Rod Stewart, the subject of music industry derision for decades, was greeted with predictable guffaws when he released “Merry Christmas, Baby.”
Rod Stewart has lost track of the women he’s slept with, but he can recall every car he’s ever owned.
Marvin Hamlisch, the classically trained pianist who composed the music for shows including “A Chorus Line” and movies including “The Way We Were,” winning show business’s most sought-after awards by the armloads, has died. He was 68.
Check out the paintings by Rolling Stones guitarist Ronnie Wood. There are portraits of his band mates, as well as others such as Muhammad Ali and Al Pacino.
Watch a young man outwit his father to seduce an 18-year-old country heiress at the National Theatre on Friday night.
A Lamborghini formerly owned by Paul McCartney may fetch as much as $200,000 as Beatles fans and car collectors are lured by an automobile auction in the U.K.
Kazakhstan’s BTA Bank may ask shareholders and creditors to consider its second debt restructuring before year-end, according to two people familiar with the matter.
Lorraine McGill scanned the South Atlantic Ocean from her window, the morning sun shining in her brown eyes.
A Ferrari 365 GTC is for sale priced at 375,000 pounds ($600,000) after its owner discovered that the car once belonged to the musician George Harrison.
American Airlines parent AMR Corp., seeking to cut labor costs and shed aircraft leases in bankruptcy court, is also weighing the sale of a luxury London townhouse used by executives.
"Rod: The Autobiography."
- Rod Stewart on Nov 27, 2012