Black Cash & the Bad TripsThe New Men In Black
"Folsom Prison Blues" ends and the audience is chanting: "Country is dead. Country is dead. Country is dead."
BelushiGone 25 Years, Belushi Still Counts
When a force of nature like John Belushi is lost, 25 years isn't time enough to ease the grief or erase the laughter.
TimbalandProducer Timbaland Wants To Save Britney
Timbaland, who's crafted hits for Justin Timberlake and Nelly Furtado, wants to help Britney Spears reclaim her once-stellar career.
BassLance Bass Writes `Out of Sync' Memoir
Lance Bass "tells all about his life, his music and his sexuality" in an upcoming autobiography, the publisher announced Wednesday.
The Big Bopper48 Years Later, Big Bopper Rumors Buried
J.P. "The Big Bopper" Richardson suffered massive fractures and likely died immediately in the 1959 plane crash.
George WinstonGeorge Winston Donates Concert Proceeds To Charity
Solo pianist George Winston, best known for his seasonally themed recordings will be donating proceeds from his two sold out concerts in Baton Rouge, LA to two New Orleans organizations.
Yoko OnoYoko Blocks Premiere Of Film On Lennon
The world premiere of "Three Days in the Life," a documentary about John Lennon, was canceled after lawyers for the slain Beatle's widow, Yoko Ono, warned that she had not authorized any public viewing of the film.
Bonnie RaittRaitt Album On `Definitive 200' List
"Nick of Time" was a turning point for Bonnie Raitt. The 1989 album elevated the blues singer-songwriter to a new level of success and earned her three Grammy Awards.
Bono at the 'fairBono To Edit Vanity Fair's Africa Issue
Rock star and activist Bono is adding another title to his resume: first-ever guest editor of Vanity Fair.
Bobby BrownBobby Brown Bails On Radio Interview
Almost as soon he was sprung from jail by a radio station's money, Bobby Brown and Hot 99.5 FM bailed on the deal.
FabianFabian In Car Crash, Falls Off Stage
Fabian escaped serious injury twice this weekend -- first in a car crash, then in a concert accident.
RedstoneRedstone Wants To Mend Ties With Cruise
Viacom chairman Sumner Redstone wants to be friends again with Tom Cruise.