Steven Tyler, P!nk, Lady Gaga, Sara Bareilles, Zac Brown, Miranda Lambert, Miguel and Alicia Keys were among the many artists who paid tribute last night to one of the greatest songwriters of popular music.
The city of Boston got together last night for a five and a half hour bash to benefit bombing victims and celebrate their city. “Boston Strong” attire was prevalent in the crowd and on stage.
Some of New England’s greatest musical exports are coming together for “Boston Strong: An Evening Of Support And Celebration,” a huge fundraiser to take place at Boston’s TD Garden on May 30.
As Beyoncé made her way to the platform to sing the National Anthem, she stopped to kiss the 44th President of United States, Barack Obama.
Beyoncé, James Taylor and Kelly Clarkson will help President Barack Obama swear in for a second term on January 21.
Carly Simon’s biggest hit, “You’re So Vain,” was released in November of 1972 and became the number one record in the country this week in 1973. Who the song is about, however, remains a mystery.
will.i.am might top the list with over $60,000 contributed to the Democratic Party, but who else is contributing to the upcoming Presidential race?
James Taylor is the latest artist to sue his former label over digital royalties (among other things), on a contract that was in place long before the MP3 was even conceived.
Taylor Swift performed three songs with James Taylor during his show this week at Tanglewood–a duet on “Fire and Rain” and two of her own songs.
Let’s listen to what happened on this day in history, November 3.