Cee Lo Green

Blake Shelton, ‘The Voice’ Season 4 Is ‘Target on My Back’
Blake Shelton, ‘The Voice’ Season 4 Is ‘Target on My Back’
When "The Voice" returns on March 25, all eyes will be on the four judges, especially the pair who will be new to viewers, as Shakira and Usher replace Cee Lo Green and Christina Aguilera, both of whom bowed out of the fourth season. Blake Shelton acknowledges that things are different now that he and Adam Levine are the two remaining this time around...
‘The Voice’ Connecticut School Shooting Tribute: Judges and Contestants Perform in Memory of Victims
‘The Voice’ Connecticut School Shooting Tribute: Judges and Contestants Perform in Memory of Victims
YouTube As the nation tries to cope with the Dec. 14 massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Ct., judges and finalists from "The Voice" made sure that the victims -- 20 young students and six staff members -- were honored during last night's (Dec...
Blake Shelton: ‘The Voice’ Third Season Is ‘Too Much’ Too Soon
Blake Shelton: ‘The Voice’ Third Season Is ‘Too Much’ Too Soon
Blake Shelton will once again be part of NBC's "The Voice," when the show returns for its third season later this year. The country superstar says he and his fellow mentors have agreed to return, but he's urging network executives to consider the ramifications of doing two seasons a year, since taping a third season so soon after the second puts a serious crimp in the tour schedules of h
Grammy 2011 Nominees
Grammy 2011 Nominees
The 2011 Grammy Awards nominations are out, and Nashville has cause to celebrate. Lady Antebellum lead the country pack with six nominations, including three in the major all-genre categories. The trio are nominated for Best Country Performance By a Duo or Group With Vocals, Song of the Year, Best Country Song, Best Country Album, Album of the Year and Record of the Year -- all for their mega-hit,
Zac Brown Plans ‘Urban Collaboration’ Album
Zac Brown Plans ‘Urban Collaboration’ Album
The Zac Brown Band are famous for creating their own wonderful musical melange, blending country, rock, folk and pop. So it's no surprise that lead singer Zac Brown is eager to throw even more into the group's mix. When we asked Zac at a recent AOL Sessions taping whom he'd love to record with, he brought up Cee Lo Green, the R&B rapper/singer best known as half of Gnarls Barkley and for his