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Motown Pays Their Respect at Teena Marie Memorial
The world lost Teena Marie on Dec. 26 at the age of 54, and Motown paid tribute to her one last time. During a two-hour private ceremony yesterday, Stevie Wonder, Smokey Robinson, Berry Gordy Jr., Shanice Wilson and Queen Latifah all paid respect to the late singer at Los Angeles' Forest Lawn M…
Jennifer Hudson, John Legend to Perform at the White House
Jennifer Hudson, John Legend, Smokey Robinson and Natalie Cole are among the A-list musicians slated to perform at the White House's first musical production of 2010. The February concert, officially titled "In Performance at the White House: A Celebration of Music From the Civil Rights Movemen…
Michael Jackson Grammy Tribute to Feature Usher and 3-D Footage
Grammy producers have put together a special Michael Jackson tribute for the upcoming award show. Jackson will be given a special, posthumous Lifetime Achievement Award one day prior to the Grammy Awards, but the King of Pop will also be honored during the televised ceremony with a live tribute by U…
Queen Latifah Talks Jazz, Tabloid Rumors and Big Bird
The multi-talented Queen Latifah is switching gears again. It's been three years since she has released an album, and in those years, she's acted in almost a dozen movies, including the box office smash, 'Hairspray.' Now, she's revisiting her first true love -- jazz -- with …