Jim Pike, co-founder of Lettermen vocal group, dies at 82
By JOHN ROGERS LOS ANGELES - Jim Pike, co-founder and lead singer of The Lettermen, whose lush vocal harmonies made the Grammy-nominated trio one of the most popular vocal...
4 hours ago - Boston Herald
Listen to Migos' New Song “Stripper Bowl”
Its music video documents, yes, the Stripper Bowl
5 hours ago - Pitchfork
America's Most Astonishing Choir Hates Sounding Pretty
The Crossing, led by Donald Nally, combines an embrace of the new, a social conscience and fearless technique.
10 hours ago - NY Times
'The Music Man' cast reflect on rehearsing in Goodman Theatre's restaging
The Goodman Theatre is restaging a beloved classic, "The Music Man."
11 hours ago - ABC
Riverbend postpones Thursday country show as Ohio River rises
Riverbend Music Center has postponed a Thursday evening show due to an unprecedented amount of rainfall over the past few days.
11 hours ago - WLWT
Jessie Buckley's Star Is Born in Wild Rose. But It's Been a Long Time in the Making
If you don't recognize Jessie Buckley's warm smile and lilting voice already, chances are you will soon. Having starred in the acclaimed HBO series Chernobyl , and with...
12 hours ago - Time
How a Live Orchestra Is Showing Off Another Side of K-Pop Greats Like BTS and BLACKPINK
Don't underestimate the power of K-pop. That's a lesson many in the music industry have learned over the past few years, as the South Korean musical export has taken over...
12 hours ago - Time
Back in action at last, Nationals open doubleheader with 6-2 win over Phillies
With a lift from his new walk-up music - children's anthem “Baby Shark” - Gerardo Parra delivered at the plate and defensively.
13 hours ago - The Washington Post
Billie Eilish Thinks It's ‘Weird' That She's Called ‘The New Face Of Pop'
Billie Eilish tells Vogue Australia why she's not interested in being called "the new face of pop."
13 hours ago - MTV
Did Taylor Swift copy Beyoncé for her ‘Calm Down' video?
Eagle-eyed fans have spotted similarities between the music videos for Swift's "You Need to Calm Down" and Beyoncé's 2011 hit "Party."
14 hours ago - New York Post
The headlines of News BreaK
Iran claims to have shot down US spy drone
The commander of Iran's Revolutionary Guard says the shooting down of a U.S. drone has sent “a clear message” to America.
Nearly 15 million Americans have used marijuana, then driven, AAA research...
In the past month, nearly 15 million Americans have used marijuana , then gotten behind the wheel within an hour, a new AAA study estimates.
Study: More American women are using marijuana while pregnant
While the health effects of marijuana on a fetus have not yet been established, they could include developmental problems and low birth weight, according to the U.S. Centers...
Ortiz was not target of shooting, prosecutor says
Man seated with former Red Sox slugger was intended target, according to officials
Man arrested for running over pregnant woman, 2-year-old son, police say
Police in Jefferson City, Tennessee, have arrested a man they say intentionally ran over a pregnant woman and her 2-year-old son.
Pittsburgh resident, Syrian man arrested on terrorism charges after planning...
Complaint alleges Syrian man plotted attacks in name of ISIS
Iran Shoots Down U.S. Spy Drone It Says Was In Its Airspace
U.S. officials confirm that a drone was downed by a surface-to-air missile, but over international airspace above the Strait of Hormuz. (Image credit: Handout/U.S. Naval Air...
'It's the parents who have to grow up': Adults cited after brawl at...
The 7-year-old players watched the whole scene play out nearby, police said.
EPA rolls back Obama-era plan limiting coal-fired power plant emissions
The Environmental Protection Agency on Wednesday said states can set their own carbon emissions standards for coal-fired power plants - a rule that the agency itself says could...
1 in 6 ER visits or hospital stays triggers ‘surprise' bill
WASHINGTON - Roughly one in every six times someone is taken to an emergency room or checks in to the hospital, the treatment is followed by a “surprise” medical bill...