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  • Reporter's Notebook: How five girls won 'American Idol'

    Reporter's Notebook: How five girls won 'American Idol'
    For those following “American Idol,” most of the focus has shifted toward incendiary headlines on sagging ratings, bitter rivalries and the likely mass exodus of the judges panel. It’s a shame, really, considering the aging competition...
  • Fall Out Boy and Paramore: Coming back on top

    Fall Out Boy and Paramore: Coming back on top
    Patrick Stump can't recall which friend of his said it, or where exactly it happened. But when the frontman of Fall Out Boy was told nearly a decade ago — "probably in somebody's basement somewhere" — that his then-scrappy rock band sounded...
  • Album review: Carrie Underwood's 'Blown Away'

     
    Seven years after she won the fourth season of "American Idol," Carrie Underwood has been a top-tier country star for long enough that she can advise a friend to "turn off the static on the TV" (as she does in......
  • Celebrating 10 years of 'American Idol'

     
    Celebrating 10 years of "American Idol." To mark the show’s landmark, here’s 10 songs from 10 of our favorite contestants to ever grace the “Idol” stage....
  • Phillip Phillips steps onto 'American Idol' treadmill

     
    With Phillip Phillips winning 'American Idol,' he becomes the fifth "white guy with guitar" in a row to win. Whether his success is fleeting or sustained is to be determined. Times pop music critic Randall Roberts addresses the "Idol" machine, and its...
  • 'Duets': I missed it because of singing-show fatigue

     
    "Duets," ABC's first foray into singing competitions premiered on Thursday. We missed it, in a case of singing competition fatigue....
  • 'Duets' ratings may be meh, but judge Robin Thicke is a TV star

     
    The crowd was kind of thin for Thursday's launch of ABC's "Duets." But interest was Thicke for one judge: pompadoured singer Robin Thicke. The latest TV singing contest drew a paltry 6.7 million total viewers, not even enough to beat a block of comedy...
  • Grammys 2013: Fun. wins song of the year for 'We Are Young'

    Grammys 2013: Fun. wins song of the year for 'We Are Young'
    New York City group Fun. has won the song of the year trophy for “We Are Young,” its ubiquitous celebration of youth and desire at the 55th Grammy Awards in downtown Los Angeles. The ditty, which became a singalong anthem after it was released...
  • Grammys 2013: Whitney Houston documentary to air Saturday

    Grammys 2013: Whitney Houston documentary to air Saturday
    Whitney Houston’s death last year couldn't have been a more perfect storm. Just 24 hours before the Grammy Awards were set to go live, news that the pop icon had passed stunned the world. And the Recording Academy and show producers were faced with...
  • 2013 Obama inauguration avoiding classical music gaffe of 2009

    2013 Obama inauguration avoiding classical music gaffe of 2009
    One mark of a competent chief executive – especially one responsible for leading a nation – is an ability to learn from past mistakes. On that count, President Obama’s omission of classical music from his second inauguration ceremony...
  • Moog commissions Flying Lotus track; trippiness ensues

    Moog commissions Flying Lotus track; trippiness ensues
    If purchased directly from the manufacturer, the new Moog Sub Phatty will set you back $1,099. But synth nuts curious about the keyboard maker's new model can get a sense of its sound for free, thanks to a composition Moog commissioned from L.A. beat whiz...