Singer/songwriter Ryan Adams will end his extended break from the road with a 12-date European tour, beginning June 10 in Stockholm.
Italian conductor Riccardo Muti has won the $1 million Birgit Nilsson prize, the biggest reward in classical music, organizers said on Wednesday.
British hard rock band The Darkness is reforming after a five-year break to perform at the Download festival on June 10 as the warm-up act for Def Leppard, they announced on their website on Tuesday.
Celine Dion has returned to the Las Vegas stage in a parade of sparkly dresses.
U.S. rapper 50 Cent has joined what one entertainment website called the "Gaddafi performance regret club," making a donation to charity after news emerged that he performed for the clan of Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi.
UK pop singer Adele led the U.S. pop album chart for a second week on Wednesday, days after logging a sixth week at No. 1 in Britain.
Abbey Road Studios in London, where the Beatles recorded most of their hits, has launched a global anthem competition to mark its 80th anniversary this year.
Jeff Beck is partying like it's 1959.
Lady Gaga's deal to sell a special edition of her upcoming album at Target is now out of range.
It's a tough decision to make -- tour with one of your best buddies in country music or with one of your heroes. Fortunately for Lee Brice, whose "Love Like Crazy" was Billboard's most played country song in 2010, he gets to do both.
Dido doesn't know the sex of her baby, but she's not going wait until her due date to find out.
Nineteen years ago, TV producers Jonathan Murray and Mary-Ellis Bunim put seven ordinary 20-somethings from different backgrounds into a house and launched the phenomenon known as reality television.