The sold-out crowd dancing to Chris Montez, the Randy Fuller 4, and The Outta Sites at Joe's American Bar & Grill in Burbank on March 7 did the Stomp, the Wobble and the Watusi too, while some of them were wondering who killed garage-rock genius Bobby Fuller in 1966, soon after his irresistible "I Fought the Law" hit the Top 10.
If you need an extra injection of sweetness, who better to call than Nicki Minaj? The rapper lends a new verse to Maroon 5's just-released "Sugar" remix, which also has an updated, bouncier backbeat.
In addition to shouting out her favorite candy (Now & Laters and Jolly Ranchers, FYI), Minaj also sings about giving up her very own sugar. "Woulda, coulda, shoulda got your sugar, get your sugar," she raps as her verse transitions into Adam Levine's vocals.
Kim Kardashian is apparently a songwriter — albeit an unwitting one.
Music legend Bette Midler was a guest on Monday's Jimmy Kimmel Live, and she took part in a segment where she performed some of Kardashian's zaniest tweets as if they were lyrics to an emotional ballad.
It was a quarter of a century ago that the Tibet House Benefit Concert was first held, designed to raise awareness and funds for a charity which supports the preservation of Tibetan culture. Today, it's an event that regularly draws VIPs of music and culture and has included members of R.E.M., Lou Reed, Allen Ginsberg, David Bowie, Iggy Pop and perennial performer Patti Smith, who’s appeared at the vast majority of them.
Forget space — the new final frontier is apparently symphony halls, with the crews of multiple Starships Enterprise being represented in Star Trek: The Ultimate Voyage, a concert tour of more than 100 cities in North America launching in January 2016.
The tour will feature a live symphony orchestra performing music from the Star Trek franchise (including television series, movies and video games) in front of a 40-foot screen playing footage from some of the franchise’s more iconic moments.
We don't know much, but we know we love this medley of duets by Kelly Clarkson and Jimmy Fallon.
The American Idol alum was a guest on Monday's Tonight Show, and Fallon mentioned that Clarkson recently said she's had trouble finding guest performers for her albums. Luckily, Fallon was more than willing to remedy the situation.
As the Blurred Lines trial enters its second week, attorneys for Marvin Gaye's children are seeking relief from what they argue are prejudicial statements from the Robin Thicke side that have already "poisoned, perhaps irreparably" the jury.
Gladys Knight. Anthony Hamilton. Courtney Love. Jim Beanz. Those are just a few of the acclaimed musical guest stars that Fox's Empire has boasted in its first season. That list will growing this week when Grammy winner Estelle visits Lee Daniels and Danny Strong's hip-hop soap opera with her first-ever acting role in the ninth episode, "Unto the Breach."
About halfway through his nearly two-hour Friday night set at Los Angeles' Forum, Bob Seger wheeled out his 1986 hit "Like a Rock" with a preamble: It's been "about 20 years since we've played this," he said. "I hope you remember it."
Iggy Azalea and Jennifer Hudson play a game of cops and robbers in the wacky music video for their joint single, "Trouble," resulting in a high-speed car chase that ends in a highly improbably dance collaboration. Watch below.