More from Patrick Flanary
Tribeca 2015: Tony Bennett, Ne-Yo Honor Frank Sinatra at Tribute Concert
"Frank was an entertainer —that embodies all of it: acting, music, singing, dancing. If you needed it, he could do it."
A Runaway at 16, Busking Since 2008: All About the ‘Louie’ Street Performer
"I don't watch that much TV, but I love Louis C.K.; he's hilarious," says Morgan O'Kane. Adds the show's star: "I'd never seen anyone that sounded like [Morgan]."
Rock and Roll Hall of Fame: Ladies Rule Ceremony Dominated by Male Nominees
During Thursday night's five-hour ceremony, Bonnie Raitt, Stevie Nicks, Sheryl Crow and Carrie Underwood performed a tribute to Linda Ronstadt, this year's only female inductee.
Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Inductees Stay Busy, Celebrate Longevity
Peter Gabriel, Cat Stevens, Hall & Oates and Kiss remain active veterans, making moves in the studio and on the road.
Jhene Aiko on Performing with Drake, Getting Signed at 12: ‘Money Is Not My Motivation’ (Q&A)
The singer-songwriter, who made her TV performance during Drake's "Saturday Night Live" stint, tells THR of nearly selling out, raising a musical-minded daughter and turning her upcoming debut album into a Sundance-worthy screenplay.
Ellie Goulding Follows Cher’s Lead, Won’t Play for Putin (Q&A)
Photographed for the "Pop Goes the World" portfolio in THR's music issue, the British singer talks about performing for William and Kate, appreciating vocal-manipulation and why a future visit to Russia "is probably a 'no.'"
Priyanka Chopra on the ‘Angst, Pain and Love’ of Covering a Bonnie Raitt Classic (Q&A)
Photographed for the "Pop Goes the World" portfolio in THR's music issue, the Bollywood beauty talks about her new music, international travel and being a "global citizen."
Janelle Monáe Talks Tour Fatigue, Performing With Prince: ‘I’m Still Pinching Myself’ (Q&A)
The "Electric Lady" singer looks back on a year of big accomplishments and ahead to the future via her own "soul clock."
Beach Boy’s Estate Pulls Out of Planned Biopic ‘The Drummer’
A long-delayed film about Dennis Wilson's final years may never happen, producers tell THR.