Louis Tomlinson holds it together to perform on the British X Factor just three days after the death of his mum.
An emotional fan popped the question at a Coldplay concert, but not before Chris Martin invited the wrong woman on stage.
A few months ago she was a lifeguard, now Theia is the most-played Kiwi artist on New Zealand radio
Why Shortland Street's serial killer is now exploring a parallel career
The Material Girl got emotional when accepting her Billboard Women in Music Award.
Nelson brother and sister duo Broods are looking forward to playing in front of a home crowd.
Pop stars team up to sing on the sensual soundtrack of upcoming film Fifty Shades Darker.
Sol3 Mio's Moses Mackay on a year of going it alone
Grant Smithies wouldn't be the man he is today without early exposure to The Monkees on TV
Ray Columbus was a musical pioneer and a mentor to some of our top talent.
Ray Columbus spent more than six decades in the entertainment business. His legacy as a singer, mentor and manager lives on in our top Kiwi talent.
A song cooked up by three Masterton musos on their laptop has become a hit on Spotify.
Mitch James spent rough nights on the street to make his dream a reality. Now the Kiwi's got a record deal.
Madonna shows off her agility with some impressive twerking, and reveals she made the first move on Michael Jackson.
Kimbra Vows to play some new songs in Sydney on Sunday
Fane Flaws and his band The Bend want to take the audience behind the music for their concert 'Undressing the Song'.
"We're uplifting the event at Villa Maria and plonking it over at Omaka."
Hone Tuwhare, one of our greatest poets, will again be honoured with a concert of his works.
A new Maori dance work features musicians playing live on stage.
Young Thug will join Laneway Festival's lineup.
Capital record store put out plea for secondhand vinyl in an effort to stay afloat.
From The Bachelor to Jenny-May to Hilary Barry to HDPA - these were the stories that rocked in 2016.
Goldenhorse are back for concert honouring legendary writer
Ukuleles are quite a "twisted" instrument says The Nukes Dave Thiele.
Expect the works when the boys from Oxford take to the Laneway stage in January.
The world's biggest music awards are basically the battle of Beyonce and Adele.
The Grammy Awards are sipping all of Beyonce's lemonade.
Hear Frankie Stevens croon Christmas songs on his first festive album.
Queenstown's own tiny folk queen with the powerhouse voice is finalising her second album.
Metal band Devilskin love their Palmerston North fans.