Victoria Jackson went from the big leagues of comedy to the rabid right of modern politics.
William Shatner has done everything. He boldly saved Starship Enterprise's jumpsuited crew from that devastating plague of Tribbles in '67. He's fluent in Esperanto, and likely Klingon. And he recently sacrificed himself for savings in a Priceline commercial. Not to mention his illustrious music c ... More >>
Lil WayneIt seems that The Young Money Millionaire is making up for time lost while locked up last year. Lil Wayne is returning to Dallas on Saturday at the Gexa Energy Pavilion after performing at the American Airlines Center only five months ago. And the opening acts are reason enough to check ... More >>
Your daily dose of national music news for Thursday, September 9, 2010...Sometimes when you love someone, you propose marriage to them at a Band of Horses show. And then sometimes when you're really lucky, Band of Horses become your actual wedding band.If you are fortunate enough to see Britney Sp ... More >>
Check out our accompanying slideshow for more images from this week's installment of Echoes and Reverberations.Sly Stone was born there. Roy Orbison and Don Henley went to school there. Pat Boone and Dr. Phil even made the scene. But enough about all that: Let's talk about skronk monkeys trippin' b ... More >>
Who should fear the reaper this year?
Brendan Fraser falls into a deep, deep hole at the Center of the Earth
Tony Romo makes a short, sweet journey from anonymous backup to A-list celebrity
http://www.myspace.com/bigdickhunter Metal Skool poses Friday night with fans Tony Romo, Big Dick Hunter and Hal Sparks. The Cowboys haytuhs’ version: Tony Romo is staining his and his team’s image by associating with a vulgar rock band that makes on-stage jokes about incest, pedophilia, devil ... More >>
Find the perfect Christmas CD for your favorite guitar-slaying Navajo cousin
The Eyes of Tammy Faye teaches us that garish televangelists have feelings too
Or: How the Internet could kill the album
But a new boxed set proves you can't keep Randy Newman down
It's Hard to Swallow, but Vanilla Ice goes...metal?
In today's music business, tomorrow's revolution is yesterday's fad
Memories of Ronnie Lane, 1946-1997
Musicians' superstore stumbles out of the gate
Venal old fraud Pat Boone bellies up to the trough once more with an album of metal covers
Rap's new polish: sophistication or pandering?
Retro rascality or cultural imperialism?
Ty Herndon is country music's latest hunk of the month. But is he for real?
Buddy Guy doesn't want money or fame, just a little respect
In the 1950s and '60s, Tony Zoppi wrote about -- and rode with -- the stars