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In “Headlines From Hollywood,” we take a look at what’s going on in the entertainment industry this week. From Led Zepplin to Oscar de la Renta to “Breaking Bad.”
In their 50-plus tenure as one of England’s greatest rock bands, Led Zeppelin have encountered their fair share of copyright infringement allegations — so many that someone even made a trading card set consisting of them.
On Minimation, we comb through the archives of legendary New York radio station WNEW-FM and animate interviews with legendary rock artists. In this installment, Robert Plant explains how he and Jimmy Page wrote Led Zeppelin‘s “Stairway to Heaven.”
Aerosmith‘s Joe Perry is a soft-spoken guy who possesses an undeniably cool and somewhat mysterious vibe. The other side of that coin is that it might be hard to get a word in edgewise when you’re in a band, and songwriting partnership, with Steven Tyler.
Longtime feminist activist and former member of the Eurythmics Annie Lennox has clarified her stance on Beyoncé’s lite feminism.
Whether you call him Yusuf (his newest recording name), Yusuf Islam, or Cat Stevens, the “Wild World” and “Father and Son” songwriter’s return to the public eye has generations of music fan intrigued.
The first night of the World Series kicks off tonight (Oct. 21) in Kansas City, Mo., with a performance by Trisha Yearwood. The country artist will sing “The Star-Spangled Banner” before Game 1 between the San Francisco Giants and the Kansas City Royals.
When we last spoke to Led Zeppelin‘s Jimmy Page in May of this year, the mercurial guitarist was preparing for the release of the reissues of Zep’s first three albums: 1969’s Led Zeppelin and Led Zeppelin II and 1970’s Led Zeppelin III.
Over the years, Ringo Starr has been many things: a Beatle, a solo artist, an actor, a narrator (of children’s show Thomas and Friends), a train conductor (on another children’s show, Shining Time Station) and a visual artist (he spoke with Radio.com at a gallery showing of his work at the Soho Contemporary Art Gallery in July) and of course, an enthusiastic promoter of peace. And love.
Paul McCartney Shares Previously Unheard Version of Wings’ ‘Beware of Love’ Featuring Led Zeppelin’s John Bonham: Listen
It was old meets new as music legend Paul McCartney debuted a never-before-heard old songs in the most modern of ways: during a Twitter Q&A.