Bono has formed a partnership with American Express, the Gap, Converse, and Giorgio Armani to launch Product Red, a new initiative to fight HIV and AIDS in Africa by donating portions of the proceeds from Red-branded products to anti-AIDS programs.
A judge Thursday allowed prosecutors in Phil Spector's murder case to see part of a sworn deposition he gave in a separate civil suit against a former defense attorney in a financial dispute.
Singer-songwriter Leonard Cohen and his gal-pal asked a court Tuesday to bar overzealous fan Nicholas Balfour from having any contact with them after he turned up at their Los Angeles home.
Troubled Babyshambles rocker Pete Doherty, the ex-beau of supermodel Kate Moss, pled guilty Friday to heroin possession, after he was arrested the day before. He'll remain in jail until his next hearing on Feb. 8.
Mötley Crüe received the 2,301st star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame Wednesday, as 600 screaming fans looked on.
The city of Salzburg, Austria, celebrated Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's 250th birthday on Friday with symphony and opera performances and other Mozart marathon events.
Bruce Springsteen and Coldplay are scheduled to perform at the 48th Annual Grammy Awards on Feb. 8. Maroon 5, John Legend, and Joss Stone are among the artists slated to perform a musical tribute to Sly and the Family Stone at the Grammys.
British officials have ordered Paul McCartney to tear down a log cabin on his estate in southern England, claiming the structure "harms the intrinsic landscape quality and character" of the area.
Kanye West posed as Jesus Christ for the cover of the latest issue of Rolling Stone and claimed in the accompanying article that his song, "Gold Digger," should have been nominated for the Best Rap Song Grammy. "That's a gimme Grammy," West said.
Per the Washington Post, Grammy organizers are looking to reunite Sly and the Family Stone for a tribute to the famed '70s band. Sly Stone last performed live 19 years ago and the Post reports rehearsals are set to begin next week.
Fayard Nicholas, one-half of the famed Nicolas Brothers dancers, joined his brother Harold in death after suffering complications from a stroke. He was 91.