Music

Once homeless and broke, the artist now counts Jay-Z and Sam Smith among his fans.
The "Rocket Man" singer told British GQ he wished he'd "been invited to the party more" when it came to Disney's photorealistic remake of the 1994 classic.
As a co-writer of the wildly controversial song, Williams said he's now "embarrassed" that he was a part of it.
The late musicians are joined by Dave Matthews Band, Pat Benatar, The Doobie Brothers and Thin Lizzy as first-time nominees this year.
The former One Direction star is caressed by both women and men in the video, leading many to interpret it as a statement about his sexuality.
The musician, who has dated “The Good Place” actor since 2015, is making it crystal clear that his girlfriend isn’t just a “muse.”
The surge in publicity for their song resulted in a noticeable tick higher for downloads and streams of the 2005 classic.
The singer says his new album, "My Name Is Michael Holbrook," was "written as medicine," but he hasn't lost his sense of campy queer fun either.
Baker was considered one of the most influential drummers of all time.
Singer and guitarist Paul Stanley told The Associated Press. “Since we’re going to be in Australia, it gives a whole new meaning to doing a concert down under.”
Songwriter Joey Contreras' latest pop anthem conveys the story of two queer men caught in an emotional tug-of-war through interpretative dance.
The Nashville musician, who is gay, shows off his line-dancing skills and nods to his artistic evolution on his sexy new track.
The president tweeted a cartoon which bears a striking resemblance to the '80s hit music video "Take On Me" by A-ha.
Tired of the political divide, the band's frontman sees how music can help bring people together.
The singer unleashes his superpower with new music and an F-you attitude.
The lyricist was known to the bandmates as “the band member that doesn’t come on stage with us.”
The Indonesia-born artist once fielded criticisms of cultural appropriation. But with his newest work, he's going back to his authentic story and truth as an immigrant.
The sibling singers discuss coming out, looking back to move forward, and their evolution both as queer artists and people.