Generic, offensive and inept, ABC's "Rising Star" is the definition of trainwreck television.
ABC has released a new trailer for “Rising Star,” an interactive singing competition in which the live viewing audience determines the fate of every contestant in real-time (unless you're on the West…
Kesha and Ludacris have joined the panel of experts on ABC's new singing competition, “Rising Star,” ABC has confirmed. They'll appear alongside previously rumored country singer Brad Paisley, while…
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"Jimmy Kimmel Live's" 2000th episode aired Monday with special guest Josh Groban honoring the accomplishment the way he does best -- through song. The singer serenaded Kimmel's work over the past 11…
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Disney's long-running ayem chatfest “Live!” is looking good with its tandem of Kelly Ripa and Michael Strahan, last month logging its largest audience in a May sweep in four years. The show, now…
Producing platinum-selling albums wasn't always in the plans for David Foster, but it didn't take long for him to make the shift from playing on other people's sessions to producing other artists.
Warner Music Group posted significant gains in revenue and income, with especially notable bounces in digital revenue, in results for the company's second fiscal quarter ending March 31.
Artists like the Who, James Taylor and the B-52s have turned to the Public Broadcasting System to boost their profile, and vice versa.
While audiophiles may be horrified at the thought of parting with their vinyl LPs, Amazon.com is hoping to usher them into the digital-music age with an offer to automatically "convert" their records…