- Watch Stephen Colbert's All-Star Goodbye to 'The Colbert Report' But it was a bit "Hollywood" for the avowed conservative.
- George Harrison, Bee Gees to Receive GRAMMY Lifetime Achievement Awards Buddy Guy, Flaco Jimenez, the Louvin Brothers, Wayne Shorter and Pierre Boulez are also among the award winners.
- Willie Nelson, Bob Dylan, Lou Reed, ABBA Among 2015 GRAMMY Hall of Fame Inductees Hank Williams, Neil Young, Bonnie Raitt, Aaron Neville and Chic are also among the artists who will have their songs and albums inducted into the 2015 GRAMMY Hall of Fame.
- An Animated Questlove Chases Patti LaBelle and Fried Chicken: Watch In a new animated series for OkayPlayer, Questlove tell us a story like no other: ongoing attempts to get Patti LaBelle to cook him some of her legendary soul food.
- Watch Stephen Colbert Attempt to Sell Michael Stipe at a Yard Sale Stipe played a cameo as "elf on the shelf" or, as Colbert introduced him, Stipe on a shelf.
- Joan Jett to Open for The Who Her already great year just got even better.
- Paul McCartney Talks Video Games with Jon Stewart: Watch Paul McCartney showed up on the 'Daily Show' to talk his video game history.
- Madonna Denies Supposed Album Leak As Stolen 'Unfinished Demos,' 'Form of Terrorism' Madonna has denied that a purported album leak of hers is truly an album and not just unfinished demos.
- Lorde, Skrillex, Rick Astley & Many More Attempt to Write the Greatest Song Ever: Watch What happens when you assemble 40 musicians in hopes of writing the greatest song ever? Apparently the answer is sketch comedy.
- Sting Sought Childhood Memories as Inspiration for Broadway Role Sting turned to his hometown of Wallsend, England, to find motivation for the lead role in the Broadway production of his album, 'The Last Ship.'
- Watch a Mashup of Darlene Love's 'Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)' 'Letterman' Performances She sings the song on "Late Show with David Letterman" every December.
- Top 14 Quotes from Radio.com's Video Interviews Here are 14 favorite interviews that Radio.com had on camera in 2014, from Jimmy Page talking about encouraging Robert Plant to write lyrics, to Ice-T lamenting the current state of hip-hop.