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Sting, Rihanna and Bruno Mars will hit the stage for a special performance at next week's Grammy Awards.
In a Jan. 21 story about the inauguration of President Obama, The Associated Press reported that the singer Beyonce performed an "impressive rendition of the national anthem." Facing questions about whether she lip-synced the song at the event, she disclosed on Jan. 31 that she had sung along with a pre-recorded track of her singing the anthem.
Tradition, faith and revelry mark a city's celebration of the president's second inauguration, as chronicled by Washington Times reporters in real time throughout the day.
President Barack Obama is preparing for all the musicians set to perform at his inauguration festivities by releasing an official playlist.
President Barack Obama is drawing an A-list of performers for his inaugural festivities, including a massive ball expected to draw more than 35,000 revelers.
Producer-rapper Swizz Beatz says he wants to release a series of singles _ or "memorable moments" _ instead of a follow-up album to 2007's "One Man Band Man." With the growing trend of top pop acts selling millions of singles, but falling flat in album sales, Beatz said releasing songs is the best route for him as a known artist.
Baseball great Hank Aaron is a Barack Obama guy. Golf legend Jack Nicklaus is in Mitt Romney's camp.
Beyonce will be the halftime performer at next year's Super Bowl, we learned this week when the AP broke the news. This got me thinking about the multi-talented multi-hyphenate's movie performances. The R&B superstar has appeared in a lot of films over the past decade, with some decidedly high-profile roles. And while she shouldn't quit her day job just yet, she does have a radiant screen presence.
In 2008, rocker Bruce Springsteen campaigned for Barack Obama and lectured his audience that Mr. Obama was "head and shoulders" above any other candidate. This time around, as Mr. Springsteen was playing a recent trifecta of concerts at the new Meadowlands football stadium in New Jersey, "the Boss" was conspicuously silent about his presidential preference during this election cycle.