It’s only a matter of days before Jimmy Fallon takes over the ‘Tonight Show’ hosting duties and to help christen the musical stage he’s bringing in a slew of big named musical guests and one very special friend.
Despite having split more than a year ago, John Paul White and Joy Williams took home their fourth GRAMMY award last night. White showed up to receive it alone, then today expanded on his message of thanks via Twitter.
It’s a moody anthem that serves as the closing song on his 2013 album’ Two Lanes of Freedom.’ McGraw was drawn to it’s “timeless” quality.
Who will walk away with GRAMMY gold at the 56th Annual awards? We rank the top 20 nominees.
Last night (February 8) in Los Angeles, Bruce Springsteen was the subject of an all-star tribute at the GRAMMY MusiCares Person Of The Year ceremony. Artists from all genres and generations stepped up to the mic to pay tribute, choosing songs from all phases of the New Jersey legend’s career.
The GRAMMYs and rock and roll have always had an uneasy relationship. While some iconic rockers like Bruce Springsteen and U2 have shelves full of GRAMMYs, many others have never won a single one. Proud members of the overlooked GRAMMY club include The Rolling Stones, The Who, The Kinks, Jimi Hendrix, ZZ Top and Lynryd Skynyrd.
Two days before the GRAMMYs, MusiCares is honoring Bruce Springsteen, but it isn’t for his 40 years in the music industry.
During tonight’s fundraiser, airing on all major networks, Taylor Swift will perform a new song about a brave young boy that she cowrote with his mother.
Tune in at 8 pm ET/PT and donate to cancer research. Many stars will be answering the phones on Friday night, here’s who else has joined in.
The star-studded affair that helps raise money for cancer research airs September 7.