The tour, produced and promoted by Live Nation, will kick off Nov. 6 in New York City at Madison Square Garden.
Radio.com caught up with the GRAMMY-winning singer/songwriter to talk about The Way, Stevie Wonder and Metallica.
The legendary singer will also feature Blake Shelton, Lionel Richie and John Legend on her upcoming release.
Arcade Fire have a little soul in them, as proven by their cover of Stevie Wonder’s “Uptight (Eevrything’s Alright)” at last night’s (March 10) show in Auburn Hills, Missouri.
Pharrell’s Producer of the Year GRAMMY might have gone straight to his head or at least his hat, since he’s making some crazy suggestions about who he’d like to work with next.
The producer/bassist was the show’s musical director. He told us about some of the show’s highlights.
Celebrating The Beatles on Ed Sullivan 50 Years Later, With a Little Help From Reunited Eurythmics, Perry, Grohl & Wonder
Following Sunday’s GRAMMYs, an all-star cast of characters paid tribute to The Beatles’ Ed Sullivan debut 50 years ago, for a TV special to air on the exact anniversary.
We talk with Darlene Love, Lisa Fischer, and Judith Hill. You may not know all of them them, and for a good reason: They’re the backup singers, and the movie ’20 Feet from Stardom’ tells their story.
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.
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.
Cyrus, at 20, is hardly an old timer herself. And notably for the charts, that means the No. 1 and No. 2 spots (Cyrus is still in possession of the latter) were born in the ’90s.
How did some of the most widely recognizable melodies, like “Rosalita,” rise to the top without actually being at the top? Read on to find out:
If for some reason you could only have one Stevie Wonder album, 1973’s classic, GRAMMY-winning “Innervisions” is the one to get.
Stevie Wonder Won’t Play Florida Following Trayvon Martin Ruling, Beyonce & Young Jeezy Offer Tributes
At a concert in Quebec City on Sunday (July 14), Wonder announced that he would no longer be performing in Florida until the controversial Stand Your Ground Law, which says a person may justifiably use force in self-defense if there is reasonable belief that they are being threatened, was “abolished.”
“I’m so proud to join these incredible artists as we come together through our music in support of The Global Poverty Project,” Alicia Keys said.
BET Awards 2013: Big Duets & Bigger Star Power From Justin Timberlake, Mariah Carey, R. Kelly, Nicki Minaj & More
Performers outnumbered awards at Sunday’s BET Awards, which was jam-packed with everyone from Mariah Carey to Chris Brown with Nicki Minaj to R. Kelly to JT and many more.