Carrie Underwood strutted on the 2017 Academy of Country Awards, looking all toned up and fit. The singer reveals her diet and fitness routine for everyone to know.
New album of country singer LeAnn Rimes, 'Remnants', are now out in music stores worldwide. The singer's revelation on how her music helped her fix her relationship with her mom and let her all emotions out.
In an interview with regards to his new album release, John Mayer revealed that he is obsessed with himself and his craft.
Mona Haydar is eight months pregnant, yet she released a video for Muslim women to wear their hijabs loud and proud.
A recent study shows that different types of music help evoke what type of memory people remember.
Mother and infant can build a strong connection with each other through singing songs.
The cliche of sex, drugs and rock n' roll lifestyle have just been proven by scientists from Montreal, Canada. Those who have a deep passion for music could be more likely to get a deeper pleasure from sex, recreational drugs or food.
Researchers found that Mandarin-speaking children have advanced musical pitch processing compares to their English-speaking counterparts.
People who are subjected to loud music in their surroundings are recommended by a recent study to habitually practice the use of ear plugs as it is effective in preventing temporary hearing loss.
A team of researchers from the University of Western Australia have revealed that by participating in arts for just two hours a week, one can improve their mental well-being and health.
Pop-rock genius and avant-garde British musician, David Bowie, breathed his last following a year and a half battle with cancer two days after the release of his farewell album Blackstar
For people with early signs of dementia, singing can be an effective tool in boosting memory and mood.
Out of all forms of media, teens generally spent the most time in front of a TV.
Singing is a more effective way of calming babies than talking, a new study reported.
Here are five science-backed reasons why you should listen to music more often.
Researchers from the University of Sheffield School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) are today making a series of recommendations for NHS mental health trusts to change the way they collect and use patient feedback to improve the quality of care for inpatients.