Neil Young (AP Photo)Young's Anti-War Album A Growing Drumbeat
If the snippets Neil Young is posting on his Web site are any indication, his upcoming album, "Living With War," will be a serious musical broadside against the Bush administration and the Iraq war.
Michael Jackson (AP Photo)Michael Jackson Restructures Finances
Michael Jackson restructured his finances with the help of Sony Corp., which shares ownership of his valuable music catalog of Beatles hits, Jackson attorneys said last week in a statement.
Duff McKagan and Scott WeilandWeiland, McKagan And Williams Jr. To Hit Nashville Star Stage
Nashville Star plans to kick off itís seventh episode with an opening performance by country music superstar Hank Williams, Jr. while rock icons Scott Weiland and Duff McKagan sit in as guest judges.
Lynda Trang Dai (AP Photo)Closer U.S.-Vietnam Ties Nurture Music
Fans of the bittersweet music of loss and longing that has unified millions of war-scattered Vietnamese refugees are warming to songs and stars from a homeland many still mistrust.
|Young Frankenstein - The Musical!?|
It's been springtime for Hitler. Now it could well be Broadway for Dr. Frederick Frankenstein...
Arturo O'FarrillO'Farrill's Orchestra Preserves Tradition
Pianist Arturo O'Farrill calls himself a "mambo evangelist." His mission is to spread the gospel of Machito, Tito Puente, and his father, Chico O'Farrill.
Cirque du Soleil (AP Photo)Beatles Songs Join With Cirque Du Soleil
Tickets went on sale Wednesday for "Love," a theater collaboration that features the legendary music of the Fab Four and the acrobatic spectacle of Cirque du Soleil.
Gary SiniseGary Sinise Heads To The Persian Gulf
Actor, director and producer Gary Sinise will soon depart for the Persian Gulf on his 18th USO/Armed Forces Entertainment tour to visit service members in the region.