11:28 AM EDT 05/13/2015
Originally posted 05/11/2015 12:55PM
At 16, Avery Wilson won over the judges on season 3 of The Voice with his blind audition cover of David Guetta-Usher hit "Without You." He joined Team Cee Lo but was booted too soon in a battle round – but three years later, he's doing just fine.
Originally posted 02/08/2015 10:25AM
The Clive Davis's annual pre-Grammy Gala is supposed to be about celebrating artists, but at the event on Saturday evening, all hearts and minds were focused on Bobbi Kristina Brown and her delicate condition.
Originally posted 02/07/2015 04:00PM
On Feb. 11, 2013, on the day of his 37th annual Grammy party at the Beverly Hilton in L.A., legendary record executive Clive Davis received the tragic news.
Originally posted 02/06/2015 05:15PM
He's known the Houston family for over three decades – so it's not surprising that record honcho Clive Davis, 82, expressed his extreme sympathy over the Bobbi Kristina Brown tragedy at a pre-Grammys event.
Originally posted 11/25/2014 08:10AM
It was dream-scenario Monday night for Team Pharrell star DaNica Shirey on The Voice.
She sang a few bars of Whitney Houston's "I Have Nothing" to the late icon's longtime mentor, Clive Davis, who met with the Top 10 singers and gave Shirey high praise – after she sweetly confided that she'd written an 11th grade biography about Davis's life. And she'd learned to sing Whitney on a karaoke machine her late father bought her when she was 8.
Originally posted 02/22/2013 10:00AM
On a late January afternoon, Clive Davis is sitting in his wood-paneled office in Sony Music's Manhattan headquarters. Soon he'll be off to catch the opening night of his pal Barry Manilow's new Broadway show.
But right now he's gazing at his wall, which holds photos of him with just about every superstar musician through the years: Whitney Houston, Alicia Keys, Aretha Franklin.
Growing up in Brooklyn in the '30s and '40s, the legendary music mogul, now 80, was never obsessed with music – "My charts were baseball charts!" – and today sometimes even he can't believe his enormous success. "Luck played a part," he says.
Originally posted 02/19/2013 06:00PM
Clive Davis may have made headlines by revealing his bisexuality in his new memoir, but Kelly Clarkson is more concerned about what he's written in regards to her career.
"I refuse to be bullied and I just have to clear up his memory lapses and misinformation," the recent Grammy winner wrote Tuesday on WhoSay. "It feels like a violation."
In his newly released memoir The Soundtrack of My Life, Davis recalls a meeting with Clarkson that was "a very tough conversation, and it didn't get any easier when Kelly burst in to hysterical sobbing," while discussing the inclusion of "Since U Been Gone" on her second album, Breakaway.
Originally posted 02/19/2013 11:10AM
Clive Davis has had a legendary professional career in the music business. Now, at 80, he is making an intimate personal revelation – that he is bisexual.
The longtime record producer, who was married and divorced twice, has spent the past 20 years in relationships with two men – a doctor for 13 years, and an unnamed partner for the past seven – he reveals in a new memoir, The Soundtrack of My Life.
"For over 50 years I never had sex with a male. I wasn't repressed. I had very good sexual relationships with women," he tells ABC's Nightline.
Originally posted 02/08/2013 07:55AM
As the music community mourns Whitney Houston one year after her death at 48, her mentor and confidante, Clive Davis is "feeling keenly the loss" of the superstar, he told PEOPLE on Thursday at the Beverly Hilton Hotel.
Gearing up for his annual pre-Grammy gala that centered last year on Houston's memorial, Davis, 80, says at Saturday's big event, he is "going to do something to remind everybody that her talent lived among us and in so many people."
On the same night as his event, a special is airing on CBS, dedicated to the fallen diva.
Originally posted 02/18/2012 04:40PM
Whitney Houston's funeral brought the singer back to where it all began – the New Hope Baptist Church in Newark, N.J., where she performed as a child in the choir.
On Saturday, those same walls were filled with music and stories of the star who touched so many lives in her 48 years.
With tears and laughter, BeBe Winans shared memories of sitting with Houston – in her closet – preparing for her first tour. "We weren't crowded," he joked of the space. "It was as big as this church."
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