Richie Havens, the New York City folk singer thrust by circumstance onto center stage as the opening act of Woodstock, the legendary 1969 music festival, has died. He was 72.
Judi Dench, diving penguins, and the reopening of Gordon Ramsay’s flagship restaurant are among Muse’s arts and leisure recommendations for London this weekend.
When singers stage a triumphant, surprise comeback, in future they will be said to have “done a David Bowie.”
Apple Inc.’s $1.05 billion victory against Samsung Electronics Co. in a patent infringement case was cut almost in half by a judge who ordered a new trial for some Samsung products.
“Top of the Lake” is every bit as harsh, eccentric and spellbinding as G.J., the witch-haired mystic-feminist that Holly Hunter plays in it.
Former Illinois Representative Jesse Jackson Jr. was charged by U.S. prosecutors with misusing $750,000 in campaign funds for purchases including a Michael Jackson hat and an Eddie Van Halen guitar.
These days, Grace Slick is painting white rabbits instead of singing about them.
Musicians paid tribute to Amy Winehouse, the singer and songwriter who has died aged 27.
Amy Winehouse, the singer and songwriter who shot to fame with “Rehab,” won five Grammy Awards and sold more than 5 million albums, has died aged 27.
Sony Corp. Chief Executive Officer Howard Stringer has announced acquisitions worth $8.4 billion this year to bolster phones and content. That may not be enough to turn around a company heading for a fourth consecutive loss.
"People, Hell and Angels."
- Jimi Hendrix on Mar 03, 2013