Blake Shelton ‘Healing In The Heartland’ Benefit To Feature Usher, Ryan Tedder, Miranda Lambert & More
Two more headline artists have been added to Blake Shelton’s star-studded Healing in the Heartland: Relief Benefit Concert on May 29: Blake’s fellow ‘Voice’ coach Usher and country star Darius Rucker.
He also performed “Over You” with Miranda Lambert on “The Voice,” in tribute to those affected by the tornado.
Kelly Clarkson took the stage at the Academy of Country Music Awards this weekend in Las Vegas for a standout performance of “Don’t Rush” but it wasn’t her singing that made the headlines. Backstage Clarkson chatted with Entertainment Tonight’s Nancy O’Dell and revealed that in addition to singing at her wedding, Blake Shelton will be marrying her.
It’s not quite like anything you’ve seen before on late night television.
It’s a tradition as old as the Johnny Carson show: Most nights, since 1966, bands big and small play on the national stage of late night television. Sometimes good things happen, sometimes bad things happen, but the performances are always worth watching. They’re captivating mostly because they offer the raw sound of a live band and the professional video and audio recording of a late night television show.
Adam Levine is not a man known to mince words. We’ve witnessed his sharp tongue at work on The Voice and he put it on display once again while sitting down with Fresh 102.7/New York to discuss “Seatgate” at the 55th Annual GRAMMY Awards.
Everyone from Kelly Clarkson to Richard Marx to Josh Groban was giving their critiques of the night’s highs and lows.
Welcome to Jukebox Jury, our new music debate show where experts face off and a jury of fans decides the winner. THE CASE: Taylor Swift isn’t just the best-selling country star right now – she was one of the best-selling pop stars of 2012, with her fourth album Red selling more than one million copies in its first sales week.
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.
What’s better than one season of The Voice per year? That’s right – two seasons per year.