On the second date of his first U.S. solo tour, the former Bee Gees singer touches on various aspects of his career and soaks in the love from the Philadelphia crowd.
Goldmine Magazine’s 16th group of Hall of Fame members features four multiple inductees and two giants from the ’50s
Dolly Parton’s latest endeavor is taking the “Backwoods Barbie” singer out of her familiar Tennessee territory and into casinos.
Duane Eddy, Doobies & Bruce included in inductees
BBC Radio 2’s In Concert program broadcast an excellent 2009 show by The Pretenders that can now be heard on demand on the station’s Web site.
Album of all-new material is scheduled for a June 28 release; appearance on “Ellen DeGeneres Show” rescheduled for May 27
Constant covers of their hits have kept the music of Tommy James & the Shondells alive & kicking
In 1958, Foster and WTTG DJ Buddy Dean founded Monument records. Then Roy Orbison inked a deal. The rest is music history.
One of the most honored female country singers returns this summer with a much-anticipated album of all-new studio material — “Better Day” — and a world tour.
Smokey Robinson, Lionel Richie and others appear in “Kenny Rogers: The First 50 Years,” airing March 8 on GAC