Dia Dipasupil/Getty Images Elton John is continuing his fight to help musicians in the U.K. after the British government failed to secure visa-free travel for artists touring Europe post-Brexit. In a statement made to a Select Committee hearing in Parliament on Thursday, and posted to his Instagram, Elton said he
Tim Mosenfelder/Getty Images Sinéad O’Connor took to Twitter over the weekend to announce that she is retiring from recording and touring. “This is to announce my retirement from touring and from working in the record business. I’ve gotten older and I’m tired. So it’s time for me to hang up
Columbia Records/Legacy Recordings Barbra Streisand‘s putting out her first album since 2018, though the songs on the album aren’t exactly what you’d call “new.” Release Me 2, due out August 6, will feature a collection of ten previously unreleased recordings from the legendary diva. The first volume, Release Me, came
Silvio Ciccone: Bob Fila/Chicago Tribune/Tribune News Service via Getty Images; Madonna: Kevin Mazur/Getty Images for MDNA SKIN Global superstar or not, Madonna doesn’t forget her roots. The Queen of Pop traveled back to her home state of Michigan to celebrate a huge milestone: Her father Silvio “Tony” Ciccone‘s 90th birthday.
Mariah: Dimitrios Kambouris/WireImage; Jam & Lewis: Leon Bennett/STA 2020/Getty Images for BET Mariah Carey is reuniting with her “Thank God I Found You” production partners Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis for “Somewhat Loved,” the new single from their upcoming album Jam & Lewis: Volume 1. “When we started #JamAndLewisVol1 we put a wishlist together of
Courtesy of Waze Boy George has lent his voice to the Waze navigation app in celebration of Pride Month this June. The Culture Club singer’s commentary, quips and, of course, navigational suggestions and advice can be activated now when you use Waze, which is available for free download via Google
Rob Ball/WireImage Alanis Morissette has announced new dates for her 25th anniversary Jagged Little Pill tour, which had initially been postponed in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The U.S. portion of the trek will kick off August 12 in Austin, TX and hit cities including Dallas, Nashville and Denver.
Andy Cohen Books When Mariah Carey released her memoir The Meaning of Mariah Carey last year, her sister Alison and her brother Morgan both sued her for defamation, claiming the stories she told of their difficult upbringing damaged their reputations, among other things. Now, Mariah has responded to her brother’s