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GarthBrooks1.jpg Garth Brooks had his performance in Greensboro, North Carolina broadcast at the American Music Awards on Sunday night. The country superstar played "People Loving People" in North Carolina and had the performance beamed into the Nokia Theatre in L.A. However, Brooks lost in the Favorite Country Album category to Brantley Gilbert, who won for his latest LP, Just As I Am.

LilWayne-01082010.jpg Lil Wayne has released "Start a Fire," the lead single from his upcoming album, Tha Carter V, featuring a guest spot from Christina Milan. Weezy dropped the cut hours after he and Milan debuted it during the American Music Awards. "I ran into my old thang / I told her, 'bitch, you broke my heart / But that's just growing pains / Trust me: she ain't nothing," raps Wayne.

LadyAntebellum.jpg Lady Antebellum have released a parody video of "All About That Bass" to benefit No Shave November, an effort to raise awareness and funds for cancer treatment and prevention. In a video, Lady A do an acoustic version of the Meghan Trainor hit. According to St. Jude's child hospital, No Shave November is a great way to bring attention to the cause.

rapperT-I.jpg T.I. has released "I Need War," a cut from his Hustle Gang mixtape G.D.O.D. 2. The video features Tip and Young Thug hosting an epic paintball battle. According to Complex, the visual benefits from its easygoing mood. "It looks like Thugger and Tip are having a blast on the paintball field and aren't taking themselves too seriously."

ArcadeFireandFoals-052411.jpg Will Butler of Arcade Fire will release a solo album called Policy on March 10 via Merge Records. Merge released Arcade's first album Funeral in 2004, along with their most recent record, Reflektor. Butler joined Arcade Fire a few years after his brother, Win, started the band in 2001. He plays bass, guitar and percussion.

Ladygaga2-060111.jpg The songwriter who initially claims she discovered Lady Gaga has won a $7.3 million lawsuit, according to New York Post's Page Six. Wendy Starland, a California songwriter, first found Gaga singing at The Cutting Room in Manhattan in 2006. She also claims she introduced Gaga to pop producer Robert Fusari at a meeting in New Jersey.

ArethaFranklin-110909.jpg Aretha Franklin is reportedly threatening to sue over what she claims is a "trashy" unauthorized biography about her life. David Ritz recently released the somewhat controversial biography on the Queen of Soul titled Respect on October 28. It has been said the book was in the making for 25 years.

BackTracks-09292009.jpg AC/DC have hinted that Phil Rudd may not be reuniting with the group after his recent arrest. The band's drummer was arrested for supposedly at one point hiring a hit man, but the charges were dropped due to lack of evidence. However, he will still face charges of making threats to kill and possession of the drugs methamphetamine and cannabis.

faithevans-082112.jpg Faith Evans has released a preview of her upcoming sixth studio album Incomparable. The album sampler features 90-second clips from seven of the LP's songs. Included are "Make Love" (feat. Keke Wyatt), "Incomparable," "Take Your Time," "Thank You Goodnight," "He Is," "Paradise" (feat. B Slade & Karen Clark-Sheard) and "Good Time" (feat. Problem).

NoelGallagher-050511.jpg Noel Gallagher has announced that he's available the weekend the 2015 Glastonbury festival will be taking place. The former Oasis member said if the organizers of the fest want him to play, he's free. In a recent interview with XFM, Gallagher commented on the Foo Fighters saying they would play the Worthy Farm Festival if Oasis and Prince did as well.

Springsteen-093009.jpg Brad Pitt has been outspoken about his wish to play the role of Bruce Springsteen in an upcoming biopic. The 50-year-old actor desperately wants the chance to portray the rocker in a movie, aptly titled The Boss, according to Radar Online. "Bruce has had offers before and has always turned them down, but Brad's interest has caught his attention," a source said.

FlamingLips-080211.jpg The Flaming Lips And Yoko Ono have recorded their own version of John Lennon's holiday classic, "Merry Xmas (War Is Over)." The two parties teamed up to record the song for Amazon's new playlist, "All is Bright." In the original song, which features Lennon and Ono, there is a children's choir heard in the background.

img1-070214.jpg Beach Boys singer Mike Love is planning to release his memoir in 2016. The book, tentatively called Good Vibrations: My Life as a Beach Boy, is being released to coincide with the 50th anniversary of the band's Good Vibrations album. "I've had an incredible life with a lot of triumphs, my share of heartbreak and some pretty amazing experiences," the singer said.

Coldplay-100209.jpg Coldplay's Chris Martin has revealed that Katy Perry, Nirvana and EDM inspired the track "A Sky Full Of Stars," which is featured on their latest release Ghost Stories. "I'll tell you the truth — I was listening to a lot of Katy Perry. A lot of her songs have the same chord sequence the whole time," Martin, 37, said in a new video for Beats by Dre.

carrieunderwood-051111.jpg Carrie Underwood, who announced her pregnancy at the recent CMA Awards, says that she and hockey player husband Mike Fisher found out the fetus' gender at a restaurant. Speaking with ABC, Carrie said that they didn't want to find out at the doctor's office. "It's kind of a sterile place. We got to see all the pictures and everything. It was really cool to see that . . ."