirmed that musician Ed Sheeran will make a cameo appearance on the 7th season of the hit show.
Coldplay was the musical guest on The Late Show, and frontman Chris Martin sat down with Stephen Colbert and helped him with lyrics for the show’s theme song.
Coldplay frontman Chris Martin apparently needed a ride to the Super Bowl and since it’s only few hours north of Los Angeles, The Late Late Show’s James Corden gave him a ride. The two mainly talked music as Chris performed his impression of Mick Jagger, sang several songs, and even gave viewers a taste of his upcoming Super Bowl halftime performance.
Bruce Springsteen: The Ties That Bind: The River Collection (Columbia / Legacy) In the current world of non-stop reissued album and film classics, there are a few names guaranteed to ring cash registers and satisfy salivating customers worldwide. Among them are the Beatles, the Rolling Stones, Pink Floyd and, indeed, Bruce Springsteen, whose ultimate claim to fame may be less his actual music than the degree of fervent affection his lifelong fans feel for him.