In 1973, Leonard Cohen visited the frontlines of the Yom Kippur war in Israel and performed a series of concerts for soldiers. Now, that trip is being turned into a TV series. Variety reports journalist Matti Friedman’s 2022 book about the trip, Who by Fire: Leonard Cohen in the Sinai,... Read More.
A new exhibit about John Mellencamp is set to open at the Woody Guthrie Center in Tulsa, Oklahoma, on November 30. The pocket exhibit will draw connections between Guthrie and Mellencamp, highlighting their many similarities. “Most people might shortsightedly think of Mellencamp’s ‘Jack & Diane’ and mistake it as... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- For decades, Black quarterbacks struggled to make a name for themselves in the NFL despite their impressive skills on the field. In recent years, more and more Black players, such as Lamar Jackson and Patrick Mahomes, have been leading the offense. ESPN... Read More.
When fans finally get their ears on Subject to Change, Kelsea Ballerini hopes it’ll take them on a whirlwind of emotions. “I loved the idea of having a record that takes you through a roller coaster -- of growing up, and love, and a lot... Read More.
(BALTIMORE) -- Adnan Syed, who was the subject of 2014's wildly popular podcast "Serial," is set to appear in a Baltimore courtroom on Monday after prosecutors requested that his 2000 murder conviction be vacated. He could walk free Monday after new evidence was uncovered by... Read More.
After teasing some very special duet partners earlier this week, Kelsea Ballerini is spilling all the details about a collaboration she describes as a “sassbomb female moment.” The song in question is called “You’re Drunk, Go Home,” and joining her in the studio for it... Read More.
Kelsea Ballerini is gearing up for another song release ahead of her new album. The singer revealed the title of the new track, “What I Have,” on her social channels Thursday. Leading up to the announcement, she
(WASHINGTON) -- The U.S. agency that oversees highway safety officially has launched a formal probe into Tesla's Autopilot systems after identifying 11 separate crashes involving the feature over approximately four years. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration told ABC News in a statement Monday that... Read More.