Fans of Elton John who’ve been hoping for him to return to his early-’70s stripped-down format are about to get their wish. Earlier today (June 24), the legendary singer/pianist announced an official release date and track listing for his first solo album in seven years, The Diving Board. Out September 24, Elton says it’s “the album I’ve been waiting to make for decades.”
P!nk and Nate Ruess of fun.’s collaboration was a surprising match-up when it first premiered in February, which got us thinking: What’s the deal with male/female pop duet hits?
Excitement mounts as the kids of New Directions prep for Regionals. But an unthinkable event at McKinley (the episode is titled “Shooting Star”) forces all the members of the glee club to put things into perspective.
As it’s become almost expected in the increasingly digital-driven music industry, Fall Out Boy has posted an online stream of each of its highly-anticipated fifth album, Save Rock and Roll, one week ahead of the album’s official release date of April 16. Click here to listen.
Talk of an Elton John biopic, Rocketman, has been in the air for over a year, with Sir Elton famously stating that he would like to see Justin Timberlake as himself in the film. While the extremely busy Timberlake hasn’t yet committed to the project, Australian director Michael Gracey has.
On this week’s Glee, there’s a whole lot of feuding going on. Will isn’t too happy with Finn, who revealed last week that he’d kissed Emma. But to help the guys get past this rough patch the members of New Directions have decided to give out their first assignment, which ends in an epic boy band battle.
This past Saturday marked Justin Timberlake’s fifth stint as host and musical guest for Saturday Night Live, an unsurprising fact given the anticipation surrounding the episode, which was not only the clear best of the current season but also the highest-rated SNL in 14 months. Here’s the highlight reel.
Elton John and Ed Sheeran went back to basics for their performance at the 55th Annual GRAMMY Awards.
Ed Sheeran will perform a duet with Elton John during Sunday’s 55th GRAMMY Awards and he revealed how it all unfolded.
“I keep having dreams about the GRAMMYs and they always end up badly,” Ed Sheeran confessed. It’s every artist’s dream to be nominated for a GRAMMY and to perform on the GRAMMY stage but for Ed, it’s become a terrifying experience.