Rodrigo Vaz/FilmMagicThis holiday season, Kenny Loggins‘ 1977 classic song “Celebrate Me Home” has proved to be very popular: Both Josh Groban and Elizabeth Chan have recorded new versions of the tune, and they’re both radio hits.  But Kenny admits that he didn’t write “Celebrate Me Home” as a holiday song — Read More →

Capitol Records/UMePaul McCartney has debuted an animated short film set to his new song, “When Winter Comes,” which closes out his just-released studio album, McCartney III. The video, which you can watch on YouTube, was directed by Geoff Dunbar, who also worked with McCartney on Paul’s animated children’s film RupertRead More →

Jeffrey Mayer/WireImageThe emotional first trailer has been released for Lifetime’s new documentary, Whitney Houston & Bobbi Kristina: Didn’t We Almost Have It All. In the clip, we see friends and family members of the late mother and daughter discussing the tragic parallels in Whitney and Bobbi Kristina‘s lives and untimelyRead More →

Talking Heads in 2002; KMazur/WireImageTalking Heads is among the artists the Recording Academy will be presenting with Lifetime Achievement Awards next year in conjunction with the organization’s annual Special Merit Awards. The honorees will be recognized on the 63rd Annual Grammy Awards, which will air on CBS on January 31,Read More →

Capitol/UMeLast month, Neil Diamond fans from around the world were asked to contribute to a special online sing-along of Neil’s signature song “Sweet Caroline” by uploading videos of themselves belting out the tune. Now, a new “Sweet Caroline” music video has premiered at Diamond’s official YouTube channel that features hundredsRead More →

Photos: Airbnb/NASDAQEarlier today, a post on Airbnb went live: For just $21, you’d get to spend December 31st on top of a building in New York’s Times Square, with a special welcome from Mariah Carey.  One booking was available and one lucky person has already snagged it — but here’sRead More →

© Mary McCartneyPaul McCartney has just released his latest studio album, McCartney III, which he recorded mostly by himself while in lockdown at his Sussex, U.K., residence. In a new video interview with Apple Music’s Zane Lowe, McCartney admits that making the album was a therapeutic experience. “[T]here was aRead More →

Han Myung-Gu/WireImageU2 frontman Bono is among the major stars who’ll be a part of Sing 2, the upcoming sequel to the hit animated 2016 film Sing. The movie follows the animals from the first film as they hatch a plan to perform at the entertainment world’s most prestigious venue. BonoRead More →

Courtesy of TwitterDionne Warwick definitely has got Twitter game — good enough to be posted on a billboard near you. On Monday, one of the music icon’s viral tweets will be displayed on a billboard in Bryant Park in New York. Written on December 11, Warwick’s tweet — “Please don’t bring that foulnessRead More →

Scott Legato/FilmMagicWhile Jon Bon Jovi has intimated that Richie Sambora left Bon Jovi in 2013 because he couldn’t “get it together,” Richie is now telling People magazine that he simply couldn’t stay because of the single most important thing in his life: his daughter Ava. “It wasn’t a popular decisionRead More →