NEW ORLEANS -- Country music fans descend on Baton Rouge, Louisiana, for the Memorial Day weekend to hear some of the hottest performers in the genre including Luke Bryan, Jason Aldean and Eric Church as part of the 2016 Bayou County Superfest.
The star-studded three-day festival — in its seventh year — annually draws thousands to Louisiana State University's Tiger Stadium. A free fan fest is planned before the stadium gates open for the ticketed concerts.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Justin Bieber and Skrillex have been sued for copyright infringement by singer-songwriter Casey Dienel for the multi-platinum song "Sorry."
Dienel, who performs as White Hinterland, filed suit against the two performers and their publishing companies, Universal Music and co-writers in federal court in Nashville, Tennessee, on Wednesday. The suit claims "Sorry" uses a vocal riff from her song "Ring the Bell."
UNIVERSAL CITY, Calif. -- With music by Elton John and Blake Shelton, comedy from Tracy Morgan and appearances by more than 60 other celebrities, the "Red Nose Day Special," to air live Thursday night on NBC, promises to be as starry as a Hollywood awards show — only the winners are children's charities around the world.
Julia Roberts, Kobe Bryant, Tyler Perry, Will Ferrell, Jack Black, Anna Kendrick, Seth Rogen, Celine Dion, Bono, Ellen DeGeneres and Chris "Ludacris" Bridges are among those expected to appear during the two-hour show, to air from Universal Studios near Los Angeles. The show starts at 9 p.m. Eastern.
The kind of po’boy you order at a restaurant says a lot about you as person.
Are you the type to get just seasoned meat and bread? That could either mean you’re a no-nonsense, straight shooter or you left your money at home and are afraid the toppings cost extra.
Comedian and musician Rodney Carrington is coming to Lake Charles this weekend for his “Here Comes the Truth” comedy tour.
Carrington will perform for adult audiences at 6 and 8:30 p.m. Saturday, May 28, in the L’Auberge Event Center.