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John Fogerty is among the music stars who will perform before President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama as part of a special tribute to U.S. military members and veterans that will be held on the South Lawn of the White House. The event, dubbed A Salute to Our Troops, will take place on November 6 and will air as a new episode of PBS' In Performance at the White House series the next night at 9 p.m. ET.
An authorized documentary about The Grateful Dead will be truckin' onto screens in conjunction with the jam band's 50th anniversary.
After undergoing a procedure to have a tumor removed earlier this year, former Dr. Feelgood guitarist Wilko Johnson says he is now cancer-free.
Jim Peterik has found success as a member of two popular rock bands, The Ides of March and Survivor, and also is responsible for co-writing memorable songs for a number of other well-known music acts. The 64-year-old musician shares a variety of fascinating, amusing and touching stories from throughout his life and his nearly half-century music career in his recently published autobiography, Through the Eye of the Tiger.
A new vinyl box set featuring all of Cream's studio and live albums released during the 1960s and early '70s will hit stores on November 24.
(NEW YORK) -- British actor James Corden will make his debut as the host of The Late Late Show starting March 9, 2015, CBS announced Thursday.
(NEW YORK) -- Here's a look at the new movies opening nationwide Friday:
(NEW YORK) — One of the keys to a good ghost story/horror movie is putting something on the screen we can relate to -- and who hasn’t played with a Ouija board at some point in their lives?
(NEW YORK) -- Luke Bryan is Nashville's reigning golden boy. His song, "Roller Coaster," is just one of five singles off his double-platinum album, Crash My Party, which helped skyrocket him to an elite club of country stars who are able to sell out stadiums.
(LOS ANGELES) -- Actress Elizabeth Peña died of cardiopulmonary arrest, with complications related to alcohol abuse as a contributing cause, according to her death certificate.