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liamgallagher-061616.jpg Liam Gallagher has compared Coldplay's Chris Martin to a vicar, according to NME. The former Oasis member recently announced his return to music in a new interview with Q magazine. He says he expects to release a new album next year. Later in the interview he criticized the current music scene.

ArethaFranklin-110909.jpg Aretha Franklin was forced to cancel a few of her concerts due to "doctor's orders," according to Rolling Stone. At the moment at least five shows have been canceled, including August 26 performance at the Wolf Trap National Park for the Performing Arts in Vienna, Virginia. Additional shows canceled include a pair of Radio City Music Hall shows.

dan-shay-070916.jpg Dan + Shay have announced their 2016 headlining tour, according to The Boot. The country singing duo, which consists of Dan Smyers and Shay Mooney, will be heading out on the road this fall with their Obsessed tour. They will play 15 shows in all and wrap up the trek on December 17 in Boston, Massachusetts.

chrisbrown-062316.jpg Chris Brown, DJ Khaled, August Alsina and Rick Ross have gotten together to shoot the music video for "Do You Mind," according to Rap-Up.com. Khaled shared a few behind-the-scenes clips of the video as previews on social media. He describes the video as "the biggest film, aka movie ever."

Fleetwood-061016.jpg Fleetwood Mac's Lindsey Buckingham was recruited by Empire Of The Sun to feature on their new LP, according to Rolling Stone. Additional artists featured on the new album titled Two Vines, include Wendy Melvoin (from Prince's Revolution band), and David Bowie collaborators Henry Hey (piano) and Tim Lefebvre (bass)

Tyler-032615.jpg Tyler Farr has debuted a new song at a recent concert that took place in Darien, New York last Friday night, according to The Boot. Serving as one of the opening acts on Brad Paisley's Life Amplified Tour he performed a song, which is most likely to be called, "I Kinda Like the Rain." He told the crowd it was the first time he was playing it live.

the-black-keys-082316.jpg Black Keys' Dan Auerbach is being sued over his contributions for a planned Howlin' Wolf documentary, according to NME. The film, which will delve into the life of the Chicago blues musician, is titled Smokestack Lightning: The Legendary Howlin' Wolf. The production company Smokestack Lightning Inc. claims Auerbach agreed to serve as the documentary's director.

RonnieDunn-080916.jpg Ronnie Dunn's upcoming album Tattooed Heart is set to feature Kix Brooks, Reba McEntire, according to Rolling Stone. The country singer is even covering the Ariana Grande song "Tattooed Heart." In all, the album will have 12 tracks, 11 of which were produced by Rascal Flatts' Jay Demarcus.

frank-ocean-062215.jpg Frank Ocean has released the music video for his new track, "Nikes," which is the lead single from the singer's sophomore album, Blonde. "I got two versions," is the first line uttered in the video, which makes several nods to hip-hop culture, society in general and Ocean's career. It also features a rapping Chihuahua and a nude female swimmer in a large tank of water.

GunsNRoses-080116.jpg Guns N' Roses have successfully wrapped their U.S. reunion tour managing to not cancel one show throughout its entirety, according to Ultimate Classic Rock. Despite Axl Rose breaking his foot, filling in for AC/DC frontman Brian Johnson, along with several other situations that could have prevented this tour from happening. Rose also has a history of tardiness.

Rihanna-061616.jpg Rihanna will release her first Fenty x Puma collection next month, her first clothing collection for Puma, where she has served as the Creative Director since 2014. While Rihanna announced on Twitter that the clothing line will be available beginning on September 6, Puma took to Instagram to offer a little more detail.

david-bowie-060816.jpg David Bowie has been memorialized with a special plaque in Berlin, Germany. The memorial plaque is placed outside the building where Bowie lived from 1976 to 1978, which has been converted into a memorial since Bowie's death in January. Bowie lived in the city during the recording process of his albums Low, Heroes and Lodger.

drake-070916.jpg Drake is clearly not a Meek Mill fan, as he blasted Mill during a performance in Mill's hometown of Philadelphia, just one day after blasting him in Washington, D.C. The "Hotline Bling" rapper changed up the lyrics to his song "Back to Back," singing "I did another one / I did another one / I even did this s**t in Philly, man, I never run."

MetallicaX-070916.jpg Metallica and Roger Waters will join Neil Young for the 30th Bridge School Benefit Concert in October. Young will perform with Promise of the Real, while Metallica, Waters, Nils Lofgren, Dave Matthews, My Morning Jacket, Norah Jones, Cage the Elephant and case/lang/viers, a new supergroup.

bonjovi-062816.jpg Jon Bon Jovi and former Bon Jovi guitarist Richie Sambora are reportedly back on speaking terms. Sambora posted a video alongside Orianthi praising Bon Jovi's new single "This House Is Not For Sale." "Congrats to all the guys on the new single! @BonJovi," he tweeted, including a video in which he says, "God bless. Good luck. Hope you guys do great . . . big love."

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