'Jeopardy' puzzled some viewers and Beatles fans Tuesday night with a Final Jeopardy round that may have misinterpreted the band’s 1964 hit “Eight Days a Week.”
Quincy Jones has issued an apology after recently giving interviews in which he trash-talked Taylor Swift and the Beatles, said he dated Ivanka Trump, and declared that Michael Jackson “stole a lot of songs.”
The iconic music producer makes a bunch of crazy allegations in a new interview, which arrives less than a month after his previous crazy interview.
Acclaimed PBS docu-series Landmarks Live In Concert, which features global superstars performing at iconic locations around the world, is winning praise for its fun, humorous segments hosted by multi-Grammy winner and Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductee Chad Smith from the Red Hot Chili Peppers. Grohl reveals to Smith that the group had a very special guest star play drums on one of their songs — namely, none other than the legendary Paul McCartney! The two discuss what it was like to work with the Beatle, and what his technique brought to the song.
Paul McCartney recruited Billy Joel to perform Beatles tracks "Birthday" and "Get Back" during a New York concert.
Planning a summer vacay and trying to figure out where to go? Everyone wants a little time away for some R&R, and even celebrities need a respite from the constant glare of the spotlight.
'Girls' music supervisor Manish Raval on securing the first use of Tracy Chapman's "Fast Car," a new Robyn song, and a thank you from Paul McCartney.
If the country can agree on one thing right now, it’s that everyone loves the Mannequin Challenge. The Internet craze in which people strike a pose and hold it, like something you might see in a department store window, has captivated many, including Beyoncé, Garth Brooks, Britney Spears, and Ellen DeGeneres.
On Tuesday's "The Late Show," Ava DuVernay and Stephen Colbert let out some top secret information about President Obama’s hush-hush 55th birthday party.
Humility is a word rarely associated with Kanye West – the guy who trashed a $350,000 Maybach in his “Otis” music video with Jay Z in 2012 – but he turns over a new leaf with “Only One.” In one-minute-and-28-second clip that premiered on Ellen Thursday, Kanye and his adorable one-year-old daughter North West, appear in footage shot more like candid home video than his usual big budget productions.