After two weeks in which the traditional pop of Barbra Streisand and Tony Bennett (with Lady Gaga) held sway, country music roared back to the top of the U.S. album chart as Blake Shelton and Lady…
A star-studded crowd of musicians and scribes flocked to the Beverly Wilshire Tuesday night to celebrate legendary singer-songwriter Stevie Nicks at the 62nd annual BMI Pop Awards. Adam Levine…
Viacom's CMT hopes to raise a hoot and a holler with a new slate of documentary programming. The network, focused on country music and entertainment, intends to use the non-fiction series – about 20…
After winning album of the year in 2011 “The Suburbs,” Arcade Fire are back with a new release scheduled for Oct. 29. The Canadian alt rockers made the announcement via Twitter (in response to a fan)…
A new title by top country trio Lady Antebellum staved off a challenge by the soundtrack for "The Great Gatsby" to take No. 1 on the U.S. album chart.
Kenny Chesney's "Life on a Rock" became the country star's seventh album to take the summit of the U.S. album chart last week. Chesney's Blue Chair/Columbia Nashville release tallied 153,000 copies…
Eminem's "Recovery" and Train's "Hey, Soul Sister" were the top-selling album and song of the year, respectively, at Apple's iTunes musicstore, the company announced Thursday.
Rappers Eminem and Jay-Z weigh in big in the 2011 Grammy Awards competition, but the dark horse contender is a tune too filthy for airplay.
Carrie Underwood made history at the Academy of Country Music Awards on Sunday night, becoming the first woman to win entertainer of the year twice.
On the strength of its titular hit single, Lady Antebellum's new "Need You Now" swept in at No. 1 on the national album chart this week.