Green Day, Stevie Ray Vaughan (how had he not made it already?), Ringo, and Joan Jett headline an unusually top-heavy class of inductees. They’ll be ushered in this spring.
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A storyline of Whitney Houston’s upcoming (January 17, 2015) Lifetime biopic involves a romantic relationship with her assistant Robyn Crawford. Did this relationship really happen?
Stevie Wonder and his girlfriend welcomed their second child together, his rep confirms. Find out her name and the purposeful meaning behind it….
Anthony Vincent is the one-man show behind Ten Second Songs, a viral phenomenon in which he picks one song and sings it in a variety of styles for ten seconds each. His holiday offering is “All I Want For Christmas Is You,” and it’s something that has to be heard (and seen) to be believed. Settle in.
Love and Hip Hop: Hollywood star Hazel E is trying to move past all the drama fans of the show saw in Season 1 and focus again on her rapping career. The first fruit of her refocused labors is the brand new single “Everything,” recorded with K-Young. Keep reading to give it a listen and find out which major pop star’s vocals were sampled in the track!
Stapp had been in psychiatric care since late November, but left the facility without telling anyone. He believes is a CIA agent whose job is the assassination of President Obama. Stapp’s wife and sister-in-law made the call; check the story to hear the exchange.
Hark, the herald angels…scream. Or they do when Sir Christopher Lee is through with them. The legendary actor is back with his third metal Christmas carol. Slash the throats of your enemies to get in the proper spirit, and then give the tune a listen.
Jason White, a full-time member of the band since 2012, received the bad news this week. The cancer is potentially serious, but is also treatable.
Streep has sung on screen before, but never as The Witch in “Into The Woods.” The film opens on Christmas; you can hear one of her songs a touch early. Has Streep got what it takes to carry off the part?
“Saving Christmas” is a heavy-handed and terrible film. Or so say the top critics in the country, who’ve made the film memorable for all the wrong reasons. See what they have to say: perhaps you’ve a comment of your own to add?