Courtney E. Smith
Courtney E. Smith
Courtney is the pop producer for Radio.com and the author of Record Collecting for Girls: Unleashing Your Inner Music Nerd, One Album At A Time. She previously worked at MTV, where she programmed mtvU and MTV2 Subterranean and created the Woodie Awards. She is proudest of her platinum plaque for her hard work on Lindsay Lohan’s album Speak. Follow her on Twitter.
Unhappy with the current lyrical state of hip-hop? So is an ad agency out of Los Angeles called Amusement Park Entertainment.
His win has been received with a bit of an eyebrow raise by some. Does he really have better style than those boldfaced fashion names he was nominated against?
Last night (Sunday, December 1), New York Magazine published a lengthy piece where Joe Jonas detailed the rise and dissolution of the Jonas Brothers.
“Maybe someday we’ll film a music video fully naked,” Wesley Stromberg deadpans. “Blink-182 did that.”
One Direction’s new album ‘Midnight Memories’ is out today and if you’re wondering what all the fuss is about or have been living under a rock that’s been sealed in a chamber and haven’t seen the light of day in three years, here’s an FAQ.
In the twist ending, no one is satisfied in this love triangle except the Italian man. So, it’s a true-to-life story.
With Kings of Leon’s new video for their song “Beautiful War”, the Brothers Followill hope to lasso in a more country contingent.
From the Carter Family to the Louvin Brothers to The Band Perry, country music is known for producing some great family bands. The Henningsens are the latest in that great tradition.
Radio.com Inside Out: How Thom Yorke Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb with Atoms For Peace
Whether it’s mellowing with age or the lack of pressure on a side project, one thing is certain: this has not been your average press cycle for Atom For Peace. We chronicle the increasingly absurd timeline.
“I am in a unique position to use my voice to affect change to this disturbing issue. The easy position would have been to walk away and leave policy making to others hoping that someone addresses the problem.”
Fans turned out en masse, some waiting for over 30 hours, to see the singer make an appearance for the store’s grand opening and the chance at a golden ticket to shop with Gaga.
The most fashionable street in New York City is, arguably, 14th Street between 9th Ave and the High Line. And for the next three days, between Stella McCartney and Donna Karan’s flagship stores, will stand ARTPOP Pop Up: A Lady Gaga Gallery.
We invited the ladies in one of our favorite bands to come be our models: Annie Hart, Heather D’Angelo and Erika Forster of Au Revoir Simone star in this season of Style Files.
Tom Parker managed to toss his microphone under the band’s riser, prompting Nathan Skyes to call him “semi-pro at best” and Siva Kaneswaran insisting he climb under and get it.
Fans know the good boys vs. bad boys marketing mythology around the bands, but their identification with uplifting vs. violent aspects of radical youth culture in the late ’60s is often forgotten.