Selena Gomez is teaming up with Gwen Stefani on Season 9 of NBC’s “The Voice,” serving as her adviser. The news was shared Monday on “The Voice’s” Twitter account. The multihyphenate Gomez will be…
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French electronic duo Daft Punk hung onto the top of the U.S. chart for a second consecutive week as "Random Access Memories" enjoyed rare sales legs. The pair's Columbia album tracked sales of…
Getting lucky had nothing to do with Daft Punk's ascent to No. 1 on the U.S. album chart with its new "Random Access Memories." The French dance/electronic duo of Guy-Manuel de Homem Christo and…
As much hype has attended the addition of original programming to Netflix this year, the company has always been careful to manage expectations as to how shows like “House of Cards” and “Hemlock…
By the standards of most film premiere afterparties, Thursday night's bash for the L.A. bow of Dave Grohl's "Sound City," about the legendary Van Nuys studio, was a total wash.
"Sound City" is Foo Fighter and die-hard fanboy Dave Grohl's infectiously enthusiastic love letter to the San Fernando Valley studio where his first band, Nirvana, recorded "Nevermind," and where a…
Variety's Q&A with songwriter Gerry Goffin
John Fogerty will live dangerously this Saturday, as the former Creedence Clearwater Revival frontman performs his song catalog without a net on the PBS bow of the Emmy-winning "Live by Request."
Mixing and matching old and new in a manner befitting a semi-centennial, the Grammys continue to somewhat unevenly feel their way into the "American Idol" era.