It's always a little nerve-wracking when one of your favorite artists hypes up a big comeback after a decade away. But Missy Elliott, I'm sorry. I was silly to ever doubt you. The rapper returned on the top of her game on Thursday with a brand new music video for her new single "WTF (Where They ... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Missy Elliott Pharrell Williams This article, Missy Elliott Returns on Top with New Music Video "WTF (Where They From)", originally appeared on TVGuide.com.
On Sunday, Dec. 6 at 9/8c, CBS will air Sinatra 100: An All-Star GRAMMY Concert, a special two-hour music event celebrating Sinatra's legacy in Las Vegas, one of the crooner's most beloved stomping grounds. The live concert will be taped on Wed., Dec. 2 at the Wynn Las Vegas' Encore Theater and will feature performances from GRAMMY Award-winning all-stars like Tony Bennett, Garth Brooks, Alicia Keys, John Legend, Adam Levine, Carrie Underwood, and Usher.
Apple has released a beta version of Apple Music has on the Google Play store, its second app created for Android. Devices running Android 4.3 and above can download it for free from Google Play. Google levies a 30% transaction fee on all applications and in-app products that sold on Google Play, while Apple Music subscriptions can be bought in-app or through iTunes: $9.99 per month for individuals, or $14.99 for a family plan accommodating up to six.
In her memoir, the Sleater-Kinney guitarist covers her turbulent family life in the Pacific Northwest, the rise of Sleater-Kinney in the feminist punk-rock movement of the 1990s, and how her experiences in that subculture inspired some of the satire behind "Portlandia," the TV series she co-created. This journey into the mind of the artist goes to Frida Kahlo's Casa Azul in Mexico, the graves of Plath and Rimbaud and other spots that have inspired her. The Creedence Clearwater Revival frontman covers his Northern California roots, the success of Creedence and his revival as a solo artist in "Fortunate Son," named for the classic track by the 1960s band.