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Paul McCartney is kicking off the North American leg of his "Out There" tour in Orlando.
A look at key moments this past week in the wrongful death trial in Los Angeles between Michael Jackson's mother, Katherine Jackson, and concert giant AEG Live LLC, and what is expected at court in the week ahead:
CHICAGO - Let's raise a glass to Bob Koester, the single-minded Chicagoan who this weekend celebrates a remarkable anniversary: 60 years of producing jazz and blues recordings.
The lawyer for a California heavy metal singer accused of trying to hire someone to kill his estranged wife says the singer's mind has been ravaged by steroid use.
LOS ANGELES - Beyonce is pregnant with her second child - another baby with husband Jay-Z, more sources said Friday.
The Weinstein Company's fall slate of awards contenders will feature a glamorous Grace Kelly, a brawny Nelson Mandela and a mysterious J.D. Salinger.
Flashy skirts, fake tans, fur and feathers: It's the 2013 Eurovision Song Contest.
ALLENTOWN, Pa. - After more than 30 years as rock music's biggest bad boys, after selling more than 30 million albums, Motley Crue can see the finish line, bassist Nikki Sixx says.
Sugarland's Jennifer Nettles is releasing a solo album.
President Barack Obama is putting on a show at the White House next week for singer-songwriter Carole King.
Country music star Randy Travis has filed a lawsuit to prevent the release of patrol car video of his 2012 drunken-driving arrest in North Texas.
George Michael was being treated at a hospital Friday for what his publicist called minor injuries after being a passenger in a car crash near London.
Justin Bieber will face a bill for thousands of euros (dollars) for his pet monkey's two-month stay at an animal shelter since it was seized by German customs, officials said Friday as a deadline expired for him to reclaim the animal.
The guys in Vampire Weekend changed how they wrote songs, how they record and what an album of theirs even looks like - the cover for "Modern Vampires of the City" is not another artsy old Polaroid, but a 1966 black-and-white photo of a smoggy New York skyline.
Andris (AHN'-driss) Nelsons has been named music director of the Boston Symphony Orchestra.
Amy Grant, "How Mercy Looks From Here" (Capitol Christian)
With a flawless voice that recalled past "American Idol" finalist Jennifer Hudson and a sense of determination after not making it in previous seasons, Candice Glover did the one thing Hudson wasn't able to do: She won the title of "American Idol."
LOS ANGELES - Wednesday night in New York, will.i.am - the founder and frontman of Black Eyed Peas - received an honorary Clio Award in recognition of "the work and talent of those who push the boundaries of creativity in advertising and beyond," according to a release from the ad-business group that presents the awards.
LOS ANGELES - Google Inc. upended the Internet with its search engine.
Hit boy band One Direction has announced plans for an ambitious world tour in 2014.
Randy Jackson isn't sure which budding diva will take the crown on "American Idol."
Comedian Lloyd Ahlquist steps onto the stage, girded for battle. Wearing the uniform of a Soviet officer, with medals dripping from his chest, he channels dictator Joseph Stalin and prepares to deliver a rhyming smackdown on Russia's mad monk, Grigori Rasputin.
One by one the teenage singers practice the opening lines to "Boogie Wonderland," a disco-funk hit from an era before they were born, as dancers work on hip-swinging moves that require perfect choreography.
The lead singer of the 1960s Australian folk-pop group The Seekers is recovering from a brain hemorrhage suffered after a concert.
DENVER - Prince pounded his rhinestone-encrusted cane into the floor to make a point. "I don't have time for old people," he insisted. "I want to work with young people."