Maren Morris, Tim McGraw and Mickey Guyton are among the celebrities who turned to social media to share their shock and horror following a mass shooting at an Uvalde, Texas, elementary school Tuesday. The shooting claimed the lives of 19 children and two adults. “Imagine... Read More.
The Who made an emotional return to Cincinnati on Sunday to play their first concert in the city since the band's infamous December 1979 show at the Riverfront Coliseum, where 11 young people died as fans rushed the venue's doors before the event. The British... Read More.
In a new installment of Audible's Words + Music audio series titled Pete Townshend: Somebody Saved Me, The Who's Pete Townshend treats listeners to a candid look at his life and music during the period spanning roughly from the 1978 death of Keith Moon... Read More.
The Who's Pete Townshend and Santana guitarist Carlos Santana, are part of the lineup of the Audible audio service's next Words + Music series, a program that combines music and storytelling. The new series of programs kicks off on May 6 with Pete Townshend: Somebody... Read More.
Carly Pearce walked away a double winner at the 2021 ACM Awards, and she couldn't be more grateful. Carly and Lee Brice went in to Sunday night's ceremony as winners, having already picked up a trophy for Music Event of the Year for their hit duet, "I Hope... Read More.
According to the Marvel movies, Sebastian Stan's brainwashed Bucky Barnes can be activated to become the merciless assassin The Winter Soldier if he hears a string of 10 trigger words. For the record, they're the Russian words for "longing," "rusted," "seventeen," "daybreak," "furnace," "nine," "benign," "homecoming," "one," and... Read More.
Thursday sees the release of Sting: Upon Reflection, one of Audible's Words + Music originals. The programs combine both storytelling and music, and features musicians telling their stories both in their own words and through their own songs. Sting... Read More.
By MATT ZARRELL, ABC News(NEW YORK) -- New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo has formally referred the case into allegations of sexual harassment against the governor to New York Attorney General Letitia James, the governor's office announced Sunday night.This... Read More.