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Aerosmith's Steven Tyler is one of the music artists chosen to perform at this year's Nobel Peace Prize Concert, which will be held on December 11 at the Oslo Spektrum in Oslo, Norway. The concert takes place the day after the 2014 Nobel Peace Prize ceremony, which will honor two human-rights activists, India's Kailash Satyarthi and Pakistan's Malala Yousafzai, for "their struggle against the oppression of children and young people, and for the right of all children to education."
Remember when Prince covered the Foo Fighters song "Best of You" during the 2007 Super Bowl halftime show? As it turns out, that wasn't the last time Dave Grohl and the Purple One have crossed paths.
Joni Mitchell will make a rare television appearance when she visits PBS' Tavis Smiley show on Tuesday night. The lauded singer/songwriter will reminisce about her eventful life and career, and also will chat about her just-released box set, Love Has Many Faces: A Quartet, a Ballet, Waiting to Be Danced.
The Who has premiered an official lyric video for their new song, "Be Lucky," streaming now at VEVO.com. The track, which appears on the recently released The Who Hits 50! compilation, is the first new tune from the band since 2006.
The two surviving Beatles have lent a hand to help raise money for an effort to build affordable homes for local military veterans in the New Orleans area.
(NEW YORK) -- Even wonder what Neverland was like before Peter Pan?
(NEW YORK) -- It’s the start of Academy Award movie season, and Jennifer Aniston is starring in a new drama that’s already getting Oscar buzz.
(NEW YORK) -- Celebrities expressed sadness, frustration and disappointment across social media Monday after a grand jury in Missouri declined to bring charges against police officer Darren Wilson for the Aug. 9 shooting of unarmed black teen Michael Brown.
(NEW YORK) -- I’m not sure anybody was asking for it, but the penguins from the Madagascar movies have their own film. Actually, it doesn’t matter whether anybody was asking for it, because the results make for one of the year’s most pleasant surprises -- and, perhaps, a viable and lucrative spin-off series.
(NEW YORK) -- Reality meets spirituality in a reality show that debuts Tuesday night about a group of young women thinking about becoming nuns.