Kim Kardashian, 32, was a vision in a form-hugging red Roland Mouret dress at the Marine Corps Ball in Greenville, North Carolina on Thursday night. Kim Kardashian, Instagram Kardashian's high-profile boyfriend, Kanye West, was in New York preparing for the Hurricane Sandy benefit, but Kardashian was not unescorted.
Legendary folk musician Bob Dylan, 71, was among several notable recipients of the Presidential Medal of Freedom, handed out Tuesday by President Barack Obama at the White House. "This is the highest civilian honor this country can bestow, which is ironic, because nobody sets out to win it," Obama said in front of a packed hall of honorees, guests and top U.
This week even judges Jennifer Lopez, Steven Tyler and Randy Jackson seemed indecisive about their top three remaining contestants as Wednesday night's season 11 episode — one of the closest competitions leading up to the finals in American Idol history — pit Jessica Sanchez, Joshua Ledet, and Phillip Phillips against each other in three separate performances.
The Fray’s third album, Scars & Stories, is not exactly what one would expect from a band that has become famous for melodramatic and solemn songs about love and loss such as, “Over My Head (Cable Car)”, “How to Save a Life”, and “Never Say Never.
Bruce Springsteen is getting the band back together. The rocker legend announced Sunday night on his website that he and the E Street Band will kick off a tour next year for the first time in three years.
Ladies and gentlemen, the “Big Man” has left the arena. On June 18, it was announced that Clarence Clemons, the legendary saxophone player and member of the E Street band, had passed away due to complications from a stroke he had suffered the previous week.
The "Big Man," saxophonist Clarence Clemons of the E Street Band, died on Saturday in a hospital in Palm Beach, Fla., from complications of a stroke he suffered last Sunday. He was 69. Bruce Springsteen said Clemons loved their fans and gave his all every night on stage.
Clarence Clemons, legendary member and saxophone player of Bruce Springsteen's E Street Band, suffered a stroke on Sunday at his Florida home, leaving the entire left side of his body paralyzed. Clemons, 69 was said to be stable and responsive on Monday after reportedly having undergone two brain surgeries.
The Irish rock giants U2 secured the number one spot on Billboard’s 2010 Money Makers list after raking in a whopping $108 million in 2009. Bruce Springsteen trailed far behind, coming in second with $57 million.
The reason Bruce Springsteen’s career has lasted so long is because, evidently, the man can do no wrong. His new album, “Working On A Dream,” shot to number one on the Billboard Top 200 chart in its first week of release, proving that people need and want his idealistic patriotism now, just as much as they did back in ’84.
The soundtrack to The Wrestler holds a very interesting mix of artists and manages to mostly steer straight toward the outright cheapness of a WWE compilation, as one might expect it to do. It has as few emotional highs and lows as the film does, draws mainly from '80s metal classics, and unfortunately omits the Golden Globe-winning, Bruce Springsteen theme track of the same name.