"If you told me a year ago that I'd be looking out at a sea of thousands of people right now ... I would have never, in a trillion, billion, kajillion years, believed you."
Normal native Leah Marlene is set to make a return to her hometown Tuesday as part of filming for the “American Idol” finale.
The Chicago Gospel Music Festival, the Chicago Blues Festival and the Millennium Park Summer Music Series begin in June.
The Eurovision Song Contest began in 1956 and since then it has become hugely popular all over the world.
"You look like an angel," judge Katy Perry told the Normal native, "and you sound like an angel."
"He’s very talented and played all the instruments,” said Catamount Studios recording engineer and producer Travis Huisman, including guitars, bass, keyboards, drums and piano and sang the vocals.
Normal native Leah Marlene did it again Sunday night, advancing to the "American Idol" top seven.
Normal native Leah Marlene has reached the "American Idol" top 10 after performing "Make You Feel My Love" on Monday night.
Demi Lovato is "so proud" of their upcoming eighth studio album. The Sober singer, who uses they/them pronouns, took to their Instagram Storie…
Normal native Leah Marlene is competing tonight for a spot in the top 9 of "American Idol," having made it to the top 11 on Sunday.
"It’s amazing," she told host Ryan Seacrest. "I don’t even know what to think right now."
Carly Rae Jepsen performed her new single 'Western Wind' live for the first time.
Billie Eilish and Damon Albarn performed Gorillaz's 'Feel Good Inc.'
Liam Gallagher has suggested he could make a love album with leftovers from 'C'Mon You Know'.
Joe Alwyn insists he doesn't want to be "private" about his relationship with Taylor Swift, but in a world that's so "increasingly intrusive", he enjoys keeping things between them.
Grey Daze have announced a new album to continue to pay tribute to their tragic bandmate Chester Bennington
Pop star Camila Cabello knows success doesn't guarantee happiness.
Brian May pays tribute to tragic 1950s pop star Buddy Holly with a cover of his classic track 'Maybe Baby.'
Singer Nicole Scherzinger is reportedly working on new solo music months after the Pussycat Dolls' reunion tour was cancelled.