Carrie Underwood has notched a special milestone this week, with her 100th performance at the Grand Ole Opry. Opry and Country Music Hall of Fame member Connie Smith introduced Underwood at a show on Saturday and said she's made an indelible mark on the Opry.
Ringo Starr has confirmed a string of U.S. tour dates with his All Starr Band. The fall tour will kick off with a residency at the Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino in Las Vegas. Those shows will be held between October 13-14, 17, 20-21, 24 and 27-28. They will wrap things up at the New Jersey Performing Arts Center in Newark on November 16.
Maxwell has revealed his new video for the track "Gods" and has also announced a string of tour dates. The tour is set to kick off at the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville on May 23 and will continue through June 23 when they'll wrap at the Valley View Casino Arena in San Diego.
Katy Perry has signed on to appear at the upcoming Wango Tango concert. The event is set to take place at StubHub Center in Carson, California, on May 13. Maroon 5 and One Direction's Niall Horan have also signed on for headlining performances.
Black Veil Brides will release a new album later this year according to frontman Andy Biersack.
In a series of tweets, Biersack revealed that the band is currently finalizing the mixes for the record and that it should be released in the fall.
Cole Swindell and Deirks Bentley have revealed their new video for the track "Flatliner." Swindell was a co-writer on the track and penned it with Bentley in mind. In a press statement he said their collaboration is the best of both worlds.
The former home of David Bowie and his wife Iman in New York City has hit the market. The three-bedroom, two-and-a-half-bath apartment is in the legendary Essex House building and is listed by the Corcoran Group for $6.5 million.
Prince's former backing band The New Power Generation have signed on to appear at the British Summertime Event. They will appear at the event, in London's Hyde Park, on June 30. The ensemble also recently confirmed plans to reconnect for a tribute tour.
Rick Ross and Gucci Mane have revealed plans for a new movie in the near future. Rozay opened up about the project during a recent radio interview in Atlanta and explained that production will kick off soon.
Matchbox 20 has confirmed a string of US tour dates this year with Counting Crows. Both bands confirmed the news on social media and said that they're thrilled to reconnect and hit the road together once again.
Neal McCoy has revealed that his father has passed away. He broke the news over the weekend via social media and said his father, Hubert Neal "Pete" McGaughey, will be sorely missed. "Y'all have been like a big family to me . . . Thanks for all your thoughts and prayers," McCoy said in a Facebook Live video on Satuday morning. "He's in a much better place."
Jennifer Lopez is working on new music, making the announcement that she was back in the studio via a selfie she posted to Instagram. "Back at it . . ." Lopez captioned the selfie, which sees her standing in front of a microphone while sporting studio headphones. It is unclear as to what she was recording vocals for.
Drake's new release More Life earned a whopping 600 million streams in its first week. Apple Music confirmed that they had 90 million streams in the first 24 hours out on their service alone. The new album also broke first-day and single-day stream records just recently set by Ed Sheeran. "More Life. More time with family and friends. More Life."
Former R.E.M. frontman Michael Stipe is working on a new series of books about his life. The first book in the series will be a photo-based book, Stipe has revealed. "It's the first in a series of books I'm releasing," Stipe told the Creative Independent. "This one focuses on my timeline, on the work I've done all along, all through the band and back to my early 20s."
Paul McCartney has revealed that he is currently working on a new album. He first broke the news to BBC Radio 6's Matt Everitt. "I'm making a new album, which is great fun. I'm in the middle of that," McCartney said during the interview, adding that it will be produced by Greg Kurstin. "I'm working with a producer who I first worked with two years ago on a thing . . ."