Today In Music History: 03/20/17John marries Yoko, Smokey and the Miracles get their star, Eric loses his son and writes the most beautiful song, and Elvis stars in "Blue Hawaii."
Today In Music History: 06/23/2016We have a couple of songs about ladies Today in Music History. The first one is Maria and the other is Sharona. Depending on when you grew up you heard these songs plenty on the radio. The latter owns her own real estate business in West Hollywood.
Today In Music History: 02/19/2016Elvis records "Kentucky Rain," Sammy Davis kisses Archie Bunker on live TV, Fleetwood Mac release 'Rumours' and Bon Scott loses his battle with vomit.
Mary Wilson, Dennis Edwards and More to Honor Smokey Robinson at Tribute ConcertThe 20th annual Music Masters tribute concert will take place Nov. 7
Smokey Robinson to be Honored By Rock and Roll Hall of FameThe Music Masters Series is the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame's other big annual honor.
Listen to Smokey Robinson & Elton John's Update of 'Tracks of My Tears'Elton John thinks "Tracks of My Tears" is the greatest pop song ever written. Lucky for him, he's on a new duet of the song with the man behind the hit, Smokey Robinson.
Smokey Robinson Recruits Mary J. Blige for 'Being Without You': ListenSmokey & Friends also features contributions from Elton John, Steven Tyler, James Taylor, Sheryl Crow, Cee Lo Green, Miguel, Aloe Blacc and Jessie J.
Listen to 'Quiet Storm,' Smokey Robinson's Duet with John LegendSmokey Robinson is preparing to release Smokey and Friends, an album of duet updates on some of the man's greatest songs.
[PHOTOS] Celebrating Smokey Robinson's 74th Birthday!Take a look at photos of the eternally youthful Smokey Robinson throughout his amazing career.
Smokey Robinson Planning Duets AlbumSmokey Robinson has just announced plans for an upcoming hit-filled duets album.
Obama Drops Inaugural Mixtape With Stevie Wonder, James Taylor & More
Classic Rockers React To Obama's Re-ElectionSocial media was set ablaze last night with reactions to President Obama's re-election, and no surprise - musicians got in on the celebrating or hating.