Kevin Lyman will be presented tonight with Billboard’s Humanitarian Award for his work promoting FEND (Full Energy, No Drugs), a youth-led community based opioid education and prevention campaign.
Hard Rock International has announced plans to open a new flagship cafe in London’s Piccadilly Circus (completion date and further details to be released “soon”).
The recent video shoot by Tekashi 6ix9ine, Nicki Minaj and Kanye West that was halted because of a gunman will cost Universal Music Group more than $480,000 for its unused set design, according to TMZ.
Park City, Utah’s SnowFest will feature Diplo Jan. 24, G-Eazy Jan. 25, Machine Gun Kelly Jan. 28 and Martin Garrix Feb. 1.
Southport Hall Live Music & Party Hall in Jefferson, La., and the band Maiden Immortal have condemned a racist flyer for a Saturday night show that had a swastika on it and the words “10 PM Whites only.”
Dick Clark Productions and YouTube Music have extended their multiyear partnership to broadcast the American Music Awards and Streamy Awards, this time including “Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve With Ryan Seacrest.”
Staples Center’s Lee Zeidman talks to Dave Brooks at Billboard about the “venue wars,” BTS fan behavior, etc.
Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga are teasing an unorthodox performance at the Oscars of “Shallow” from the movie “A Star Is Born.”
John Mayer says he quit drinking after making a fool of himself at Drake’s 30th birthday party.