Ben Folds, lead singer of Ben Folds Five, joins us the day before his New Year's Eve concert with Billy Joel in Brooklyn and explains the under appreciated upside to a capella music.
Ben Folds, lead singer of Ben Folds Five, joins HuffPost Live and talks about his decision to ditch his publicist and turn to social media for his last album.
Ben Folds, lead singer of Ben Folds Five, joins HuffPost Live to discuss how excited he is to open for Billy Joel on NYE at the Barclay Center.
Ben Folds, lead singer of Ben Folds Five talks with Ricky about why judging 'The Sing-Off' isn't like judging other talent shows.
The members of Ben Folds Five discuss the making of the music video for their song 'Do It Anyway'.
'The Sing-Off,' the unique competition series that sings a different tune and is hosted by multi-platinum recording artist Nick Lachey, returns to NBC on December 9.
This year's season will run for seven episodes, with the finale set for telecast on Monday, December 23 with a two-hour episode (9-11pm). The program showcases the country's top a cappella groups performing popular songs in ways that viewers have never heard before. 'The Sing-Off' has no lip-synching, backup bands or safety net. The groups are singing with dreams of walking away with the ultimate prize - a recording contract and $100,000.
Jewel will join the judges table this season alongside Ben Folds (Ben Folds Five) and Shawn Stockman (Boyz II Men), who are both returning.
'The Sing-Off' is produced by One Three Media (a Hearst/Mark Burnett company) along with Outlaw Entertainment and Sony Pictures Television. Mark Burnett (NBC's 'The Voice') is the executive producer. Deb Newmyer, Sam Weisman and Jane Mun are also executive produce
Watch the hazy and emotional new video for Ben Folds Five's Sky High off The Sound of the Life of the Mind.
America will never cripple Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's regime now that Costco has given his associates unfettered access to Family Pack technology.
Alternative rock trio Ben Folds Five says that their band name was supposed to be comical, but even their manager didn't think it wasn't funny.
Alternative rock group Ben Folds Five performs 'Do It Anway' off their fourth studio album, 'The Sound of the Life of the Mind.'
Paul Ryan dodges questions about Romney's tax proposal, the UN General Assembly comes to a close, and Ben Folds Five knows that their name confuses people.
The math behind how Romney can give everyone a 20-percent tax cut without bankrupting the government is way too advanced for regular folks to grasp.
Cheap prison labor leaves small manufacturers and unemployed Americans in the dust, but who else can make a toothbrush and a lunch tray into a crossbow?
You may have caught Australian singer/songwriter Kate Miller-Heidke this fall when she joined Ben Folds Five throughout their first U.S. tour in 12 years. The operatic-pop vocalist is releasing a free download of the second single from her latest al
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