(TALLAHASSEE, Fla.) -- Legendary Florida State University football coach Bobby Bowden has been diagnosed with a terminal medical condition, his family announced in a statement released by the school. Bowden, who turns 92 in November, has seen his health deteriorate in recent months. He tested... Read More.
(TALLAHASSEE, Fla.) -- Legendary Florida State University football coach Bobby Bowden has been diagnosed with a terminal medical condition, his family announced in a statement to the Tallahassee Democrat on Wednesday. Bowden, who turns 92 in November, has seen his health deteriorate in recent months.... Read More.
Hootie & the Blowfish are here to help you stoke your '90s nostalgia and get a tan at the same time. Darius Rucker's iconic rock group is hosting HootieFest: The Big Splash, a "destination concert vacation event" that will take place at Moon Palace... Read More.
Roger Hawkins, a drummer who played on many memorable records as part of the soulful Muscle Shoals, Alabama, collective of session musicians known as "The Swampers," died Thursday, May 20, at the age of 75. The Muscle Shoals Music Foundation announced Hawkins' passing on its... Read More.
Garth Brooks is one of five guests of honor at this week’s Kennedy Center Honors ceremony in Washington, D.C. While he’s excited to “get to fly the country music flag,” the singer says he’s even more excited to be surrounded by his legendary “classmates.” 2020’s... Read More.
DMX has died at age 50 after suffering a heart attack. His family, who was by his side when he passed, confirmed the news in a statement. The rapper, born Earl Simmons, had been hospitalized in White Plains, New York in "grave condition," his attorney Murray Richman confirmed to... Read More.
A live track from the upcoming expanded and remastered version of The Band's third album, Stage Fright, is now available. As previously reported, the expansive package includes an unreleased concert The Band played at London's famed... Read More.
BY: JUSTIN DOOM AND TROY MCMULLEN, ABC NEWS (NEW YORK) -- Alex Trebek, the quick-witted and debonair television host who won over generations of fans at the helm of the popular quiz show "Jeopardy!," has died after a lengthy battle with pancreatic cancer.... Read More.