Darlene Love’s new album will feature compositions from a number of classic songwriters, including Bruce Springsteen and Elvis Costello.
She sings the song on “Late Show with David Letterman” every December.
The Hall of Fame singer tells Radio.com about her first album in three decades, and also how she’ll say goodbye to her longtime gig singing every Christmas on ‘The Late Show with David Letterman.’
Steven Tyler, P!nk, Lady Gaga, Sara Bareilles, Zac Brown, Miranda Lambert, Miguel and Alicia Keys were among the many artists who paid tribute last night to one of the greatest songwriters of popular music.
U2 have two Golden Globes, but have yet to win an Academy Award.
In ’20 Feet From Stardom,’ back-up vocalists take center stage, and a number of iconic stars— including Bruce Springsteen, Bette Midler, Stevie Wonder, Sting and Mick Jagger, along backing singer turned front woman Sheryl Crow—play a supporting role to sing their praises.
Last night (October 17) at Cipriani’s on Wall Street in New York City, a handful of legendary artists– Little Steven Van Zandt, Brian Wilson of the Beach Boys, Elvis Costello and Bill Medley of the […]
This weekend, Rock And Roll Hall Of Famer Darlene Love hosts her annual Christmas Concert, upgrading from New Jersey’s Bergen Performing Arts Center to the larger New Jersey Performing Arts Center this year. Her special […]
In 1992, Love began adding to her Christmas repertoire with another classic, “All Alone At Christmas,” which she recorded for the soundtrack of “Home Alone 2.” The song – written for her by E Street Band guitarist Steven Van Zandt – came about because the film’s director Chris Columbus wanted her to do a new version of “Christmas (Baby Please Come Home).” As Ms. Love told CBS Local, she wasn’t interested in doing another new version of that song.
This week, E Street Band guitarist Little Steven Van Zandt will be honored by Little Kids Rock with their annual “Big Man Of The Year” award. The nonprofit organization, which works to restore and revitalize music education in disadvantaged public schools, has honored Clarence Clemons, Bernie Williams and Lady Gaga in the past.