If you don’t know her name, you definitely know her music. Rock & Roll Hall of Famer Darlene Love has always been in the spotlight, but new documentary film “20 Feet from Stardom,” sheds new light on back-up singers, much like herself, who have been behind some of music’s biggest superstars.
The band is hitting the road with The Wallflowers for a summer tour that begins June 14th in Farmingville, New York. After more than 20 years together, Duritz said Counting Crows has been experience the best year of touring they’ve ever had.
Eighty-eight of the instruments, one for each of the piano’s keys, have been placed throughout the city by artists working with Sing For Hope, an organization created by a pair of Julliard graduates, as a resource for artists to engage local communities.
The Grammy-winning trio just wrapped up a headlining gig at Stagecoach and has a new album dropping May 7. When they joined us on The Couch Thursday morning, they said they attribute their popularity to just doing what they know and love.
Chris Wallace is making a name for himself as a rising young, and with one album and a top 25 pop hit already under his belt, he visited The Couch to talk about his passion for music and also to give us a live performance.
Nine time Grammy Award-winning singer John Legend is about to release his new solo album “Love in the Future”
On Saturday night, Jerry Lewis will headline at the NYCB Theatre at Westbury, showcasing a mix of comedy, music, reminiscences and banter.
Miranda Lambert is a country music powerhouse, and the chart-topping rocker chick is also a nominee for the Academy of Country Music’s Entertainer of the Year award. Here’s a closer look at the Texas native.
Luke Bryan is one of the hottest names in country music. He’s also one of the nominees for the Academy of Country Music’s Entertainer of The Year. Here’s an up-close look at this chart-topping Georgia native.
Dave “Teacherman” Goldman is a Long Island native, high school English teacher — and a musician who has just released his first album.
Back for its second year, the event billed as the “amusement park” of food, drink and music will hit Prospect Park on May 17.
The March 7 concert will feature the music of Prince with help from Elvis Costello, the Roots, D’Angelo, Betty Lavette, Sandra Bernhard, Blind Boys of Alabama, Maya Rudolph, Talib Kweli, and Madeleine Peyroux.
The singer-songwriter’s debut album ‘Let It In’ has just been released — to great reviews. Oh, and on Friday, he’s opening up for Elvis Costello and The Who at the Theater at Madison Square Garden.
As celebrities and fashion moguls descend upon New York for Fashion Week, you don’t have to have a ticket to the hottest runway show to rub elbows with the famous folk.
Fun. won two major awards midway through the Sunday night’s telecast, winning song of the year for the transcendent anthem “We Are Young,” featuring Janelle Monae, and best new artist in something of an upset over Frank Ocean.