Police at Los Angeles International Airport is asking for your help in identifying the owners of a wedding photo album that was left at the airport last year.
Entertainment legend Pat Boone stopped by KCAL9 Tuesday to talk about his new album “Legacy”.
Barbra Streisand is making history with her new album. Billboard says Streisand’s latest release, “Partners,” debuted on top of the charts, making her the only recording artist to issue No. 1 albums in six consecutive decades.
Angelenos may know it as the former home of the Lakers and Kings, but starting in 2014, it’s unofficially the “Hotel California”.
The new Nine Inch Nails song, “Came Back Haunted,” leaked online Wednesday, ending the band’s five-year hiatus.
Singer/songwriter Dawn Richard visited the KCAL9 studios Friday to discuss her solo career after breaking away from the popular R&B group, Dirty Money.
Former CBS Survivor: Panama winner, Aras Baskauskas, stopped by KCAL9 Monday to tell viewers about his new music and writing project.
You’ve seen her week after week as a coach on The Voice. You heard her guest last year on Maroon 5″s hit single “Moves Like Jagger.” But where has Christina Aguilera’s new album been?
Lady Gaga sold more than 1.1 million copies of her new album “Born This Way” and set a digital sales record last week — with an assist from Amazon.com.
Colombian pop singer Shakira said Saturday she would one day like to sing pop songs, if not an entire album, in Arabic.
A federal judge has ruled that the new incarnation of Death Row Records does not have the rights to sell Dr. Dre’s iconic rap album “The Chronic” digitally.
“Songs for Japan” will feature Lady Gaga’s No. 1 hit “Born This Way,” John Lennon’s classic “Imagine” and dozens more songs from acts ranging from Adele to Eminem.
The Grammys love Eminem. Over his decade plus career, they’ve showered him with 13 Grammy Awards — and gave him two during this year’s ceremonies.
It’s only 2011 but Lady Gaga wants her next album “Born This Way” to be the best of the decade.
Amy Winehouse is making music again.