The creative team behind ‘Back to the Future: The Musical’ inherited the heavy task of recreating the movie's time-traveling DeLorean for the stage.
Someone gets nominated twice in the same Oscar category nearly every year, surprisingly.
Were the '70s really the height of disco, punk, and the sexual revolution? Host Justin Dodd investigates in this episode of “Misconceptions."
On October 25, 1993, late-night viewers caught a glimpse of the future of talk television when ‘The Jon Stewart Show’ premiered on MTV.
In the 1990s, Super Bowl halftime shows were lame. Fox decided what people needed was Jim Carrey setting himself on fire.
Not even John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, or Ringo Starr could imagine the fandom that awaited them when they headed to the U.S. for the first time.
Tracy Chapman’s 1988 classic “Fast Car” might never have risen to the near top of the charts if it wasn't for a technical mishap.
There are some psychological reasons why being put on hold is such a frustrating experience.
Who hasn't won a Grammy? Jennifer Lopez, Nicki Minaj, and dozens of other beloved artists.
In the ’80s, pop music decided to take on the world’s problems. There was Band Aid, Live Aid, Farm Aid, and of course, USA for Africa's “We Are the World.”
The winding tale of “Nothing Compares 2 U” begins in 1984, when Prince wrote the song, and continues through to 2021, when Sinead O’Connor declared it “my song.”
Mark Mothersbaugh—frontman for Devo, the band behind the 1980 mega-hit “Whip It”—could have also played a role in one of the biggest movies of the '80s.
From the Humpty Dance to the Macarena, these moves were mainstays of ’90s dance floors.
You may know Austin, Texas, as the Live Musical Capital of the World that’s devoted to keepin’ itself weird—but you might not be familiar with the city’s many slang terms.
From pronouncing the name of one of the Beastie Boys to how to say “Sade” correctly, here are a few tips for your tongue.
On New Year’s Eve, after the ball has dropped, revelers queue up "Auld Lang Syne"—that song that makes you cry, even though you don’t understand it and know almost none of the words.
Some of our favorite figures from history, literature, music, pop culture, and more were born in the first month of the year. Do you share a birthday with one of these famous folks?
Each December, "Baby, It’s Cold Outside"—a ’40s-era American standard that some modern listeners hear as a depiction of sexual misconduct—invites a barrage of controversies, radio bans, and think pieces.
These obscure Christmas songs from the early 20th century might become your new favorite carols.