Stevie Wonder gave a little life to an old hit “We Can Work It Out” at The Beatles’ anniversary show.
Tonight was the Beatles’ 50th Anniversary show. Have a look at the pics from all the performances, pics of Maroon 5, Keith Urban, Pharrell, Johnny Depp and more.
Stevie Wonder, Pharrell Williams, Nile Rodgers, and Daft Punk too the Grammys to another level with an insane performance of Pharrell’s hit “Lucky”.
In a recent interview, infamous right-wing rocker Ted Nugent went a tirade about Steve Wonder’s boycott of Florida.
Beyonce and Jay-Z show support for the slain teen, cheered on by Al Sharpton and Trayvon’s mom.
Watch Stevie Wonder boycott Florida performances unless the “stand your ground” law is abolished due to the shooting of Trayvon Martin & the Zimmerman verdict.
The Results: Selena Gomez Stuns, Brothers Maks and Val Argue, Victor Ortiz Has To Pee… Action Packed I Tell Ya.
Dancing With The Stars Re-Cap: Maksim Returns and the Pros Take Over DWTS!
DWTS…. It’s Mirrorball Time and Maks Returns! Step back, Ladies!
Without Dick Clark, would there be rock and roll as we know it?
Stevie Wonder is getting divorced, and with a few tweaks his greatest song titles are appropriate for the occasion.
This Week: Drake is back with superstar guests; Swedish electronic outfit Korallreven’s debut; Pterodactyl is noisy and bright; 31 years of R.E.M.; A synth-phonic release from Tycho.
James Blake spins a fantastically eclectic mix for BBC’s Radio 1 Essential Mix, blending dubstep, R&B and hip-hop with some classical favorites and even debuting some new tunes of his own. Two hours of awesome.
Odd Future’s most outspoken member Tyler, The Creator’s mixtape of his favorites for Summer 2011. Thankfully he has great taste in music and the mix is fun: downtempo hip-hop, a nice sampling of R+B, and a couple of indie tracks. SWAG.