Little PSY going solo
The impish boy who showed off his dance moves alongside PSY in "Gangnam Style" is hoping to go viral, too.
The 7-year-old nicknamed "Little PSY" is releasing an electro pop song next week through iTunes. The boy, whose real name is Hwang Min-woo, says he wants to gain global fame like his "big brother," PSY.
Min-woo performed at a news conference in South Korea on Wednesday. He is the latest recruit in the increasingly global K-pop industry.
Meanwhile, the big PSY has released a "Gangnam Style" remix and is continuing his worldwide tour. The video released on YouTube in July has a record 1.39 billion views.
Mindy McCready's time in Nashville was filled with music, and her memorial service in Music City reflected that.
Old friends Bryan White, Lorrie Morgan and Bekka Bramlett sang for McCready, and family members spoke about her difficulties and triumphs during the hour-long remembrance Wednesday at the Cathedral of the Incarnation.
The Nashville memorial attended by about 200 came two weeks after her funeral in her hometown of Fort Myers, Fla.
McCready shot herself last month on the front porch of the home she once shared with her fiance, David Wilson, in Heber Springs, Ark., authorities have said. That's the same spot where Wilson, the father of her second son, committed suicide a month earlier.
The Grammy Museum in Los Angeles will put up its third salute to a Beatle with the June 12 opening of "Ringo: Peace and Love," billed as "the first major exhibition to explore the life of Ringo Starr."
Museum officials have gathered previously unpublished photos, correspondence and film footage as well as iconic items from Starr's career.
"Ringo: Peace and Love" will run through November and then tour cities to be announced.