Pop queen Lady Gaga concluded a huge European gay rights march in Rome on Saturday night with a rousing call to governments to defend gay rights.
Musical "The Book of Mormon" aimed to make history with the most-ever Tony Award wins on Sunday.
Over 21,000 performers in search of fame and infamy will gather in Edinburgh in August to put on 2,542 shows in a record year for the city's Fringe.
Miranda Lambert's going to need a trophy room for "The House That Built Me" after picking up yet another honor at the CMT Music Awards.
The country superstar announced a headlining residency on Wednesday. It will be at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace starting Dec. 1, 2012.
A selection of previously unpublished draft lyrics by legendary songwriter Bob Dylan is hitting the auction block this month, Christie's said on Wednesday.
Steven Tyler of Aerosmith will reunite with his bandmates next month to kick-start work on their long-delayed album.
Nashville celebrates its 40th year for the CMA Music Fest. More than 70,000 fans will get the chance to mingle with their music heroes from June 9-12.
Cheryl Cole's replacement on the U.S. version of "The X Factor" was confirmed on Monday, ending almost two weeks of rumor and speculation about the line-up.
Versatile singer/songwriter Andrew Gold, known for the hit tune "Lonely Boy", died in his sleep at the age of 59.
AC/DC fans will learn a lot more about Brian Johnson's relationship with cars than music in his new book "Rockers and Rollers: A Full-Throttle Memoir."
A new Rihanna music video, in which the singer guns down a man in retaliation for an apparent sexual assault, was condemned for encouraging young women to turn to violence.