Q&A: Rapper B.o.B wants to be taken seriously by urban radio following success on pop charts
George Jacobs, who wrote about his 15 years as Frank Sinatra's valet and confidant, dies at 87
'Call Me Maybe' singer Carly Rae Jepsen heads to Broadway next year in 'Cinderella'
Georgia Tech's ground game stymied by Ole Miss as Yellow Jackets lose Music City Bowl 25-17
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Bon Jovi has year's top-grossing global tour at $259.5M; Beyonce, Pink follow
Polish composer Wojciech Kilar, author of music for Oscar-winning 'The Pianist,' has died
Owner of Montgomery bar not planning to reopen after fatal shooting of 2, including rapper
Nelson Mandela, Margaret Thatcher among the many notables who died in 2013
Britney Spears' long-term Las Vegas show debuts with a younger audience
Burying the blues: Grave marker project brings recognition to long-forgotten musicians
Egyptian rapper speaks up for suppressed women
Danny Burstein: From Broadway to the Metropolitan Opera
Police: 2 killed, 6 others wounded in gunfire inside Montgomery bar and grill
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Branson documentary goes behind the music, finding hardships, patriotism and past persevere
A newly opened restaurant in Woodbridge, Va., has posted a "No guns allowed" sign. Comments on the chain's Facebook page have blasted the move, painting namesake Toby Keith as anti-gun rights, saying the restaurant is infringing on the Second Amendment rights of its customers.
Britney Spears begins long-term Las Vegas Strip gig at Planet Hollywood
Annapolis police have charged a man they say stabbed another man after an argument over music on a restaurant jukebox.
Blues curriculum helps Mississippi children learn state's culture, from cotton to civil rights