A decade after O-Town disbanded, the boy band is officially making a comeback. That's right: Erik, Dan, Trevor and Jacob are once again ready to give you their all…or nothing at all.
The group, which originally formed on the ABC reality show Making the Band in 2000, announced its reformation Monday, rebooting its official website and teasing more specifics to follow in the coming weeks. New music -- the group's first batch since 2002's O2 album -- is indeed in the works, according to bandmember Jacob Underwood.
More than a year after word first leaked that the stars of country music drama Nashville would hit the road, ABC has made it official.
The network on Monday announced that stars Charles Esten (Deacon), Clare Bowen (Scarlett), Jonathan Jackson (Avery), Sam Palladio (Gunnar) and Chris Carmack (Will) will hit the road for a three-city tour in April and May. Co-star Will Chase (Luke) will join for one date in New York.
The Alicia Keys-Kendrick Lamar collaboration for The Amazing Spider-Man 2 was released on Monday, and the neo-soul superhero anthem marks another harmonious pop pairing for Pharrell Williams and Hans Zimmer.
Elton John first released Goodbye Yellow Brick Road forty years ago, and is celebrating the milestone with the double album's re-release, featuring covers of his hits by Ed Sheeran, Miguel, Hunter Hayes, The Band Perry, Emeli Sande, Fall Out Boy, Zac Brown Band and more.
Nick Cannon is once again defending the white alter ego he created to promote his upcoming album.
The America's Got Talent host -- who created a controversy when he posted Instagram photos and videos in which he's sporting whiteface, red hair, a beanie hat and plaid shirt -- told Good Morning America that his character isn't the same as blackface.
Imagine Neil Young at home on his Northern Californian ranch. Mismatched decorative rugs hang on the walls, a black jacket dangles off a coat rack in the corner. A candle flickers atop an old pipe organ and another drips wax on a worn upright piano. The man himself, now 68 years old, putters around the room in a loose tan suit and black hat, seemingly trying to determine which instrument will best suit an acoustic rendition of one of his many songs.
Of the many memorable music moments on How I Met Your Mother, the rooftop leaps in the season four finale were soundtracked by AC Newman's "Prophets" because of a ritual that music supervisor Andy Gowan has maintained throughout the series' run. "I like to put together these little playlists for Carter [Bays] and Craig [Thomas] and the other writers," he tells The Hollywood Reporter.
NEW YORK — Two years ago, New York City's music lovers were at each others' throats trying to score tickets to see Kraftwerk play the Museum of Modern Art, where eight shows admitting just 450 listeners each sold out immediately.
Pitbull is hitting 30 Rock as the latest stop on his media tour.
The rapper, who graced The Hollywood Reporter's latest issue, is set to appear on NBC's Today on March 31 as part of the morning show's spring concert series. The 33-year-old artist, known for singles "Timber," "International Love" and "Hey Baby," will perform live.
Most college students look forward to receiving advice from a celebrity commencement speaker after finishing their schoolwork, but some university admits received greetings from a couple famous faces before they even enrolled -- and from none other than Jimmy Iovine and Dr. Dre.