LONDON - U.S. singer Meghan Trainor topped the British singles chart for a third consecutive week on Sunday with her catchy pop tune "All about that Bass", the Official Charts Company said.
- U2 frontman Bono has revealed the mystery behind his trademark sunglasses. The Irish rocker has glaucoma.
LOS ANGELES - Country singer Jason Aldean landed his second No. 1 record on the U.S. Billboard 200 album chart on Wednesday, leading a slew of new debuts.
LONDON - U2 lead singer Bono apologized on Wednesday to iTunes users who objected to receiving an automatic download of the Irish rock group's latest album in September in conjunction with the launch of new Apple iPhones.
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NEW YORK - Australian rapper Iggy Azalea scored the most American Music Award nominations with six nods, including the coveted artist of the year and favorite single and hip hop album, according to an announcement on Monday.
LONDON - American singer Meghan Trainor held onto the top spot in the British singles chart for a second week on Sunday with her upbeat pop track "All about that Bass", the Official Charts Company said.
LOS ANGELES - Country-turned-pop singer Taylor Swift has been named Billboard's Woman of the Year becoming the first artist to win the honor more than once, the music industry trade magazine said on Friday.
LONDON - Truth be told, it will take a pretty strong fan of Jimmy Page and his erstwhile band Led Zeppelin to buy the celebrated rock guitarist's new book.
LOS ANGELES - Country music artists Blake Shelton and Lady Antebellum raced to the top of the weekly U.S. Billboard 200 chart on Wednesday, while R&B veteran Prince scored two new debuts in the top 10.
NEW DELHI - Prime Minister Narendra Modi has anointed India's state-backed broadcaster as his media brand of choice, helping shield his government from tough questions and prompting private news outlets to complain that they are being kept out of the loop.
"It's beautiful," Michelle Obama says of Republican presidential hopeful Mitt Romney's singing.