Most of the surviving original Beach Boys have teamed up with members of the band's extended family to record a new version of the group's uplifting 1970 gem "Add Some Music to Your Day." The track, which is the first single... Read More.
Founding Beach Boys singer Al Jardine will release a new single this Friday called "Waves of Love 2.0," an updated version of song that originally appeared as a bonus track on the 2012 reissue of Jardine's 2010 debut solo studio... Read More.
By ERIN SCHUMAKER, ABC News (NEW YORK) -- Although COVID-19 infections and deaths in California are finally on the decline, Latinos continue to make up a disproportionate share of deaths in Los Angeles County.Long Beach, California, Mayor Robert Garcia knows this... Read More.
The organizers of the Monsters of Rock Cruise recently announced that the nautical extravaganza was being canceled for 2021 because of safety concerns regarding the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. But in its place, plans have now been unveiled for a... Read More.
BY: BILL HUTCHINSON, ABC NEWS (MYRTLE BEACH, S.C.) -- A Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, police officer was killed and another was wounded when they responded to a domestic incident and came under attack by a gunman who died at the scene, authorities said.
Rolling Stone has unveiled an updated edition of its list of "The 500 Greatest Albums of All Time," which the magazine last published in 2012. The new tally, which was compiled by considering lists of 50 top albums chosen... Read More.
(LOS ANGELES) -- After reportedly splitting with her boyfriend John Miller after nearly two years of dating, Jennifer Garner spent Wednesday chilling on a Malibu beach with her longtime friend and former Alias co-star Bradley Cooper, according to The New York Post. A photo of the couple... Read More.
Country singer Luke Combs didn't let COVID-19 or impending Tropical Storm Isaias dash his wedding plans with longtime love Nicole Hocking. The two tied the knot in a romantic beachside ceremony in Florida over the weekend. The 30-year-old shared several images of his big day on Sunday,... Read More.
By JON HAWORTH and EMILY SHAPIRO, ABC News (NEW YORK) -- The novel coronavirus pandemic has now killed more than 611,000 people worldwide.Over 14.7 million people across the globe have been diagnosed with COVID-19, the disease caused by the new respiratory... Read More.