The Route 103
In “Headlines From Hollywood,” we take a look at what’s going on in the entertainment industry this week. From Dolly Parton to AC/DC’s Malcolm Young to Twilight.
U2, the band who’ve become inescapable after loading their latest album ‘Songs of Innocence’ onto the world’s iCloud, might still be just as ubiquitous come next February when the GRAMMYs take place .
Paul McCartney doesn’t seem to like downtime. He’s curating his solo catalog via a series of reissues.
“Look at his stats! 130 million albums sold!” WCBS-FM morning show host and New York radio legend Scott Shannon was talking about Neil Diamond.
Last year was a big year for Black Sabbath, which is saying a lot considering just how many years of Black Sabbath there have been (46 on and off).
Stephen Coronel, a former KISS-affiliated songwriter, has been arrested for five counts of child pornography after authorities traced images back to his computer, The Daily Mail reports.
The long-awaited Aretha Franklin project Aretha Franklin Takes On The Great Diva Classics will hit stores next month.
George Harrison Honored by Brian Wilson, Conan O’Brien, Weird Al Yankovic, More at L.A. Concert: Watch
Getting Brian Wilson, the Strokes, “Weird Al” Yankovic, The Flaming Lips’ Wayne Coyne, Steven Drozd, The Killers‘ Brandon Flowers, and Spoon‘s Britt Daniels in one room seems like it’d be an impossible mission — but it happened last night, all in the name of George Harrison.
The notoriously aloof Prince will be doing something he’s never done before in his near 40-year career: livestreaming his album release party from Paisley Park.
Led Zeppelin are at it again, remastering their past albums to give fans a taste of something new.