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LITTLE ROCK, Ark. - Dixie Chicks singer Natalie Maines is the target of a defamation lawsuit by the stepfather of one of three 8-year-old boys slain in 1993.
Steve Barker has sung authentic country and western music at Sundown Cookouts at Rawhide at Wild Horse Pass since 1996, but his most cherished moment came a few years ago when a 10-year-old made a request.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. - Noel Fox, a former bass singer with the Oak Ridge Boys who became a power in the music business, died at a Nashville hospital after surgery following a series of strokes. He was 63.
To get most fundraisers going, many outgoing calls have to be made. But for Saturday’s “Get Reel with Director Bryan Singer” event, it was an incoming call that made things happen.
This is not the Steve Perry-fronted Journey of your fondue and blow-dry years. It’s not even the Steve Augeri-fronted Journey that recorded a track for Michael Bay’s “Armageddon,” or the Jeff Scott Soto-fronted Journey that warmed up aging head-bangers for Def Leppard two years ago. No, this is the Journey that goes through lead singers like hotel towels.
Steve Glover (second from left), talks to ex-American Idol and pop singer star Paula Abdul who visited Altadena Middle School Wednesday. Glover's daughter, Kendall, had recently auditioned for the show in Los Angeles and Abdul's production team was filming the well-know entertainer talking to the sixth-grader about the results. The dance show is supposed to air on CBS at a later date. Nov. 3, 2010
Celebrate the U.S. Constitution with games, food, patriotic storytellers, costumed colonial characters, fireworks and music from Grammy Award-winning singer Steve Vaus 6 p.m. Saturday at Civic Plaza/Town Square, downtown Gilbert.
In his 1983 stand up comedy special "Delirious," comedian and noted Stevie Wonder impressionist Eddie Murphy says talks about letting the singer get a word in edgewise during a conversation because "you gotta cut Steve off quick, 'cause if he gets a roll going he'll talk your ear off."
NEW YORK - Another high note for Beyonce - the coveted cover shot of this year's Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue. The singer and now movie star ("Dreamgirls") posed on a Florida beach in a yellow-and-pink bikini by House of Dereon, the fashion label she started with her mother, Tina Knowles. There's also a photo spread inside.
A second victim in Wednesday's Phoenix office shooting has died, according to his law firm Friday.
CLEVELAND - Sony Music must pay the founder of a small record company $5 million for failing to put his company's logo on reissues of Meat Loaf's "Bat Out of Hell" album, a federal appeals court ruled.
INDIANAPOLIS - An Indiana songwriter's copyright infringement lawsuit against singer Britney Spears over the song "Sometimes" has been dismissed because she was able to show it wasn't copied, her attorney said Tuesday.
LOS ANGELES - The late "Godfather of Soul" James Brown will rise again, on screen. Spike Lee has signed on to direct a feature film about the singer produced by Brian Grazer and Imagine Entertainment, Paramount Pictures announced Wednesday.
NEW YORK - Bob Dylan's new album, "Modern Times," to be released Aug. 29, features 10 original songs recorded by the singer-songwriter and his touring band.
LAS VEGAS - Singer Wayne Newton will receive the Bob Hope lifetime service award at the upcoming Las Vegas Comedy Festival for his efforts entertaining U.S. military personnel.
Thirty-one Gilbert residents have applied for the vacant town council seat, including former mayor Cynthia Dunham and former councilwoman Joan Krueger. Monday was the deadline.
Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts has announced its 2010-11 season schedule, and there are some big names among the 75 performances and events on the calendar.
Since the early ’90s, Valley punks Glass Heroes have opened plenty of local shows for touring bands, but none was bigger than the September 2003 slot the band scored with the Sex Pistols at Tempe's Marquee Theatre on what was the punk legends’ very last show ever.
“Monsters vs. Aliens”: Girl who’s struck by a meteor and grows to 50 feet tall is captured by the government and taken to a secret compound where she meets other monsters.
Classic rockers Journey, Heart and Cheap Trick have teamed up for a package tour that will make a stop at the Cricket Wireless Pavilion, 2121 N. 83rd Ave., Phoenix, on Friday, October 3, it was announced Tuesday.
Nearly three decades ago, Bruce Springsteen wrote with sadness about a man showing his young son a hometown ravaged by outside economic forces, a town the family was about to leave.
Before Nirvana came along in 1991 and killed off hair-metal's popularity — leaving bands like Poison with tear-smeared mascara — Def Leppard ruled the rock roost.
LOS ANGELES - Elliott Smith, a singer-songwriter whose dark, introspective songs won him critical acclaim and an Academy Award nomination, has apparently committed suicide, his publicist and coroner's officials said Wednesday. He was 34.
SAN FRANCISCO - They're technology celebrities who are responsible for one of America's hottest products (the iPad 2), its most transformative cultural trend (Facebook), and one of the coolest additions to the national vocabulary (Googling).
Ask any music lover "What’s the first record you ever bought?" and we’ll either turn red and look away, pretending we didn’t hear the question, or we’ll proudly tell you in an "I was cool even back then!" kind of voice.