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Chadwick Boseman nails Brown's singular mannerisms and raspy voice in the new biopic "Get On Up."
Ne-Yo has gone public with his new romance with video vixen and model Crystal Renay.
An obsessed fan of Soundgarden frontman Chris Cornell has been arrested and charged with sending death threats to the rocker and his family.
Lady Gaga and Tony Bennett performed tracks from their jazz collaboration Cheek to Cheek ahead of its long-awaited release.
Metallica star Lars Ulrich has fueled rumors rock veterans AC/DC will headline Britain's iconic Glastonbury festival next year.
Toby Keith has raked in $65 million since June, 2013, according to editors of Forbes magazine.
Amy Lee introduces her first child to the world with her Instagram account.
Brad Paisley has come under fire from executives at his record label after leaking a preview of the songs from his new album.
A police investigation launches after Lily Allen shares an Instagram.com photo of herself pretending to be arrested by a cop in Australia.
Sex Pistols star Glen Matlock dashes fans' hopes of another reunion by insisting he hasn't had any contact with John Lydon in five years.
Aretha Franklin stormed out a Johnny Rockets in Ontario, Canada last week after a nasty encounter with a rude employee.
Things got a bit crazy at Keith Urban's Massachusetts show on Saturday night.
Liam Payne whipped One Direction fans into a frenzy when he posted a supposedly nude photo of himself on the back of a yacht.
After taking criticism for a controversial album cover, Nicki Minaj mysteriously pushes the release of her new single back a week.
Peter Jackson reveals John Lennon could have played Gollum in a Stanley Kubrick directed LOTR adaptation.
The Beatle is recording new material with fellow rockers and a movie star.
The rocker says she wants to start production in the next year, adding "It's time to do this."
A library card signed by Elvis Presley in seventh grade is expected to be among the hottest items at an auction at his Memphis mansion next month.
"Weird Al" Yankovic, the parody singer and cult figure, earned his first No. 1 album on the weekly U.S. Billboard 200 album chart.
These Brooklyn boys don't need junior high talent shows, they've just signed a million-dollar deal.