Rocker Ted Nugent said he plans to tone down commentary during his shows that some observers may see as violent.
Nobody likes going under the knife, even when they know they'll be anesthetized.
Support for the current president of the United States forced two Chicago music store owners to close their business because of threats and negative publicity they were receiving.
A close friend of an almost-94-year-old World War II Navy veteran posted a video to Twitter of him dancing to Christmas music, and it soon went viral.
Jurors in a Nashville, Tenn., courthouse got the surprise of their life when pop star Taylor Swift showed up for jury selection.
Dick Van Dyke, an icon of movies and television for the past 60 years, surprised diners at a California Denny’s recently when he and his singing quartet broke out in song during breakfast.
Guns N’ Roses reunited onstage for the first time since 1993 on Friday, announcing the show just hours before and selling out within minutes.
The Virginia State University Gospel Chorale brought gave an impromptu New Year's Eve performance of gospel classic "Oh Happy Day" to appreciative passengers on a Amsterdam to Washington, DC flight.
An 11-year-old guitar prodigy from Nebraska stopped by Fox and Friends this morning to do some live shredding in the studio. The world found about Aidan Fisher's amazing talents after he was invited up on stage at a Steel Panther concert in Kansas City.
Superstar Beyonce showed off her poise and grace when she was confronted with a hairy situation during a concert in Brazil. Bey was practically yanked off the stage in the middle of a song by an adoring fan ("adoring" may be an understatement).
When some members of the controversial Westboro Baptist Church confronted country music superstar Vince Gill before a show in Kansas City recently, the artist took the opportunity to give them a piece of his mind. The encounter was caught on camera.
On this morning's Fox and Friends, iconic country band Alabama performed their hit "Love in the First Degree."