Lionel Ritchie's 16-year-old daughter Sofia has reportedly inked a modeling contract with Select Model Agency. She joins good company at the agency, which represents Irina Shayk and Jessica Hart. Speaking with Elle, Sofia says that her dad is more protective of her budding career following the ups and downs of her older sister Nicole.
Lady Gaga and Tony Bennett's collaborative relationship continues as the duo have released a version of "Winter Wonderland." They have officially released the studio version of the track after performing it recently at Rockefeller Center.
Steven Tyler hooked up with Nuno Bettencourt to perform at the Nobel Peace Prize conert in Oslo on Thursday, December 11. The pair played "Dream On," "More Than Words" and "Living on the Edge." "We are thrilled to have these great artists at this year's Nobel Peace Prize Concert," said Geir Lundestad, Director of the Norwegian Nobel Institute.
Coldplay's "A Sky Full of Stars" was the second most popular indie/rock track with Spotify users in 2014, according to the streaming music service. The band also took the top spot with its cut, "Magic." Both songs are featured on the U.K. band's latest album, Ghost Stories. The third spot went to Imagine Dragons ("Radioactive").
Beach Boys founder Brian Wilson took to Twitter to reveal the title and artwork for his next solo album, No Pier Pressure. As would be expected by the album title, the artwork features a photo of water beneath a pier.
The Eagles, Bon Jovi, Bruce Springsteen and Paul McCartney are four of the highest paid rock acts in the world, according to Forbes and its annual Highest Paid Musicians List. The Eagles place third on the list with $100 million, topped only by Dr. Dre ($620M) and Beyonce ($115).