• Half a century later, the box office is alive with ‘The Sound of Music’

    The musical, starring Julie Andrews, turned 50 years old Monday. It is third on the list of Hollywood blockbusters with nearly $1.2 billion in ticket sales, when adjusted for inflation.

  • Beck's Grammy-winning Morning Phase is on sale for only a buck on Google Play

    If you haven't heard it yet (and I highly recommend you do), Google Play is by far the best place to go get it: right now, Google's music store is holding a sale, and the album will only cost you a scant 99 cents. Google's also offering Drake's 2010 release Thank Me Later and Daft Punk's 2001 album…

    The Verge
  • Tom DeLonge Combs 'Personal Stash' for Solo LP

    Former founding Blink-182 member Tom DeLonge isn't letting his public breakup from the band get in the way of releasing new music. Just over a month after Blink-182 announced that their guitarist had left the band "indefinitely," DeLonge revealed plans to release an album titled To the Stars……

    Rolling Stone
  • Kanye West releases his next single, All Day

    After performing his next single, "All Day," at the BRIT Awards last week, Kanye West has premiered the single on Hot 97. This is Kanye's third single off his upcoming album, So Help Me God, following "Only One" and "Wolves," featuring Sia and Vic Mensa. An early cut of "All Day" leaked last…

    The Verge
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    Find Out Who Blake Shelton's Epic New Celebrity Advisor Is on The Voice!

    Blake Shelton is all about that bass. The country crooner has tapped his epic new celebrity advisor for The Voice : Meghan Trainor ! News revealsthat the "All About That Bass" singer will mentor Team Blake in the NBC reality hit's hugely popular battle rounds, which kick off on Monday, March 9. E!…

  • Dr. John Captures the Spirit of Satch at Louis Armstrong Tribute Show

    Near the end of his February 27th show at New York's Town Hall, singer-pianist Mac Rebennack – the New Orleans R&B medicine man also known as Dr. John – opened what was obviously a slow, dark ballad with an extended run on his piano: robust flourishes of anguish in the middle...

    Rolling Stone
  • Music Monday (3/2): This Week's New Albums + Videos

    Our guide to this week's album releases also features the week's top new music videos from artists like Best Coast, Bob Dylan, and Action Bronson, plus brand new streaming music from the likes of Built to Spill, M83, Faith No More, Matthew E. White, and more. Read and Post Comments | Get the full…

  • Pop icon Madonna announces dates for 'Rebel Heart' tour

    Madonna will begin an international tour to promote her new album "Rebel Heart" with a concert at the American Airlines Arena in Miami in August, her promoters, Live Nation, said on Monday. The Aug. 29 show will kick-start the North American leg of the tour that will include appearances in New…

  • YouTube Music Awards Honor Your Favorite Artists -- Internet Stars Included

    The platform that launched the careers of singers like Justin Bieber and Austin Mahone is now contributing to the music world with its own awards event.On March 23, the 2015 YouTube Music Awards will highlight 50 artists who use their videos to engage with fans and share their music. The artists…

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  • 'Sound of Music's' 50th Anniversary: What the Stars Are Doing Now

    The 1965 musical film was recently paid tribute at the 87th annual Academy Awards.

    The Hollywood Reporter
  • Brantley Gilbert on Touring Overseas & 'Moving' Reaction to 'One Hell of an Amen'

    Brantley Gilbert is definitely used to throwing a "Small Town Throwdown," but now he's taking his party overseas. Gilbert opened up a brief international leg of his tour this past Saturday in Oslo, Norway, as part of the Country 2 Country festival, and he'll play Stockholm, Frankfurt, Cologne and…

  • Exclusive: The Chainsmokers Premiere 'Let You Go' ft. Great Good Fine Ok

    Fans are probably most familiar with DJ/producers The Chainsmokers thanks to their viral-ready song "#Selfie," but they've been making music for quite a long time.

  • 'Blurred Lines' Trial: Motown Exec Wanted to Make Robin Thicke-Marvin Gaye Mashup

    With Robin Thicke and Pharrell Williams absent from court, attention turned to Universal Music and subsidiary Motown on the trial's third day.

    The Hollywood Reporter
  • This Week in Billboard Chart History: In 1983, Michael Jackson Moonwalked to No. 1

    The King of Pop began a seven-week reign on the Hot 100. Plus, remembering chart feats by Baauer, Britney Spears and 50 Cent.

  • Charli XCX, Ed Sheeran Will Premiere New Videos at YouTube Music Awards

    After a year off, the YouTube Music Awards will return on March 23rd with a new format. First, the video-streaming site will honor 50 artists, ranging from Beyoncé, Rihanna and Lady Gaga to Taylor Swift, Drake and Kendrick Lamar and newcomers like Sam Smith, George Ezra and Hozier, for their...

    Rolling Stone
  • Kanye Speaks at Oxford University: Read the Top Ten "Best, Illest" Quotes

    "We have the ability to approach our race like ants, or we have the ability to approach our race like crabs."

    The Hollywood Reporter
  • Bjork's next music video will be available for Oculus Rift

    In 2013, Bjork released her heightened, futuristic album Biophilia as an app. In a recent interview with Fast Company, the musician talked about her decision to keep Vulnicura off Spotify, her upcoming retrospective at MoMA, and the music video for her song "Stonemilker." The video, directed by…

    The Verge
  • Robin Thicke Plays Piano in Court at 'Blurred Lines' Trial

    The battle over "Blurred Lines" continues in a Los Angeles courtroom as Robin Thicke, T.I. and Pharrell Williams face off against the Marvin Gaye estate over whether the Worst Song of 2013 infringed on the soul singer's "Got to Give It Up." After the "Blurred Lines" creators preemptively sued the…

  • Madonna Has Some Advice for Kanye West: "Don't Go to Awards Shows Looking for Justice"

    Madonna opened up to Rolling Stone about her thoughts on her Rebel Heart collaborator Kanye West, praising his brilliance but saying "sometimes he takes things too seriously"

    Us Weekly
  • Sam Smith's 'In the Lonely Hour' Tops Historic U.K. Albums Chart

    "In The Lonely Hour" (Capitol/Universal) topped the first U.K. album chart to incorporate streaming data alongside downloads and traditional sales.