Scott Shetler is a Chicago-based freelance writer whose words can be found on PopCrush, Diffuser and other music, pop culture and travel websites. He has interviewed a wide range of artists, from Anthony Kiedis to Weird Al Yankovic and from Amanda Palmer to Taylor Hanson. He freely acknowledges an inexplicable obsession with the music of cheesy ‘80s pop duo Air Supply.
Kelly Clarkson Wins 2013 Grammy Award for Best Pop Vocal Album
An ecstatic Kelly Clarkson won the 2013 Grammy for Best Pop Vocal Album for 'Stronger' and could not contain her enthusiasm after hearing her name called.
Ed Sheeran and Elton John Perform ‘The A Team’ at the 2013 Grammys
Two generations of British singer-songwriters joined forces at the 2013 Grammy Awardswhen Elton John teamed up with Song of the Year nominee Ed Sheeran for an excellent rendition of 'The A Team.'
John Mayer Dishes on Relationship With Katy Perry, Loves Frank Ocean’s Sound
John Mayer opened up about his relationship with Katy Perry — sort of — in a lengthy conversation with Rolling Stone.
Rihanna + Iggy Azalea Have a Collaboration in the Works
Rihanna never stops making music. Even though her 'Unapologetic' album just dropped in November, RiRi is continuing to work on new songs, one of which reportedly features Australian rapper Iggy Azalea.
Kelly Clarkson Duets With Jewel on ‘Foolish Games’
Jewel's haunting piano ballad 'Foolish Games' has been given a makeover for her greatest hits album, thanks to Kelly Clarkson, who duets with the singer-songwriter on a new recording of the track.
Prince’s Idiosyncrasies Include Team of Black Female Lawyers, Disdain for Old People + Hat…
We didn't need Prince's new Billboard magazine cover story to tell us the guy was eccentric. That has been obvious for years. But the interview does provide some fascinating pieces of information about his idiosyncrasies, including the fact that he has an aggressive team of black female lawyers, he …
Alicia Keys, Katy Perry + More to Perform at Obama’s Inaugural Ball
Katy Perry was a big supporter of President Obama during the 2012 presidential campaign, and Alicia Keys sang 'No One' at his 2009 inauguration. Both stars are among a diverse group of musicians lined up for the Inaugural Balls on Monday as Obama is officially sworn in for a second term.
Alicia Keys Announces Set the World on Fire Tour With Miguel
People's Choice Awards performer Alicia Keys is taking her live show to arenas across the U.S. and Canada starting in March. Her Set the World on Fire Tour includes 24 dates spaced out over six weeks, with a stellar opening act in R&B star Miguel.
Pink Slapped With $36K Lawsuit by Former Producers
It's not a ton of money, but PINK might have to cut a check...
Watch Taylor Swift Perform Acoustic Set of ‘Red’ Tracks for Fans
Even though she's been moving in more of a catchy pop direction, the songs on Taylor Swift's 'Red' album still possess heart and lyrical depth, as she proved during an acoustic performances of three of its tracks in Nashville.
Justin Bieber Coming To Denver in Second Leg of Believe Tour
Bieber may have been snubbed for the Grammys, but he's still selling out shows and lighting up the charts with his latest single, 'Beauty and a Beat.'
The Wanted Claim They Would ‘Get Arrested’ if One Direction Feud Continues
The once-friendly rivalry between the Wanted and One Direction has gotten heated in recent weeks, with personal insults on Twitter and threats of violence. The groups will be in the same building on Friday, performing as part of the Z100 Jingle Ball concert in New York City, but the Wanted's Ma…