21 Feb 2017
'It's incredibly difficult to get Benedict and Martin's diaries to align,' says Mark Gatiss.
Sherlock's co-creator admits the show might never return
Sherlock's co-creator Mark Gatiss has admitted that the show might never return. Gatiss, who co-created the hit BBC detective drama …Continue reading »
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21 Feb 2017 3:53pm GMT
Singer-songwriter performs cover in Radio 1 session
Ed Sheeran has covered Little Mix's 'Touch' in session for BBC Radio 1's Live Lounge. The singer-songwriter, who is preparing …Continue reading »
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21 Feb 2017 3:50pm GMT
Slipknot, Korn, Smashmouth and Creed were also included in the ban on "terrible rock groups".
US army command post bans Nickelback
A US army officer has seemingly banned his colleagues from playing Nickelback and other "terrible rock group" in the command …Continue reading »
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21 Feb 2017 3:31pm GMT
Rihanna turned 29 on Monday
Drake dedicated a number of songs to Rihanna for her birthday at his concert in Dublin on Monday night (February 20). Yesterday …Continue reading »
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21 Feb 2017 3:30pm GMT
Expect new songs, greatest hits and 'chill pyro'
Metronomy's Joe Mount
Metronomy's Joe Mount has spoken out about his plans for the band's 2017 world tour, headlining festivals and working with …Continue reading »
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21 Feb 2017 3:27pm GMT
The Berlinale - aka the Berlin Film Festival - just wrapped up its 67th year. Here are eight of the most …Continue reading »
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21 Feb 2017 3:04pm GMT
It's set in a fictional theme park called 'Oblivia'.
Katy Perry drops 'Chained To The Rhythm' video
Katy Perry has shared a colourful, CGI-filled video for her new single 'Chained To The Rhythm'. Perry shot the video …Continue reading »
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21 Feb 2017 2:54pm GMT
The '90s teen witch look is big for 2017, and we reckon all of these up and coming artists have drawn heavily from cult 1996 movie 'The Craft'. Grab your spellbooks and black lace chokers and join them.
The Craft (1996)
This cult horror movie is like Mean Girls with magic spells: it follows a clique of high schoolers who discover the secrets of witchcraft but don't always use them wisely. Neve Campbell shines as Bonnie, a coven member with low self-esteem, but it's '90s teen flick favourite Faruiza Balk who steals the show, playing an unhinged teen witch called Nancy.
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21 Feb 2017 2:47pm GMT
They've caused offence with the phrase 'eeny, meeny, miny, moe'
Negan in 'The Walking Dead'
Primark have been forced to remove a run of 'The Walking Dead' t-shirts from sale after receiving complaints that they …Continue reading »
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21 Feb 2017 2:15pm GMT
Turns out the Octotunes toy is perfectly tuned to the dance mainstay's most famous track. Vibey.
Until now you'd either have to be extremely adept at armpit squelches or perfectly retune at least six toy car …Continue reading »
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21 Feb 2017 1:54pm GMT
The rock heroes supported themselves at Shepherd's Bush Empire
Many of these songs hadn't been played since 2014, including 'Toys, Toys, Toys, Choke, Toys, Toys, Toys', 'Questions And Answers' and set-closer 'There's No Such Thing As A Jaggy Snake'.
Aware that Paul Weller had supported Richard Hawley at one of the earlier War Child gigs for Brits Week - …Continue reading »
21 Feb 2017 1:53pm GMT
The US network Lifetime has made several cruddy biopics in its time, like 2011's Will & Kate: The Movie, a corny dramatisation …Continue reading »
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21 Feb 2017 1:16pm GMT
The 'Star Wars' anthology film grossed over $1.05 billion (£850 million) worldwide.
The 'Rogue One' Blu-ray release date appears to have leaked
The Blu-ray release date for Rogue One: A Star Wars Story appears to have leaked. Disney has yet to announce …Continue reading »
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21 Feb 2017 1:15pm GMT
David Lynch's cult TV series Twin Peaks first arrived on our screens back in 1990. Viewers were captivated by its …Continue reading »
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21 Feb 2017 1:15pm GMT
A huge line-up heads to Glasgow
The BBC have announced a huge line-up for this year's 6 Music Festival - featuring the likes of Depeche Mode, …Continue reading »
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21 Feb 2017 1:13pm GMT
'It was only a bit of panto'
Robbie Williams uses hand sanitiser after shaking hands with fans
Robbie Williams has spoken out about the now infamous 'hand sanitiser' incident, calling the world's reaction 'weird and mind-fucking'. The …Continue reading »
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21 Feb 2017 12:29pm GMT
23 Aug 2016
Celebrities perform "Fight Song" for a video played at the Democratic National Convention. It's Hillary Clinton's fight song, but some listeners don't have a lot of fight left in them. Before and after the Democratic nominee takes the stage at rallies, her campaign inevitably plays the 2015 pop hit "Fight Song" by Rachel Platten.
23 Aug 2016 11:57am GMT
20 Jul 2016
The rock band Third Eye Blind frustrated some guests at a charity concert held during the Republican National Convention on Tuesday. In tweets posted on the official Third Eye Blind account, the band indicated it was pleased the show upset some in the audience. "I have never been more disappointed," wrote a Twitter user named Liza White.
20 Jul 2016 8:07am GMT
28 Jan 2016
Jeffrey Ding He has been posting violin videos on YouTube since 2011, but his latest cover - playing John Williams's "Force Theme" from Star Wars with a special-effects bow that looks like a light saber - has gotten the most attention by far. Since it appeared on Jan. 9, it has more than 40,000 views and counting.
28 Jan 2016 6:34pm GMT
05 Jan 2016
This month, more than 20 albums after Raffi's seminal Baby Beluga first took toddlers by storm, the children's troubadour will release a brand-new one: Owl Singalong. The jubilant mix of covers ("Garden Song," "Abiyoyo," "Somos el Barco") and originals ("Green Dream," "See the Moon") hits stores on Jan. 15 (preorder here). But until then, Yahoo Parenting is exclusively premiering the album, streaming above.
05 Jan 2016 5:23pm GMT
21 Jul 2009
Danish rock duo The Raveonettes has announced the dates for a fall tour in support of its fourth studio album, Billboard.com can exclusively report.
21 Jul 2009 12:23pm GMT
Jackson Browne is hopeful that the protection of music copyrights will be bolstered by the settlement of his lawsuit against U.S. Sen. John McCain and the Republican Party over unauthorized use of one of his songs in the 2008 U.S. presidential campaign.
21 Jul 2009 10:00am GMT
Sony Corp.'s movie studio has bid $50 million to acquire the worldwide distribution rights to a film based on rehearsal footage for Michael Jackson's "This Is It" comeback concert series, according to a person familiar with the bid.
21 Jul 2009 9:27am GMT
Alt-rock acts Florence & The Machine and Kasabian have emerged as the bookmakers' favorites for the 2009 Barclaycard Mercury Prize, the U.K.'s album of the year award.
21 Jul 2009 9:08am GMT
Norwegian rock duo Kings Of Convenience will break a five-year silence this fall with its third studio album, "Declaration of Dependence," due Oct. 20 from Virgin.
21 Jul 2009 5:07am GMT
Sources have confirmed to Billboard that a deal between the Michael Jackson Estate, AEG Live and Sony for a theatrical release of the Michael Jackson rehearsal footage from the ill-fated This Is It concerts could close today.
21 Jul 2009 1:43am GMT
20 Jul 2009
The Beastie Boys' Adam "MCA" Yauch has been diagnosed with cancer and will undergo surgery, he announced in a video posting on the group's website this morning. The band has canceled its summer tour plans and delayed the release of its forthcoming album, "Hot Sauce Committee Part 1," in order to allow time for his recovery.
20 Jul 2009 12:44pm GMT
JLS, the British boy band who were runners-up to Alexandra Burke in the fifth series of talent series "The X Factor" last December, scored a No. 1 U.K. single yesterday (19) with their first release, "Beat Again" (Epic/Sony Music Entertainment). "The Essential Michael Jackson," also on Epic, got a third week atop the album chart.
20 Jul 2009 10:50am GMT
Prince fans from across Europe converged on Montreux for two shows by the American musician whose rare appearance on the continent stretched well into Sunday morning. The 51-year-old star closed the two-week Swiss Montreux Jazz Festival with a mix of old hits including "Little Red Corvette," "Peach" and "Purple Rain" and fresh titles such as "Elixir" from his new album with singer Bria Valente.
20 Jul 2009 9:46am GMT
For nearly a decade, the Eagles' "Their Greatest Hits 1971-1975" has been the recording industry's ultimate evergreen release, certified by the RIAA as the all-time best-selling album in the United States. But thanks to continued robust demand for Michael Jackson's catalog since his June 25 death, "Thriller" appears on the verge of matching "Their Greatest Hits," at least in the eyes of the industry trade group.
20 Jul 2009 9:14am GMT
It's a familiar narrative: wunderkind with a gift for music takes it seriously, and lands a major-label deal before he gets his driver's license. Usher, Chris Brown and Britney Spears all fit the formula. Now, Justin Bieber can add his name to the list.
20 Jul 2009 9:03am GMT
John Fogerty's "The Blue Ridge Rangers Rides Again," a new collection of Fogerty recordings of some of his favorite classic songs, is set for release Sept. 1 on Fortune Son/Verve Forecast. The album, recorded under the guise of the mythical group of his 1972 solo debut, includes guest spots from Bruce Springsteen and members of the Eagles, and features covers of songs by John Prine, Buck Owens and John Denver, among others, as well as Fogerty's own "Change in the Weather."
20 Jul 2009 3:00am GMT
19 Jul 2009
A pair of home town stadium concerts over the weekend gave Kid Rock and a couple of his support acts an opportunity to showcase new material for the 40,000 fans who attended each show.
19 Jul 2009 1:49am GMT
17 Jul 2009
Thanks to tours with The Dead and the Allman Brothers Band, a new Gov't Mule album and tour and a planned solo album, Warren Haynes is having his busiest year ever -- and is enjoying it immensely.
17 Jul 2009 11:49am GMT
On the heels of its 'Best Children's Album' Grammy win for "Here Come the 123's," They Might Be Giants is readying the release of another kid-centric set, "Here Comes Science." The album and animated DVD is due Sept. 1 on Amazon and iTunes and everywhere Sept. 22 on Disney Sound.
17 Jul 2009 11:16am GMT