For MTD Radio this is Eugenius with the Ski Apache Ski Report for Sunday December 08
Stevie Nicks fans know that the singer will soon be making an appearance on American Horror Story: Coven, but now word has emerged that the Fleetwood Mac frontwoman actually will be showing up on not one, but two episodes of the hit FX series.
A special star-studded concert paying tribute to Paul Simon is scheduled to take place on March 31 at New York City's famous Carnegie Hall. The show will feature 20 as-yet-unannounced artists performing 20 of the legendary singer/songwriter's classic compositions.
Some updated information has emerged about the theatrical film about The Kinks that's being directed by Julien Temple. You Really Got Me, which focuses on the notoriously turbulent relationship between the band's founding sibling members, Ray and Dave Davies, is expected to be released sometime in 2015.
Peter Gabriel had a strong connection to Nelson Mandela, the former South African president who died Thursday at the age of 95. The musician called Mandela a friend and worked with him extensively on human rights issues.
Former South African president Nelson Mandela died Thursday at the age of 95. Through the years, he'd worked with many top musicians at various charity events, and still others served as ambassadors for his charity. Others were simply inspired by his lifelong fight to end apartheid in South Africa. Here's a selection of reactions to his passing:
(LOS ANGELES) -- Earlier this year, Zoe Saldana pulled off something hard to do in Hollywood: get married in secret. Yet, the Out of the Furnace star says that after months of being married to Italian artist Marco Perego, she's still not talking about her marriage.
(NEW YORK) -- After her brother posted a photograph of his injured face, Paris Hilton had some unpleasant words for Lindsay Lohan on Instagram.
(NEW YORK) -- Kelly Clarkson doesn’t know the gender of her baby yet, but she has a name picked out that will work either way.
(NEW YORK) -- Stephen Moyer and his wife Anna Paquin are still beaming about the ratings success of Thursday night’s The Sound of Music Live.
(WASHINGTON) -- Legendary actress Shirley MacLaine, musicians Billy Joel, Carlos Santana and Herbie Hancock, and opera singer Martina Arroyo will be honored this weekend as the 2013 recipients of the Kennedy Center Honors.