Watch Guns N’ Roses Cover Glen Campbell, James Brown & SoundgardenIt was a night of covers at GNR's Edmonton tour stop.
Bruce Springsteen Picks His 8 Songs to Take on a Desert IslandBruce Springsteen shared his eight choices and we couldn't be more on board with them.
The 6 Best GRAMMY 'In Memorandum' TributesNote to the GRAMMY Awards show producers: there are no medleys on this list.
American Funk Singer Charles Bradley Diagnosed with Stomach Cancer"I will fight through this like I've fought through the many other obstacles in my life."
This Week In History: The Beatles, Ray Stevens, James Brown, Keith Richards, + Lance BassThis week let's all settle back for a week of historic FIRSTs; one of the BIGGEST fads of the '70s; the Godfather of Soul forget's the word "stop"; Keith Richards reached for the wrong book; and *NSYNC's Lance Bass wants to REALLY get out there!
Watch Brad Pitt Help Bruno Mars Cover James Brown's 'Sex Machine'Brad Pitt can not only act, he can shake a mean tambourine.
Westeros Soul: James Brown's Classic Track Syncs Perfectly With Game Of Thrones ThemeThere is certainly no love lost on Game of Thrones, but when mashed up with James Brown's "It's a Man's Man's Man's World," the Seven Kingdoms sounds like they have some soul.
Watch the Trailer For the James Brown Biopic 'Get On Up'The first official trailer for the film–starring '42' star Chadwick Boseman, helmed by 'The Help' director Tate Taylor and co-produced by Mick Jagger - is now live.
Janis Joplin, Jimi Hendrix, James Brown To Be Features On Upcoming StampsSo will Steve Jobs, Wilt Chamberlin and Johnny Carson.
Mick Jagger Talks James Brown Biopic"It's a really hard role to do," Jagger told Rolling Stone magazine.
Interview: Charles Bradley Channels James Brown & Past Struggles During his Unmissable Live Shows"Sometimes I can really, actually look in their faces and see the hurt. I walk out on stage and see that person and hug that person," Bradley told Radio.com. "I try to hug all I can...I just want to hug everybody."
James Brown Biopic Finds Its Lead in '42' Star