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prince-012210.jpg  Minnesota police have confirmed that Prince was in possession of prescription drugs at the time of his death. The rock legend was found dead in an elevator at his Paisley Park home/business compound earlier this month. Authorities have carried out a post mortem but thus far no official cause of death has been revealed.

kiss-110209.jpg Ace Frehley has debuted the video for his new track "Fire and Water," featuring a guest performance by Paul Stanley. Frehley opened up on the track in an official statement and says that he's thrilled to reconnect with his former KISS bandmate. "It was great working with Paul again," said Frehley.

img1-070414.jpg Both P.O.D. and Sevendust will headline the upcoming Laconiafest this summer. The fest is set to take place over nine days in Laconia, New Hampshire from June 11-19. The event comes as part of the 93rd annual Laconia Motorcycle Week.

Rihanna-011416.jpg Rihanna and Calvin Harris have hooked up for a new song called "This Is What You Came For," set to land on April 29. The song may feature on Harris's upcoming record, as it's not featured on Rihanna's latest, ANTI, which landed in January. "@Rihanna and @CalvinHarris team up again for "This Is What You Came For". Look out for the new track this Friday!" Roc Nation tweeted.

dangelomichael-050713.jpg D'Angelo offered up his own tribute to Prince earlier this week. The performance came on The Tonight Show and saw D'Angelo taking on a rendition of the track "Sometimes It Snows in April." As expected, D'Angelo put his own twist on the track changing the lyrics to namecheck the Purple One himself.

Aerosmith-01192010.jpg Joe Perry has teamed up with Pitbull to record the track "Bad Man" for the NBA playoffs. The track will appear in a commercial that will run throughout the playoffs and comes just before Perry drops his new solo album. He recently opened up on his debut single "I'll Do Happiness," which features singer Terry Reid.

ariana-grande-042114.jpg Both Ariana Grande and Nicki Minaj were honored at the recent Time 100 Gala. Grande performed a stripped down rendition of "Problem," along with her new song "Leave Me Lonely" and the title track from her forthcoming album, Dangerous Woman, which is due out on May 20. She wore a ruffled black dress for the occasion.

AliceCoopers.jpg Alice Cooper says that there was a time when Prince would not stop trying to steal his guitarist Orianthi. "The only real relationship we ever had was he kept trying to steal Orianthi out of my band," he told Billboard.

Kesha-111915.jpg Ke$ha has revealed that she has returned to the studio to commence work on new music. The pop queen hit the stage at Coachella earlier this month with producer Zedd and has now released a photo of the duo working together in the studio.

ScottMccreery-112511.jpg Scotty McCreery has offered up his own personal tribute to the late Merle Haggard, covering the classic track "Mama Tried" during a show at the Grand Ole Opry. McCreery hit the legendary stage on April 12 and offered up the famed track much to the crowd's approval.

Blink-101309.jpg Travis Barker has revealed that he is currently working on new music with Andre 3000. The drummer broke news of their forthcoming collaboration via Instagram earlier this month, sharing a photo of the two at Coachella. He also shared the note, "Gonna make music very soon with this legend."

dollyparton-010612.jpg Dolly Parton says that she will not be cancelling the Greensboro, North Carolina stop of her Pure & Simple Tour, despite the state's new anti-LGBTQ law. "I have no plans to cancel the show," Parton tells the Winston-Salem Journal.

CraigMorgan-032511.jpg Craig Morgan has announced that his upcoming ninth studio album will be titled A Whole Lot More To Me, which is due out June 3. Morgan co-produced the new album with Byron Gallimore (Tim McGraw, Faith Hill, Lee Ann Womack). "I've got a renewed energy with this record," he says of the project.

mumford-030411.jpg Mumford and Sons were joined by Baaba Maal and The Very Best during a recent edition of Later . . . With Jools Holland. The appearance came in support of the British rockers' new mini-album, Johannesburg, which features both of the special guest acts. The appearance came at a busy time for Mumford and Sons, who also paid tribute to Prince.

BillyCorgan-031411.jpg Billy Corgan has joined the growing list of artists and musicians who have paid their tribute and respects to the late Prince. Corgan recruited touring bandmate Sierra Swan for an acoustic cover of Prince's "The Cross" during a backstage VIP performance of Smashing Pumpkins' acoustic-electro In Plainsong tour.

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