OH. EM. GEE. Music’s biggest night, aka The 57th Annual GRAMMY Awards, is just a few days away and we have never been more excited.
Airing LIVE on CBS at 8|7c, the award ceremony, hosted once again by LL Cool J, will take place at Staples Center in Los Angeles on February 8.
This year, more than any other year, a lot of artists will be teaming up with other artists to perform some of 2014 biggest hits.
Sam Smith will performing with Mary J. Blige, Jessie J with Tom Jones, Adam Levine with Gwen Stefani, Tony Bennett with Lady Gaga, more »
Back to regularly scheduled programming, it seems. Taylor Swift has somehow made her way back to No. 1 on the chart, proving once again that is American Horror Story’s definition of “Supreme.”
Hits Daily Double reports Taylor’s album, 1989, racked up 70,674 in sales the week of February 14, 2015. Considering Taylor Swift’s album is not available to stream on Spotify, its a miracle her album sales increase drastically with streaming count included. The number is 97,390 (sales + streaming), as reported by HDD.
Taylor being No. 1 means Fall Out Boy’s album, more »
Isn’t it crazy how fast time moves? Think about how many albums have come out since the new decade. How many have you bought and listened to? If you’re like me, probably tons! And then once another album comes out we’re on to the next! We as consumers are always waiting for the newest album & the latest project. But sometimes we just gotta slow down & enjoy whats out already.
Even though the decade technically just got started. There are a lot of contenders for best album of the decade. And with four years down and more »
Taylor Swift, Ed Sheeran, and Sam Smith to set to take the stage at the 2015 BRIT Awards ceremony.
They are first batch of BRIT Awards performers announced as of December 15.
Taylor is no stranger to the BRIT Awards. Last year, she performed her smash hit “I Knew You Were Trouble.”
This year, not only was she named the most powerful person in U.K. media, her new album album, 1989, has since been certified gold in the U.K.
Ed Sheeran‘s sophomore album “x”
One of the world’s biggest music festival, Rock In Rio, is coming to Las Vegas this year to celebrating its ground-breaking 30th year anniversary.
The event is spread out between two weeks, the first one being the ‘Rock Weekend’ (May 8 – 9), and the second one, ‘Pop Weekend’ (May 15 – 16).
The line for the show show, which has been broadcast to over a billion people in it’s history, features some of the big names in today’s music. By that, I mean the likes of Taylor Swift, Sam Smith, Bruno Mars, No more »
The 57th Annual Grammy Awards will take place in Los Angeles on Sunday February 8th and the first list of performers have just been announced.
This year sees some of the biggest names in music nominated including Beyoncé, Sam Smith and Pharrell.
Performers to take the stage at the Staples Centre will include Album Of The Year nominee Ed Sheeran and first time nominee Ariana Grande along with veterans AC/DC and Madonna.
See the list of performers below, with more to be announced soon:
Australia’s Recording Industry Association (ARIA) released their 2014 year end charts overnight, with the singles and albums lists both being lead by men in what has seemed like a largely female dominated era of Popular music.
Ed Sheeran’s Grammy nominated ‘X’ album was the highest selling album in Australia in 2014, with Taylor Swift’s ‘1989’ nabbing the 2nd spot and the ‘Frozen’ soundtrack coming in at number 3.
INXS’s 2011 release ‘The Very Best’ is at 4, after a miniseries documenting the history of the band televised mid-year saw them shoot back up to the top more »