Cardi B hosts the 2021 American Music Awards!
It’s a funny quirk of theater that Annie Live! was actually the least nervous I’ve ever felt sitting down to watch one of these live musicals. If there’s one group of people I trust to deliver consistency, it’s kids trained in musical theater. So even though this particular production opened with a bizarre Brechtian
NBC this Thursday night added to its repertoire Annie Live! Did you love it like tomorrow (which, I hear, is always a day away)? Annie Live! starred 12-year-old Celina Smith, of Atlanta, as the titular orphan, while Harry Connick Jr. (Will & Grace) in a novelty-store bald cap played Daddy Warbucks and Taraji P. Henson [
More than 32 million Americans attend music fest every year, but the experience can be unpleasant -- if not dangerous.
If you're a fan of music, chances are you've heard of K-pop group Monsta X.
Australian rapper Illy set the stage alight as he performed at Ability Fest in Melbourne on Saturday.
Whether your style is a full orchestral performance of the classics or a self-styled Yuletide procession, there’s a concert for everyone’s musical tastes.
Reba McEntire can now add another accolade to her ever-growing resume: restaurateur.
People who have a fear of policing are more likely to take all their drugs before entering a festival, Australian study findsFollow our Australia news live blog for the latest updatesGet our free news app; get our morning email briefingPolice presence at music festivals leads some people to “panic overdose” in their attempt to avoid getting caught, an Australian study has found, with experts calling for a change in policing culture at festivals.
For over a year, Spotify has been testing the Apple Music-style live lyrics feature. After expanding it to the US at the beginning of the year, it’s now being rolled out globally. According to TechCrunch, Spotify will use lyrics provided by Musixmatch to expand its deal and offer live lyrics to users in India, Latin America, and Southeast Asia.
From Schweddy Balls to 'Santa's My Boyfriend,' these are some of the most festive sketches on 'Saturday Night Live'