Glen Campbell, 'Rhinestone Cowboy' Singer Dead At 81 Glen Campbell, the voice behind several Top 40 hits including "By the Time I Get to Phoenix," "Rhinestone Cowboy" and "Wichita Lineman" died Tuesday. He was 81.
Keith Urban Wins Big At CMT Awards, Underwood Makes HistoryAfter walking away empty-handed at the Grammy Awards and the Academy of Country Music Awards earlier this year, Keith Urban found redemption at the 2017 CMT Music Awards.
Barry Manilow Postpones Shows To Rest Vocal CordsBarry Manilow has postponed two concerts in Los Angeles and Chicago on doctor's orders because of sprained vocal cords.
Texan Kelly Clarkson Joining 14th Season Of 'The Voice'Grammy winner Kelly Clarkson is joining the hit singing competition "The Voice" as a coach, but not for another year.
Cher To Sing 'Believe' At Billboard Music AwardsCher will sing her late 1990s anthem "Believe" at the Billboard Music Awards this month.
George Michael's Cause Of Death RevealedA British coroner says George Michael died of natural causes as the result of heart disease and a fatty liver.
Bright Like A Diamond: Harvard Honors Rihanna's PhilanthropyHarvard University thinks Rihanna shines bright like a diamond when it comes to philanthropy. The Grammy Award-winning singer is Harvard's 2017 Humanitarian of the Year.
Arlington Native Nominated For 4 GrammysArlington native and singer Maren Morris is nominated for four Grammys including Best New Artist, and there's no bigger fans than her own parents.
Homegrown Grammy Nominee Leon Bridges Opens UpBridges is working on his sophomore record after selling nearly half-of-a-million copies of his debut album, "Coming Home."
Tanya Tucker Hospitalized After FallTanya Tucker is postponing tour dates after fracturing a vertebrae and injuring a rib during a fall while on tour.
Singer George Michael Dies At 53, Publicist SaysSinger George Michael has died at the age of 53 according to his publicist Sunday.
Stevie Wonder Honored With Detroit Street In His NameA Detroit roadway has been renamed for Motown legend Stevie Wonder. Wonder moved to Detroit as a child and signed with Motown Records as a boy.