'The Voice' live shows began this week, and Monday's top 12 episode was literally one of the best performance nights in the series' 13-season history. So get ready for perhaps the least shady episode in 'The Day After' history!
Nick Carter has been accused by former teen pop singer Melissa Schuman of rape.
The band recently played the first single from the album, “My Window,” live in the Yahoo studio, and we’re excited to premiere that performance in 360 degrees for fans new and old to get a taste of the band’s flavor. If you’d like to keep up with Jr. Juggernaut’s schedule, check here.
Every time I thought I’d witnessed the performance of the night, the next contestant came along, shattered my expectations, and set the bar a notch higher.
The Beach Boys' Mike Love recently stopped by BUILD Series in New York City to discuss a variety of topics, including his new solo album, "Unleash the Love" (released Nov. 17). In an untimely twist, Charles Manson, whom Love detailed meeting in his 2016 memoir, "Good Vibrations," died the night before the interview.
The legendary Diana Ross did her family proud during a joyous performance at the American Music Awards, where she was presented with a lifetime achievement honor.
Going into the evening, one of the ceremony’s most-hyped moments had been Christina Aguilera’s tribute to the ultimate diva, the late Whitney Houston, to celebrate the 25th anniversary of "The Bodyguard," Whitney Houston’s landmark film that spawned the most successful soundtrack of all time.
Sunday night at the American Music Awards, a strikingly different Selena Gomez took the stage to sing for the first time since undergoing kidney transplant surgery.
Kelly Clarkson and P!nk opened up the 2017 American Music Awards Sunday (Nov. 19) with a rare social statement, but one that most of the nation — regardless of political affiliation — could get behind.
The Swedish singer first gained attention by being frank, and her new album continues an unedited journey through the stages of a relationship. In a recent interview in AOL’s Build Series, she talked about her new songs and her approach.
The Dustbowl Revival is a Venice, California-based collective that merges a variety of different vintage Americana genres — including bluegrass, gospel, pre-war blues, and swing — to create a sonic mixture all their own. Frontman/guitarist Zach Lupetin explains the band’s decision to cover the song. “Like it’s from the POV of alien creatures dreaming about what it would be like to go to Texas and find a girl.
Today, we break down the top 24's performances, assess the top 12 moving on to the live shows, and wonder aloud if Blake Shelton really is the Sexiest Man Alive.
Yahoo Entertainment talked to Clark about the theme song and find out what superpowers the Austin, Texas, virtuoso employed to make the cover such a raging success.
Darja is a New York-based singer-songwriter hailing from Riga, Latvia. Splitting time between her education and her music career, she appeared on a variety of TV music competitions, including Germany’s Popstars and ITV’s Pop Idol. During this time, she also began pursuing her solo career, which shows off her multidimensional approach to music.
Brooke Simpson's "It’s a Man’s, Man’s, Man’s World" proved Season 13 is all about the ladies, but one talented girl had to say goodbye this Wednesday.
The startling video features blond clonelike soldiers rounding up a collection of unique beauties, following the commands of a Hitler-esque dictator.
Pink joined James Corden for a little "Carpool Karaoke" and revealed the gift that she received from Bon Jovi.
Blake Shelton may be the Sexiest Man Alive, but he may soon be feeling like the Stupidest Coach Alive, when his longtime rival Adam Levine wins this season with a former Team Blake country contestant.
They’re teaming up for a special Christmas tour that begins at the end of November, but the two country singers have produced a Christmas video as well. It features an old-school, ’40s-style theme, with a nod to the military tucked in as well.
While Haircut 100 rode the Second British Invasion of the early ‘80s with pop-funk bangers like “Favourite Shirts” and “Love Plus One," the now 56-year-old troubadour’s current music reflects his quieter, calmer lifestyle.
“Maybe we were just a little too weird. I'm proud of that identity. And I'm proud that even though we're getting a certificate from the City of L.A. or we're at the Grammy Museum, we're still not quite ready for prime time. That’s beautiful.”
Billy Ray Cyrus has captivated audiences with his distinctive vocal style and charismatic stage presence over nearly three decades, achieving worldwide success as a singer, songwriter, actor, and producer. The Flatwoods, Kentucky native is a bonafide music icon and has exemplified how Nashville’s take on the music business changed for country artists. During a visit to New York City, Cyrus sat down with BUILD Series to discuss his new album, Set The Record Straight, as well as raising children who are musically schooled and adept individuals.
If 13 Crowns seem like a throwback to upbeat ’80s family acts like the Jets, well, the group’s seven siblings are the kids of Jets bassist Haini Wolfgramm.