- Steve Carell Sings Taylor Swift’s Shake It Off [Video] Watch this video of Steve Carell singing and I'll bet the song will be stuck in your head all day. The great Peter Travers of Rolling Stone fame has an interview show where he asked Steve Carell about the music in his head, and… well this made me...
- Every Queen Song, Ranked 167 songs, ranked from worst to best, from synthpop oddities to full-on rockers.
- Morrissey Storms Off Stage in Poland After Heckler Makes Him Feel 'Unsafe' Morrissey thinks that heckling isn't funny anymore. Let's be honest though, he probably never did.
- This Is Why The Canadians Are So Cool! The game was on November 18, 2014. Toronto Maple Leafs, VS The Nashville Predators. During the US National Anthem , the microphone starts to cut out, so what do the Canadians do? The take over and finish our anthem - COOL!
- The Amazing Grace Christmas House - Holdman Christmas Last year the Holdman family raised $40,000 for the "Make A Wish Foundation" by placing a donation bucket in front of their AMAZING Christmas display!
- Art Garfunkel Remembers Mike Nichols The death of Mike Nichols at the age of 83 has sparked a lot of tributes and memories, both of the man and of the films he directed, from Biloxi Blues to The Birdcage.
- Yoko Ono, Flaming Lips Turn 'Merry Xmas (War is Over' Psychedelic: Listen Frontman Wayne Coyne takes the lead on the verses, while Ono helms the chorus she sang on the original over 40 years ago.
- Q&A: Stewart Copeland of the Police Speaks on the Gaza Strip Conflict, 'Fancy Friends' Jam Sessions, Sting Copeland has unusual insight into the Gaza Strip conflict because he grew up in Beirut and spent much of his childhood in the Middle East.
- Watch Bono's Ebola PSA with Will Ferrell, Ellie Goulding, Ben Affleck, and More The somber PSA features a plethora of famous faces, including Matt Damon, Thandie Newton, Connie Britton and Morgan Freeman.
- Billy Joel Honored In DC [Video] Last night at the DAR Constitution Hall, just blocks from the White House, Billy Joel was honored with the Gershwin Prize, awarded by the Library of Congresss. The award is given to composers and performers for their lifetime contribution to popular...
- Flashback 80's On Throwback Thursday: New Order [Video] 1980's rock band New Order came onto the music scene in 1980, but it wasn't until the later part of the decade that their music began to get serious response from the public. Their early music was mainly heard in clubs, and the band's singles were...
- Motown Singer Jimmy Ruffin Dead at 78 His biggest hit was "What Becomes of the Brokenhearted"