This Sunday on CBS, the very best in the music business will compete for the Grammys. And a local artist is grabbing the ears of Hollywood!
She’s been called the world’s greatest living soprano. Renee Fleming will grace the stage with the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra (BSO) this weekend for one night to help celebrate a special anniversary as the season kicks off.
As Whitney Houston is remembered all over the world, one of her high school classmates — who lives right here in Baltimore– opens up to WJZ.
Sunday’s 54th Annual Grammy Awards will feature a special performance by Lifetime Achievement Award winner Glen Campbell. But what you’ll only see now is how Campbell and his wife are handling a very difficult disease with openness and humor.
Preakness 2011 is only 10 weeks away. Excitement is building, especially after the Maryland Jockey Club announced this year’s musical acts coming to the infield.
It’s the video that’s all over the Internet. A reporter at a television station in Los Angeles suddenly begins speaking gibberish on air.
Lady Antebellum’s yearning crossover ballad “Need You Now” captured record and song of the year honors at the Grammy Awards on Sunday night, two of the country trio’s leading five trophies on a night that was short on awards but heavy on spectacle performances.
He’s spent his life making music, hoping someday one of his songs would make it big. And now it has.