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David Bowie stole the show at Wednesday's Brit music awards without even showing up, while Arctic Monkeys took home two big trophies at British music's leading prize night.
Musical moments that capture the attention of a national audience - and beyond - never seem to be in short supply. Last week, Bruno Mars set a ratings record with 115 million people watching his Super Bowl performance. A few months ago, the talk was about Beyonce's surprise album. And there's still discussion of That Miley Moment at the MTV Video Music Awards.
Tickets for three upcoming Bruno Mars concerts at a Honolulu arena sold out in less than two hours, setting a record for the venue.
The Red Hot Chili Peppers decided long ago they were never going to mime a live performance. The band made an exception for the NFL, it turns out.
The Seahawks pretty much ruined everyone's fun but their own.
A look at the Super Bowl on Sunday night between the Denver Broncos and Seattle Seahawks at MetLife Stadium.
Anybody worried about how Bruno Mars would do on one of the world's largest stages had obviously never seen the young star perform live. That all changed Sunday night when tens of millions got their first chance to see why he's one of the most exciting live acts of his generation.
Though the Red Hot Chili Peppers made their Super Bowl debut Sunday, band members say they had been in talks to play on the big day in the past.
Forget Peyton Manning barking "Omaha!" The Black Keys were busy howling for a Super Bowl weekend show.