Bruce Springsteen, Tom Petty to Broadcast Isle of Wight Performances on TVWith two classic rock legends set to headline this year's Isle of Wight festival in the U.K., VH1 plans to broadcast the best of the headlining performances of both <a href="/tag/bruce-springsteen">Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band</a> and <a href="/tag/tom-petty">Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers</a>, among other bands, with a simulcast this Sunday night.
"Authority Always Wins": John Mellencamp Covered On "True Blood"Sunday night, HBO's vampire series <em>True Blood</em> continued its long tradition of using song titles and lyrics in the titles of episodes. "Authority Always Wins" was named after a line in John Mellencamp's classic "Authority Song." (Bill and Eric, two of the show's main characters, were interrogated by the "Vampire Authority" in the episode, which introduced actor Christopher Meloni's character, Roman Zimojic.)
Oprah, Kim Kardashian and Madonna's Nipple Karen's HollywoodOprah will sit with the Kardashians on "Oprah's Next Chapter" Sunday night at 9:00 on the Own Network.
‘True Blood’ Music Supervisor Talks Season Five: New Iggy Pop Duet, Mellencamp Cover & MoreThe season premiere of <em>True Blood</em> featured a couple of classic songs and one new take on a timeless hit. “Turn! Turn! Turn!” played as the credits rolled, but it wasn’t the iconic version by The Byrds. Instead, it was a new version recorded by Kentucky rock band My Morning Jacket.
Billboard Awards: Donna Summer, Whitney Houston, Robin Gibb Tributes, Stevie Wonder HonoredLast night's Billboard Awards reacted quickly to the passing of Bee Gees member Robin Gibb, with the show's co-host, <em>Modern Family</em> co-star Julie Bowen saying that "His voice, and the music of The Bee Gees will live on forever."
From Live Aid To Obama: Mick Jagger's Collaborations Through The YearsIn honor of Mick Jagger's hosting gig on <em>Saturday Night Live</em> this weekend, let’s look at Jagger’s many collaborations through the years.
The Beatles' "Tomorrow Never Knows" Costs "Mad Men" A Pretty PennyOriginal recordings of The Beatles' songs are a real rarity on TV and commercials. Mad Men's use of "Tomorrow Never Knows" marks the only time an original Beatles recording has been used on television.
The Great David Letterman Hits A Milestone!
The Rolling Stones & Mad Men: Don Draper's Quest For 'Time Is On My Side' [VIDEO]
Stevie Nicks Swoons Over 'Idol' Contestants As Guest Mentor
Haley Reinhart Returning to 'Idol' Next Week
American Idol: This Week's Performances [VIDEOS]