FOX Elton John, Mariah Carey, Billie Eilish and other major music stars gathered together for the Fox Presents the iHeart Living Room Concert for America on Sunday, and raised nearly $8 million to help fight the spread of the COVID-19 virus, and salute the strength and resilience of the U.S.
Ian Gavan/Getty Images for HarlequinsAs America grapples with the rising COVID-19 pandemic, Elton John teamed up with an array of artists on Sunday night to “lift your spirits” for the first ever iHeart Living Room Concert For America that aired on Fox. The concert not only served as means to comfort those worried about the outbreak,
Disney DTCIGoo Goo Dolls frontman Johnny Rzeznik appeared on Live with Kelly & Ryan on Friday — remotely, of course — to promote an important message: During the COVID-19 crisis, support your town’s local businesses. The singer lives in Westfield, N.J. and he’s been helping raise money to support that
ABC/Image Group LAMariah Carey is celebrating her 50th birthday – or “life anniversary” as she prefers to call it — by recording a new song at her home studio. The singer shared a fresh-faced selfie on Instagram Friday, showing herself standing in front of a microphone with headphones around her
Sunset Boulevard/Corbis via Getty ImagesMadonna is paying tribute to her Desperately Seeking Susan co-star Mark Blum, after the actor passed away Thursday at age 69 due to complications from COVID-19 coronavirus. “I Want to Acknowledge the Passing of a remarkable Human, fellow actor and friend Mark Blum, who succumbed to
George HolzThe Eagles will welcome fans back to the Hotel California in September. Like pretty much every other musical act in the world, the Rock & Roll Hall of Famers had to reschedule a string of concerts they’d planned that would feature them performing their 1976 album Hotel California in
Ben Gibson, © HST Global Limited, courtesy of Rocket EntertainmentElton John’s 73rd birthday was Wednesday, and he’s shared with fans what his special day was like via social media. While he, his husband David Furnish and two young sons are self-isolating, there was no shortage of festive moments. On his
Craig Sjodin/Walt Disney Television via Getty ImagesThe Library of Congress has added 25 additional recordings to its National Recording Registry, and they range from pop hits by Whitney Houston and the Village People, to Broadway cast albums, to songs released by, of all people, beloved children’s TV host Mister Rogers.