Michael Bolton’s latest album, Ain’t No Mountain High Enough: Tribute to Hitsville, features songs by Marvin Gaye, Smokey Robinson and Stevie Wonder. But don’t call it a covers album.
Alicia Keys is getting fans ready for some football at this year’s Super Bowl. The singer has confirmed she’ll be singing the National Anthem before the game on February 3. But don’t plan to hear the same old rendition you’re used to.
When it comes to GRAMMY-winning songs from years past, what are your favorite? We asked that very question to some of today’s biggest and brightest musicians, and got some fantastic GRAMMY winner playlists in return. Blake Shelton made a list for us last week, and today we have a new list from 21-year-old country star Hunter Hayes.
With the GRAMMY Awards only weeks away, we asked some of our favorite artists to make playlists of their favorite GRAMMY-winning songs from years past.
Beyoncé might be singing the National Anthem for President Obama when he gets sworn in for a second time on January 21, but Katy Perry, fun. and Alicia Keys are helping him get the party started.
For his 17th annual House Full of Toys concert, Stevie recruited ome of his favorite new artists including Bruno Mars for a night filled with music and giving.
These three singers used their sweet voices to encourage people to get out the vote, but who else was out there stumping for Obama?
In hopes to get voters pumped for Obama, the singer has released a new song called “Keep Moving Forward.”
“I am so thankful that The Almighty gave me the honor of being blind. Now many would say, ‘How can he say that?’ I can say it because through being blind, I’ve been blessed with being able to really see people, not for the color of their skin, not for what they wear, not how they looked at me or what impression they had of me, but by the spirit in their hearts.” — Stevie Wonder
A man posing as Stevie Wonder’s nephew and his accomplice have been charged with attempted extortion of the R&B superstar this week, the Los Angeles Times reports.