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A former intern of Warner Music Group Corp. filed a Class Action Complaint Monday in New York County Supreme Court against the company for...
By Tony Maglio
The Hold Steady has recorded a rendition of “The Bear and The Maiden Fair," which is taken directly from the text of George R.R. Martin's fantasy novels
"Call Me Maybe" singer Carly Rae Jepsen says she won't be performing at the National Scout Jamboree, joining Train in protest of the Boy Scouts' policy on gay members
Whitney Houston asked the FBI to investigate an individual's demand to be paid $250,000 for "intimate details" of her love life
He and Robinson co-wrote hits for the Temptations and Contours, too
One Direction heartthrob Harry Styles tries a painful footwear encounter on for size
The American pianist rose to fame at the height of the Cold War after winning the inaugural International Tchaikovsky Competition
Adele top selling album, "Call Me Maybe" biggest single
Michael Feinstein will perform for 1,500 guests, including Oscar winners and nominees, at the Ray Dolby Ballroom on Sunday night
Baauer's "Harlem Shake" will rise to No. 1 on Billboard Hot 100 this week, thanks to its YouTube boost
No, Lindsay Lohan -- you can't have a bunch of money just because somebody briefly mentioned you in a song
Ke$ha's new series was shot over two years by her brother, Lagan Sebert and filmmaker Steven Greenstreet
Clive Davis writes in a new memoir that he has been in two serious relationships with men
"Suit & Tie" video marks a return to music for Justin Timberlake and David Fincher, who have both won several MTV Video Music Awards
The man who helped launch Eminem and Lady Gaga has a few ideas about the future of music
Bryan Norwood had supervised Chris Brown's community labor in Richmond, Va. which has been questioned by Los Angeles prosecutors
The winners celebrate, Les Moonves on "The Boss'" guitar and other top scenes from inside Grammy weekend's parties.
The Black Keys took home three awards while the Keys' Dan Auerbach won one on his own as the year's top producer
Also: How Clive Davis masters his ceremony and other things I learned at the center of the music universe.
The Grammys should always change, says producer Ken Ehrlich -- even if some of the changes will confuse guests at the Staples Center on Sunday
At a charity gala to raise money for the Grammy charity MusiCares, Bruce Springsteen rocks the room, mocks his fellow musicians and gets "the one-percenters" to pay big bucks
Prosecutors say Chris Brown's records of community service in his home state of Virginia are dubious
Absent from Fox's airwaves in recent months, Clinton adviser-turned-foe Dick Morris follows Sarah Palin out the door at Fox
Troggs frontman Reg Presley announced he had lung cancer a year ago
Nickelodeon unveiling six new programs aimed at tots, including "Peter Rabbit" and "Monsters vs. Aliens"
Patty Andrews was the lead singer of the group whose hits including "Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy" helped America get through the World War II era
Rob Thomas is directing the movie, which is being made possible by Kickstarter