The Irish band won for their song “Ordinary Love,” their first song in three years, from the Nelson Mandela biopic, Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom.
Who will walk away with GRAMMY gold at the 56th Annual awards? We rank the top 20 nominees.
After a big win some people go home and pop some champagne. Justin Timberlake, he would rather make a run for the border and pick up a Dorito Locos taco.
“When I heard ‘Wagon Wheel’ at my daughter’s high school talent contest, I just thought, ‘Man some day I’m going to cut the song for a record.’ It was one of those lightning bolt things that I can’t even explain.”
“It can be challenging, you don’t get to eat the foods you normally eat at home. You can’t cook. You’re on a bus with tons of people and different cities every day living out of a suitcase. It’s a lot of wear on your mind and body.”
Another January day, another round of GRAMMY performer announcements. Metallica, Lorde, Katy Perry and Robin Thicke with Chicago will take the stage later this month.
“I think one of the first lines I wrote from that song,” Lorde told Radio.com, “which was, ‘We’re driving Cadillacs in our dreams,’ was in a diary that I had when I was like 11 or 12, so young.”
For one night only, Annie Lennox and Dave Stewart will share the stage in honor of The Beatles first performance on ‘The Ed Sullivan Show.’
Springsteen’s latest album isn’t officially out until Jan. 14, but, starting today, if you head to CBS.com you can hear it in its entirety a week ahead of schedule.
Take a closer look at the nominees for the Album of the Year: Taylor Swift, Kendrick Lamar, Daft Punk, Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, and Sara Bareilles. A panel of music experts weighed in on each album to tell you the stories behind their pop culture impact.
It seems for Daft Punk’s second GRAMMY performance — their first being back in 2008 — they’re bringing along a few of their famous friends.
The country superstar is among the artists slated to perform during the 40th annual award show next Wednesday (Jan. 8), it was announced today.
While his beloved Bears were knocked out of the playoffs by the Packers, the country star still dreams of the Chicago team winning the Super Bowl.
“I am woman, hear me roar.” It’s the simple phrase that Helen Reddy sang in 1971 and 42 years later would inspire Katy Perry, along with her co-writer Bonnie McKee, to write “Roar.”
This weekend, fans will be able to hear Bruce’s entire album.. Following this Sunday’s episode of The Good Wife (9:00-10:00 pm ET/PT), the album will be available for streaming exclusively at CBS.com.