Teenage pop star Justin Bieber turned a quiet Paris street corner into an impromptu concert venue this afternoon, crooning through a megaphone at a balcony window over the screams of hundreds of adoring female fan
British singer Amy Winehouse's family have put her north London home up for sale following her death last July, a spokesman for the family said today.
The Grammy Awards, the music industry's top awards, will return to Los Angeles for tenth straight year in 2013, taking place on February 10, organizers said.
Canadian pop star Justin Bieber ran headlong into trouble on a European promotional tour , knocking himself out backstage in Paris and dealing with a crushing crowd in Norway that left some fans injured one day earlier.
Pop superstar Madonna kicked off a new world tour wishing peace on the Middle East even as she showcased grim dance routines depicting violence and bloody gunmen among her more colorful numbers.
John Mayer earned some redemption from fans after his third album "Born And Raised" debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart, beating back stiff competition from rocker Slash and several "American Idol" alumni.
A note written by Michael Jackson in which he complains of being unable to sleep has been withdrawn from auction at the request of the late singer's ex-wife Lisa Marie Presley, the auction house said.
Bee Gees singer Robin Gibb will be given a private funeral in Britain next week, and a public memorial service will be planned for later this year.
Rocker Bruce Springsteen touched on a nerve of widespread discontent with the financiers and bankers at a Berlin concert, railing against them as "greedy thieves" and "robber barons."
Thailand's government is up in arms over a tweet by pop sensation Lady Gaga about buying a fake designer watch in a Bangkok street market and has complained to the United States.