Nile Rodgers

The singer and "American Idol" alum also opens up about being a queer artist in the music industry.
The Grammy Award-winning artist wrote she was "humbly grateful" for the honor.
The song, produced by Nile Rodgers, is the first new music since the pop star's death in December.
The celeb-filled event wasn't as wild as the Studio 54 parties Rodgers, 63, and his band Chic sang about on their 1978 disco song, "Le Freak," but the Grammy-winning music producer is proud that this year's gala to benefit the We Are Family Foundation brought Bono and Carter together for the first time.
I met Nile Rodgers winter of 1991. I was newly divorced and freshly hooked up with a hot-ass boyfriend with a ponytail and a bass guitar.
Thirty years ago, no one might have predicted that Nile Rodgers would be on the road with Duran Duran in 2016. Yet, this spring the producer and guitarist is playing to capacity crowds in support of the band's latest album.
With an iconic song like "We Are Family" to her credit, it would seem easy for Kathy Sledge to rest on her laurels. Fortunately for fans, that's not an option.
Singer Vivian Green wants her fans to know that everything is fine. No, she is not going through romantic troubles as she effectively sang about on hit singles like "Emotional Rollercoaster" and "Gotta Go Gotta Leave."
“Every now and then somebody sues somebody over something because it’s either very close to it or they feel the person has
“The Gala, which is one of our largest fundraisers, has provided crucial support toward those initiatives. It also allows