It was a very good night for the country princess and the current prince of pop/rock — Taylor Swift and Justin Timberlake continued their winning ways at Sunday’s “American Music Awards.”
CBS2 Investigative Reporter David Goldstein talked to Southland music fans who paid big bucks for luxury seats at sold out concerts.
British boy band sensation One Direction performed one of four sold-out shows at the Staples Center Wednesday night, but a mother-daughter duo nearly wasn’t able to watch the guys on stage after falling for an online ticket scam.
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Two of L.A.’s largest indoor structures have already booked some of the more influential and hottest Grammy-winning solo artists and history-making touring bands circling the globe. With an upcoming calendar of musical events now locked and loaded, expect L.A. to welcome the new year with enough high drama, emotional edginess, soothing sensuality, sterling jazz, rhythmic funk, wholesome goodness and country sweetness to leave tongues wagging about this “Born this Way” metropolis for a mighty long time.
Why did the GRAMMYs snub One Direction this year? A quick look back shows they have never, ever, ever, ever (like never) liked boy bands.
“I think they have a lot of hype behind them. I don’t know if they’ve been around and proved themselves enough.”
While .fun, Taylor Swift, Carly Rae Jepsen & Gotye are celebrating their GRAMMY Nominations there is one group of artists left out of this year’s ceremony: boy bands.
Here is a list of winners for the 40th Anniversary American Music Awards.
The British boy band One Direction won three Moonmen at Thursday night’s MTV Video Music Awards at Staples Center, while Rihanna won the top honor, Video of the Year, for “We Found Love.”