Gwen Stefani, Pharrell, Nick Jonas to appear on Sesame StreetSara Bareilles, Ne-Yo and Fifth Harmony will also appear on the show's 46th season.
Sara Bareilles Sings Chris Stapleton's 'Tennessee Whiskey’"I literally can’t stop listening and now I am singing it all day long. Tennessee Whiskey. Oof. Forgive me for indulging…"
Sara Bareilles Talks about The 'Empowering' Act of Writing Her Memoir"Observing yourself do something that you never thought you could do or never imagined you could do, be it good, bad, or ugly or whatever, it’s empowering, it’s exciting"
Bleachers Give Away Female-Fronted 'Terrible Thrills Vol. 2' Album for FreeBleachers are re-releasing the 'Strange Desire' album, but this time features female singers.
Listen to Sara Bareilles' New Song 'She Used to Be Mine'The slow-building, anthemic song has a melancholy tinge about it, but in Bareilles' hands it's easy to see how this will translate to a powerful performance on the Great White Way.
Sara Bareilles to Release New Album 'What's Inside: Songs From Waitress'"This is a deliciously self-indulgent project and I'm sorry, I'm not sorry. :)”
Supreme Court Rules Gay Marriage Legal in All States - Artists ReactThe ruling came down that gay marriage is now officially legal in all 50 states. Many artists were quick to share their thoughts on social media.
Hillary Clinton Takes Bold Stance on Love for American AuthorsToday, in a landmark move, Clinton announced her first real platform as president with a show of support for the band American Authors and their songs "Believer" and "Best Day of My Life."
See the Cover of Sara Bareilles' New Book 'Sounds Like Me'It's out Oct. 6.
Seth MacFarlane Announces Christmas Album Featuring Norah Jones, Sara BareillesIt's only May, but MacFarlane is already in the Christmas spirit.
Sara Bareilles Covers Jackie Wilson's 'Higher and Higher' for OprahSara Bareilles has a way of making us all feel pretty good about ourselves, so it's no surprise that she would eventually team up with the Queen of All Media herself, Oprah.
Re-Experience the First Tweets of Drake, Lorde, Katy Perry & Blake SheltonWhen Twitter first launched on March 21, 2006, no one really thought about their first tweet and what it would mean, historically speaking. Least of all musicians.