With the arrival of the DVD release of “Frozen,” the soundtrack to the Disney animated feature is set to soar on next week’s Billboard 200.
LOS ANGELES—The final season of “Mad Men” launches April 13 on AMC. And while none of the actors would dare give even a hint of what was to come with their characters during the show’s PaleyFest session March 21 at the Dolby Theater here (show creator Matthew Weiner has trained them well), they revealed a great deal about how they feel as the show winds down. And they’re just as sad about it coming to an end as the rest of us.
“I feel like my life is a little bit like a dream,” says Brandy Clark.
If so, she must never want to wake up.
The Nashville singer/songwriter, who co-penned such hits as Miranda Lambert’s “Mama’s Broken Heart,” The Band Perry’s “Better Dig Two,” and Kacey Musgraves’ “Follow Your Arrow,” released her debut album, “12 Stories,” last fall, and she has been floating ever since.
After a long campaign waged by their fans, Kiss will finally be inducted into the Rock & Roll of Fame this spring.
Remember a few months ago when Ringo Starr went searching for the teenagers he captured in a picture 50 years ago? (And he found them…)
Jason Aldean, Luke Bryan, Eric Church, Blake Shelton, and Miranda Lambert are among the artists headlining the 2014 CMA Music Festival.
Seemingly out of nowhere, Soko’s two-year old song, “We Might Be Dead By Tomorrow,” zoomed onto the Billboard Hot 100 this week, bowing at No. 9. Even more impressively, the song launched at No. 1 on Billboard’s Streaming Songs chart.
“Happy,” Pharrell Williams’ Oscar-nominated ditty remains No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 for its fourth week, while the Top 10 welcomes some newcomers.
It’s been three years since Brantley Gilbert’s 2011 “Halfway to Heaven” album. Ask the country singer what took so long for him to craft follow-up, “Just As I Am,” out May 19, and he jokes, “I needed a nap.” Then when that doesn’t sound dramatic enough, he goes for “I was cryogenically frozen.”
Jennifer Lopez will release her first studio album since 2011’s “Love?” in June.