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AmyGrant-122316.jpg Amy Grant and Vince Gill have announced plans to bring 12 days of Christmas shows to the Ryman in Nashville this year. The couple played ten sold-out shows at the legendary venue a year ago and have upped the ante this year to hit that special number for the holidays.

NoelGallagher-092517.jpg Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds are set for a headlining performance at the upcoming Tramlines festival. The fest is set to take place in Sheffield's Hillsborough Park between July 20 and 22 and this year will also feature a headlining performance by Stereophonics.

RickSpringfield-113017.jpg Rick Springfield has opened up about his struggles with depression. The rock icon has been vocal about his bouts with the condition and even admitted that he has considered suicide as recently as this year.

BlackSabbath-061016.jpg Tony Iommi has revealed that he wants to start writing music again. The guitar icon has opened up about his future following the retirement of Black Sabbath and says he still has more to give as a songwriter.

common-062716.jpg BRIC has announced that hip-hop star and academy-award winning actor Common will be opening the 2018 BRIC music festival Celebrate Brooklyn!

AdamLambert-112816.jpg Adam Lambert has revealed that fans can expect new music from him this year. Speaking with fans during a Q&A session via Twitter, the pop star said that he's still pretty early in the process but fans can definitely expect a release before the year's out.

PeterBuck-021618.jpg Former R.E.M. guitarist Peter Buck has formed a new band with Joseph Arthur. The new band is appropriately named Arthur Buck and the latter says they connected after Arthur played a festival near Buck's home in Baja, Mexico.

HunterHayes-0062817.jpg Hunter Hayes debuted his new video/mini-movie titled "Pictures" on Valentine's Day. The film includes the videos for the tracks "You Should Be Loved," "More" and "This Girl." Hayes helped debut the mini movie at a Regal Cinema in Nashville.

journey-the-band-101916.jpg Journey's Jonathan Cain says that it is time to make peace after feuding with Neal Schon for the better part of the last year, stemming from an incident in which Cain took members of the group to the White House and posed for photos with Donald Trump.

JermaineDupri-021318.jpg The 25th anniversary of the So So Def record label will be celebrated this summer with the release of a new compilation album, So So Def 25. So So Def 25, which will be available as a digital album and a 12" vinyl collector's edition, will feature hits, iconic remixes and deep cuts from the Atlanta label's catalog.

slipknot-ipad-061016.jpg Corey Taylor says that he is writing new music for the next Slipknot album, adding that it will absolutely be released next year.

Olddomonion-080817.jpg Old Dominion has climbed the No. 1 spot on Billboard's Country Airplay Chart, giving the group its fourth No. 1 hit. The band achieved the feat as "Written in the Sand" ascended two places, after recording an 11 percent increase to 40.9 million impressions, according to Nielsen Music.

Rolling-stones-062116.jpg The Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum, housed inside Municipal Auditorium in downtown Nashville, will host a new Rolling Stones exhibit beginning on March 29.

justin-timberlake-61016.jpg Justin Timberlake has grabbed the top spot on the Billboard 200 chart with his new release Man of the Woods. The release hit the top with 293,000 equivalent album units moved last week, 242,000 of which were traditional album sales.

ChristinaAguilera-100209.jpg Christina Aguilera stripped all the way down for a new photoshoot, which she shared on Instagram earlier this week. In the black-and-white photo set, Aguilera is seen in three different shots, one of which she is leaning out of the tub completely, covering her lady parts with her arms and the mountains of bubbles. The caption is a simple water drop emoji.

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