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Kaya Stewart Makes A Great First Impression With Debut Single “In Love With A Boy”: Listen

Kaya Stewart gets it very right on debut single “In Love With A Boy.” Listen to the genre-bending pop anthem after the jump.

By: Mike Wass / April 21, 2015

Kelly Clarkson’s “Good Goes The Bye,” “Someone” & “Dance With Me”: Listen To The ‘Piece By Piece’ Tracks

Kelly Clarkson’s forthcoming album is right around the corner, but that isn’t stopping her from dropping even more new tracks!

By: Bianca Gracie / March 2, 2015

Simple Minds ‘Big Music’: Idolator Album Premiere

Simple Minds’ bountiful discography is lined with 15 studio albums and an array of hits like “Promised You A Miracle,” “Alive And Kicking,” “Sanctify Yourself,” “See The Lights” and, of course, the Breakfast Club soundtrack classic “Don’t You (Forget About Me)”. Now in their 37th year, the Jim Kerr-fronted band will release their…

By: Robbie Daw / October 28, 2014

Annie Lennox Previews New Covers LP ‘Nostalgia’ At Hollywood Forever Cemetery In LA

Annie Lennox previewed her fifth studio album Nostalgia — sixth if you count her Christmas LP! — at the Masonic Lodge at Hollywood Forever Cemetery in Los Angeles last night (August 12). Producer Don Was introduced the project with a cute anecdote about working with the former Eurythmics frontwoman before playing the set’s first six…

By: Mike Wass / August 13, 2014

Ladies Who Duet: 23 All-Female Songs For A Sapphic Valentine’s Day

With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, not to mention Shakira and Rihanna’s touchy-feely “Can’t Remember To Forget You” bed romp still fresh on our minds, we couldn’t help but think back to some of the great female pop pair-ups over the years. After all, we love ladies, and we love ladies who love to,…

By: Robbie Daw / February 13, 2014

Katy Perry, Eurythmics & Others Perform On Beatles 50th Anniversary Special: Watch

From Alicia Keys to Katy Perry to Maroon 5 to a reunited Eurythmics, the stars of pop, rock and R&B got together to pay tribute to the legendary Fab Four for CBS special The Night That Changed America: A GRAMMY Salute To The Beatles. The televised event aired Sunday night (February 9) — exactly 50…

By: Robbie Daw / February 10, 2014

See What Songs Katy Perry, Ed Sheeran & Others Are Singing For Beatles Tribute Special

Fresh off their on-stage reunion at Sunday night’s Grammy Awards, surviving Beatles members Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr headed to the Los Angeles Convention Center on Monday (January 27) to tape the performance segments for the upcoming CBS special The Night That Changed America: A Grammy Salute To The Beatles. The program airs on February…

By: Robbie Daw / January 28, 2014

Billy Ray Cyrus To Release A Hip-Hop Remix Of “Achy Breaky Heart”: Morning Mix

Did You Hear?

:: Billy Ray Cyrus has allegedly recorded a hip-hop version of signature hit “Achy Breaky Heart”. What started off as a joke by Larry King could, in fact, become reality — much to the embarrassment of daughter Miley. [Radar Online]

:: Eyebrows were raised when Madonna posted a picture of her…

By: Mike Wass / January 7, 2014

Now Annie Lennox Has Something To Say About Miley Cyrus: “I’m Disturbed And Dismayed”

Annie Lennox is the latest female icon from across the pond to criticize Miley Cyrus and her racy music videos. The former Eurythmics lead singer posted a brief missive on Facebook Saturday (October 5), saying she’s “disturbed and dismayed by the recent spate of overtly sexualised performances and videos,” and likening them to pornography. She called…

By: Carl Williott / October 7, 2013

Popping Up: Nightmare And The Cat

Popping Up is our recurring look at new artists making noise on the music landscape. Because, hey — Madonna and Britney were once unknown, too.

Nightmare And The Cat is an LA-based pop/rock band with a twist. Founders Sam and Django Stewart were raised in London and bring a distinctly  British pop sensibility…

By: Mike Wass / October 1, 2013

Kitten Talk Shower Music & Spotify At Sonos Studio In Austin: Watch

Kitten took full advantage of their time in Austin for SXSW, getting their name out by performing nine shows and doing a number of interviews, including a very entertaining one with us. The California band was also one of a select few acts to perform at Sonos Studio for an intimate set and an accompanying discussion of…

By: Carl Williott / March 26, 2013

‘Smash’ Comes Out Swinging With Season 2 Premiere (And Jennifer Hudson), Loses Punch In Second Hour

Touting itself as the most award-winning cast on television, Smash was hoping to lure in new viewers for its second season and hold onto those who rode the rocky rollercoaster of its often good, sometimes bad, occasionally awful and only-intermittently-great season one.

So did Smash find its show-stopping legs and avoid a sophomore…

By: Mike Wood / February 6, 2013

Christina Aguilera, Train & Michael Buble For New ‘A Very Special Christmas’ Albums

It’s hard to imagine the holidays without some of the festive tunes that appeared on the very first A Very Special Christmas compilation in 1987 — songs like U2’s “Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)”, Eurythmics’ “Winter Wonderland”, Madonna’s “Santa Baby” and Run-D.M.C’s “Christmas In Hollis”. But now that the Special Olympics-benefiting compilation is turning 25,…

By: Robbie Daw / August 6, 2012

Joss Stone’s ‘The Soul Sessions, Vol. 2′: Album Review

Within the first 15 seconds of her 2003 debut The Soul Sessions, Joss Stone’s voice unfurls. You can hear her lips close and part at the ends and starts of her first few verses. At 16, Stone tackled 10 covers — including Aretha Franklin’s serene yet confident “All the King’s Horses” — with that wise-beyond-its-years voice of…

By: Christina Lee / July 31, 2012

Maroon 5’s ‘Overexposed’ Album: Review Revue

With fourth album Overexposed, Maroon 5 have pulled out all the pop stops by working with such producers and songwriters as Max Martin, Benny Blanco, Ryan Tedder and J.R. Rotem. Its a ballsy move, and the album’s title takes things an obvious step forward. So what do critics think of Adam Levine and the gang’…

By: Robbie Daw / June 26, 2012

Annie Lennox’s ‘Diva’ Turns 20: Backtracking

Backtracking is our recurring look back at the pop music that shaped our lives. Friends may come and go, but we’ll be spinning our favorite albums forever.

When Annie Lennox released Diva, her first solo album, on April 28, 1992, there were no guarantees. She was a worldwide superstar after 12 years i…

By: Stephen Sears / April 27, 2012

‘The Voice’: Goodie Mob Returns To The Stage; James Massone And Pip Return Home

It’s the second week of the quarterfinals on The Voice, with the final four singers left on Adam Levine and Cee Lo Green’s teams up on the chopping block. But before America can wield its mighty ax tonight, both mentors had to cut one contestant in an instant elimination. (It’s only fair, Christina Aguilera and…

By: Nicole Sia / April 24, 2012

‘The Voice’: Jessie J Knocks Down Her “Domino” And Four More Singers Get Knocked Off The Show

Monday night (April 9), Cee Lo Green and Adam Levine each tried to prove the Season 2 winner of The Voice is on their team, and two may have already proven themselves true contenders, if the iTunes rock chart is anything to go by. Overnight, Juliet Simms’ version of The Police’s “Roxanne” and Tony Luca’…

By: Rae Votta / April 11, 2012

Rufus Wainwright Calls Lady Gaga “Predictable And Boring”

We haven’t had a good ole fashioned Lady Gaga feud in a while, have we? Sure, Madonna called Mother Monster “reductive”, but pretty much left it at that. Singer-songwriter Rufus Wainwright, however, was willing to fully explain his feelings towards the pop star. Wainwright was discussing his new album Out Of The Game with Music

By: Becky Bain / March 16, 2012

‘American Idol’: Jessica Sanchez And The Middling Top 12 Girls

Early in last night’s episode, when the Top 12 ladies sang live for your votes, judge Randy Jackson admitted that they had gone easy, criticism-wise, on American Idol’s Top 13 boys. It was a strange point to make, because wasn’t that the point in the first place? Since Simon Cowell and his scathing…

By: scognata / March 1, 2012
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