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taylor-swift-070916.jpg Taylor Swift's deposition in her ongoing court case against a Denver radio DJ who she says groped her at a meet-and-greet event in 2013 has been made public. According to Billboard, Swift was asked during her July 26 deposition to recount the incident. Subsequently, in October of 2015, Swift filed a countersuit.

coleswindell-061016.jpg Cole Swindell has released a preview of his new track "You've Got My Number." The track is pulled from his upcoming Down Home Sessions III EP. On the track the country star laments that the object of his affection hasn't returned his call despite taking his number. The EP is set for release on October 28 and he recently revealed the official track listing.

nielyoung-061616.jpg Rock legend Neil Young announced that he will release a new album on December 2. The album, titled Peace Trail will be his thirty-eighth as a solo artist. Young released the first new song off of the album, "Indian Givers," back in September. The new album will feature 10 songs in total, the bulk of which are acoustic.

Muse-102616.jpg Muse have revealed the plans for their monstrous upcoming world tour. During a recent interview at the MUSEXPO event, the band's tour director Glen Rowe explained that they may follow the Drones tour by literally floating above the audience. "It is ridiculous, but trying to dream up something more adventurous is always our challenge . . ."

imge1-091216.jpg Van Morrison has released a new live video for his track "Every Time I See A River." The track will be released as part of Morrison's recently released 36th studio release, Keep Me Singing. The album came out in September. Keep Me Singing, Morrison's debut release for Caroline Records, includes a dozen new tracks as well as a cover.

kenny-chesney-070516.jpg Kenny Chesney has revealed that he'll spend less time on the road next year. Speaking with theboot.com, the Nashville star said he needs some time to recalibrate and put his focus back on creating new music. "We're going to pull back just a little bit [from the road]," Chesney explains. "The last two years have been so intense; we've done 160 shows in an 18-month period."

anjelinajolie-092016.jpg Angelina Jolie has been cooperating with FBI agents on the alleged abuse incident between her husband Brad Pitt and one of their children. The incident took place on the couple's private plane in route from France to California. The Daily Mail reports that an anonymous source states, "The agents wanted a breakdown of everything that happened from when the plane took off . . ."

drake-070916.jpg Drake has responded on Instagram to some recent criticism against him for the lyrics of his song "Two Birds, One Stone." The rapper took shots at both Kid Cudi and Pusha T in the song, but it is the comments about Kid Cudi that have caused the uproar. Drake took the opportunity to diss Kid Cudi in response to comments he made about Drake on Twitter last month. In "Two Birds, One Stone" Drake raps "I like your old s--t, but wasn't in love with the latest."

radiohead-album-061016.jpg It has been confirmed that Radiohead will headline the NorthSide Festival in Denmark in 2017. The NorthSide Festival will be held June 9 to the 11 in Aarhus, Denmark. Tickets for the show will go on sale beginning October 28. This is the third European music festival that Radiohead has committed to play recently. The band had previously agreed to headline Glastonbury 2017 and Poland's Open'Er Festival, which will also take place in the summer of 2017.

justin-timberlake-61016.jpg Justin Timberlake recently shared a photo on Instagram that he took of himself while voting. Timberlake shared the photo in the hopes of encouraging his fans to do their civic duty, but by doing so, he may have inadvertently broken the law. Timberlake was taking part in early voting for the U.S. Presidential election in his hometown of Memphis, Tennessee. Laws on ballot selfies vary from state to state and Tennessee is one state where the practice is prohibited.

tom-petty-070916.jpg Tom Petty has revealed plans to release all of his early studio albums on vinyl. The release will be part of a collection titled The Complete Studio Albums Volume 1 and will cover his releases from 1976-91. The specific releases included in the first release from Petty will include You're Gonna Get It!, Damn the Torpedoes, Hard Promises and more.

dariusrucker-061016.jpg Darius Rucker, the former frontman of Hootie & the Blowfish, has released the video for his latest single "If I Told You." The song is from Rucker's upcoming solo album. No release date has been given so far for the as yet unnamed album. The new song was written by Ross Copperman, Shane McAnally and Jon Nite. The video for "If I Told You" is shot entirely in black and white. It begins with Rucker in a limo on his way to Capital Records.

glenn-close-102616.jpg Glenn Close is returning to her role as Norma Diamond in the Sunset Boulevard play. The three-time Tony winner will play the disillusioned silent-movie star that is poised for a comeback. The musical is an Andrew Lloyd Webber production. It will run for 16 weeks. The show will begin on February 16 in New York City at the Palace Theater. A 40-piece orchestra will accompany the play.

beyonce-070916.jpg Shirlene Quigley, a 32-year old dancer from New Jersey, has been reported missing by her family. Quigley, who has worked as a backup dancer for performers such as Beyoncé and Rihanna, was last seen boarding a bus at Port Authority early Sunday morning. Quigley's father, who resides in California, became concerned for her welfare after he had not heard from her. He and his daughter would typically talk on the phone every day.

ZZ-Top-062016.jpg ZZ Top has announced a schedule of North American tour dates for what the band has dubbed its 2017 Tonnage tour. The tour currently consists of ten shows, beginning in Greenville, South Carolina on February 19. The tour will conclude with a show in Macon, Georgia on March 14. In between, the band will make stops in Tennessee, Kentucky, Ohio, New York and Washington D.C.

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