LI musician Liberty DeVitto talks about his years working with Billy Joel in his new memoir "Liberty."
Bob Marley's family reworks 'One Love' to aid kids
Bob Marley's family will release a new version of his hit "One Love" on July 17 to aid children stricken with coronavirus.
Country trio Lady A sues Anita White over name
Lady A, formerly Lady Antebellum, is suing Seattle singer Anita White, who also performs as Lady A.
Mariah Carey memoir due in September
Mariah Carey's long-awaited memoir, in which she'll discuss her marriage to Tommy Mottola and "Glitter," among other things, is due Sept. 29.
Rolling Stones to release unheard tracks
The Rolling Stones on Sept. 4 will reissue the album "Goats Head Soup" featuring three unheard tracks, including one with Jimmy Page.
Rock & Roll Hall of Fame to offer virtual induction ceremony
The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame is replacing its live induction ceremony with a virtual special to air on HBO on Nov. 7.
Adventureland to host Blake Shelton concert film
Blake Shelton's drive-in concert film featuring Gwen Stefani and Trace Adkins, will be screened July 25 at Adventureland in East Farmingdale.
Brooks, Yearwood postpone Facebook concert
A Facebook concert starring Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood set for Tuesday night has been postponed.
Lizzo says landlord asked her to leave rental
Singer Lizzo posted a video in response to the landlord whom she says asked her and friends to vacate their summer rental.
Country rocker-fiddler Charlie Daniels dies at 83
Charlie Daniels, the country musician who had a huge hit with "The Devil Went Down to Georgia," has died at age 83.
Report: Prince Royce gets wake-up call with COVID-19
Singer Royce, 31, revealed that he is recovering from the virus in an interview with The Associated Press.