Sheryl Crow Works Out Her Passion for Classic Soul Music (Along With Her Burping Skills)

Posted Dec 20th 2010 at 06:15 PM by Michael D. Ayers

Since her 1993 debut, 'Tuesday Night Music Club,' Sheryl Crow has become one of pop music's most recognizable voices. Which makes sense: Anyone talented enough to start her career as a backup singer for Michael Jackson and subsequently work with Stevie Wonder and Don Henley probably owns a good set of pipes. Earlier this year, Crow returned with '100 Miles From Memphis,' her seventh studio album...

La Roux Go 'In for the Kill' at the Chelsea Hotel -- Exclusive Video

Posted Oct 8th 2010 at 11:20 AM by Michael D. Ayers

After quite a successful run with 'Bulletproof,' breakout UK synth-pop act La Roux are now taking a victory lap around North America with their latest single, 'In for the Kill,' the lead track from their 2009 eponymous debut album. In this exclusive video, singer Elly Jackson gives PopEater a sneak peak at the video for their latest single and reveals that these days, she's all about style. "It...

Steve Lillywhite Says He Can Improve 'American Idol'

Posted Mar 1st 2010 at 05:30 PM by Michael D. Ayers

A few weeks ago, murmurs started surfacing from the camp of famed producer Steve Lillywhite about possible involvement with 'American Idol' next year -- specifically, that he wants to be the next Simon Cowell. And he thinks there's room for improvement. "People know my music, don't know my personality," Lillywhite tells PopEater. "People who know my personality don't see it as being a strange...

Michael Buble Duets With Sharon Jones on 'SNL'

Posted Feb 1st 2010 at 02:03 PM by Michael D. Ayers

Those tuning in for Michael Buble's debut performance on 'Saturday Night Live' this past weekend were treated not only to Buble's vocal talents, but the Canadian crooner brought along New York-based soul revivalist Sharon Jones to help him out on 'Baby (You've Got What It Takes).' The song appears on Buble's latest release, 'Crazy Love,' and although he's been doing a hefty amount of television...

Michael Buble Considers 'Saturday Night Live' a Career Highlight

Posted Jan 29th 2010 at 05:35 PM by Michael D. Ayers

In terms of pairings that make the ladies swoon, it doesn't get much better than 'Mad Men' star Jon Hamm and vocalist Michael Bublé. That's what 'Saturday Night Live' is offering up on this week's episode, but surprisingly, this isn't the first time Hamm and Bublé have been in the same room together. "It turned out I'd hung out with him at the Tony Bennett 80th Birthday...

'Glee' Cast Talks About Music's Role on the Show

Posted Nov 25th 2009 at 12:15 PM by Michael D. Ayers

One of the big reasons 'Glee' works so well, is that the producers and cast members aren't just throwing the tunes in at random spots. They're thinking about how they fit into the story's context, what song is going to work best and how to transform it so it doesn't come off sounding cheesy. Because let's be honest: while 'Glee' is all about guilty pleasure fun in both the story lines and the pop...

'Glee' Cast Dish On 'Glee' Album -- Exclusive Video

Posted Nov 19th 2009 at 04:10 PM by Michael D. Ayers

It's no secret that everyone loves the music in 'Glee' -- and 'Glee, The Music, Volume 1' has been quite a popular fall release. And how could it not be? It runs the gamut from the Supremes' 'You Keep Me Hangin' On' and Young MC's eternal club hit 'Bust a Move' to REO Speedwagon's 'Can't Fight This Feeling.' But what's made the soundtrack even more successful -- besides the way that the music...

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