Music Timeline

His Own Prison: Scott Stapp May Not Be As Broke As He Says

Scott Stapp received $1.3 million in 2013

Just days after a video featuring Creed frontman Scott Stapp went viral, a new report makes it hard to believe Stapp is as penniless as he claims. According to the Hollywood Reporter, Stapp was paid $1.5 million in 2013 as an advance for his solo album Proof of Life. Furthermore, Creed was paid $3 million… Read more »

David Guetta Wants The World To Dance And Cry

David Guetta Dance And Cry

David Guetta is the master of the dance floor, but that doesn’t mean the French DJ isn’t interested in messing around with your tender emotions. Instead of cranking out a by-the-numbers EDM album, Guetta crafted something a bit more heartfelt. However, don’t get David wrong — he still put together a batch of songs that… Read more »

Jodeci Reunites On Soul Train Awards Stage — And Lip Syncs?


Jodeci. For several weeks, fans and critics of the popular 90s R&B group have been eagerly anticipating their performance at the 2014 Soul Train Music Awards which aired on Sunday night. When the average R&B fan thinks of groups from the 90s that they would have loved to see reunite on stage for at least… Read more »

Kate Middleton Attacked By Morrissey During London Concert


Legendary English singer Morrissey has attacked Kate Middleton and Prince William during a concert in London. The incident took place on November 29 at the O2. During the performance of The Smiths song “Meat Is Murder,” an image of Prince William and Kate Middleton was captioned, “United King-Dumb.” According to NME, this was also joined… Read more »

Lionel Richie Confirmed For Coveted Spot At Glastonbury Festival 2015

Lionel Richie to play Sunday at Glastonbury Festival

European fans of Lionel Richie will have plenty of opportunity to see the singer on their home soil next year. Richie plans an extensive European tour, and has just been announced as the Sunday “tea time” act at Glastonbury Festival. According to his official website, Richie will play shows throughout Europe and the United Kingdom… Read more »

John Denver Dissed By Home Community As Aspen Says ‘No’ To Museum

John Denver Gets Star On Walk Of Fame

John Denver died in 1997 and since that time has settled quietly into a dark corner of pop culture. Many of the younger generation don’t recall his hits — “Rocky Mountain High,” “Thank God I’m A Country Boy,” “Annie’s Song” — and only know “Leaving on a Jet Plane” from the Michael Bay film Armageddon…. Read more »