The Who and Hunter Hays are also scheduled to perform during the live television special airing on CBS, December 5 at 10PM.
In fact, The Who will play NYC’s Madison Square Garden on the night of the nominations concert, leading us to believe the TV special will do a live broadcast from the concert.
Craig Ferguson’s lack of house band will be remedied when Bon Jovi guitarist Richie Sambora joins the show in December for one week, from the 3rd to 7th.
‘Grease’ is definitely the word.
With a little help from musical pals like The Boss, Hurricane Sandy telethon “Coming Together” raised $23 million for relief efforts via the American Red Cross.
Few were surprised when Gene Simmons, brazen KISS leader and shameless marketer, turned his family into subjects of a reality show in 2006. Now, however, it’s time for the cameras to go.
“True Blood” is often celebrated for its interesting use of music, but last night’s episode was probably the only time the ’70s adult contemporary classic “You Light Up My Life” has been the kickoff tune to a vampire feast.
Guitarist and Springsteen sidekick Steven Van Zandt is facing possible scheduling conflicts in order to film the second season of his Norwegian television show, “Lilyhammer.”
Let’s take a look at this week’s albums, reissues and other musical goodies from classic artists making musical waves yet again.
The Rolling Stones’ 1981 hit “Start Me Up” has been used notably in commercials for Windows 95 and Ford, but a new TV spot may take the cake when it comes to synching the sports […]