Photo: James O'MaraJames Taylor is among the stars who will participate in the 90th annual National Christmas Tree Lighting, which will take place on December 6 on the Ellipse at President's Park in Washington, D.C. read more ≫
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Kevin Mazur/WireImageMadonna's concert in New York City on Monday night turned into a very unlikely fundraiser for the victims of Hurricane Sandy: The star announced she was stripping for donations.
Telling the crowd that she and her children had just visited New York's Rockaway Beach, one of the areas that was the hardest hit by the late October superstorm, Madonna added, "It was really sad but we also saw amazing acts of humanity." read more ≫
LedZeppelin.comTwo Led Zeppelin songs will be featured in the new NBC show Revolution. "Kashmir" and "Since I've Been Loving You" will be heard in next week's episode of the post-apocalyptic drama.
The airdate is Monday, November 19 -- the same day that Led Zeppelin's Celebration Day concert album and companion DVD will be released. read more ≫
Facebook.com/INXSSunday night, INXS announced at a concert in Perth, Australia, that they were calling it quits after 35 years. Now, the band has issued a statement confirming that they are, indeed, splitting up.
Band members Tim, Andrew and Jon Farriss, Kirk Pengilly and Garry Beers said, "We understand that this must come as a blow to everybody, but all things must eventually come to an end. We have been performing as a band for 35 years, it’s time to step away from the touring arena. Our music will of course live on and we will always be a part of that." read more ≫
EricBurdon.comEach March, the South by Southwest music festival in Austin, Texas, showcases an eclectic variety of musicians from around the world at the city's many music venues. Organizers have announced an initial list of invitees for the 2013 edition of the extravaganza, and the roster includes a couple of bona fide legends from the British Invasion era. Founding Animals singer Eric Burdon and The Zombies are among the more read more ≫