Bob Dylan is reported to have signed a six-book deal that includes two follow-ups to his 2004 best-selling memoir "Chronicles: Volume One".
Yes she is. Melissa Etheridge is coming to Broadway next month to star in "American Idiot," the musical based on a Green Day concept album.
Aerosmith rocker Steven Tyler said on Tuesday the band would start work on its first new studio album in a decade, and promised that his new gig as a judge on "American Idol" would not get in the way.
Bruno Mars won his second solo U.K. No. 1 single on Sunday with "Grenade," recording the highest sales total for a January release in the market for 15 years.
Believe it. "Never Say Never," Justin Bieber's highly anticipated 3D movie, is coming out on February 11 and will include a new song written by Diane Warren, THR has learned.
As forecast after its massive first-day airplay, Britney Spears' "Hold It Against Me" roars to a record-setting debut on Billboard's Pop Songs chart.
More than 40,000 people -- some from as far away as Singapore, London and Switzerland -- auditioned for a coveted guest role on TV musical comedy "Glee" in a talent search so popular it has been turned into a reality show of its own.
Broadway's costly "Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark" has been delayed again to March 15 to "fine-tune" the high-tech production and work on a new ending even as it proves a hit at box offices in previews.
British rapper Tinie Tempah led the field on Thursday at the BRIT awards with four nominations.
Broadway's most expensive and much maligned show "Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark" became its best-selling production last week, beating out audience favorite "Wicked" -- by $58 dollars.
Backstreet Boy A.J. McLean has confirmed that he has entered a rehab facility.
This week, though Taylor Swift's "Speak Now" remains at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 for a sixth nonconsecutive week, it does so while earning a dubious honor.