Jack White has signed a new multi-year global agreement with Universal Music Publishing Group, which, as Variety reports, will administer his entire song catalog as a solo artist and as a member of The White Stripes, The Raconteurs, and The Dead Weather.
Harry Styles has confirmed plans for an extended world tour this year. The run will kick off on September 19 in San Francisco at The Masonic and will take him through December 8 when he'll wrap in Tokyo, Japan at the EX Theater.
Ozzy Osbourne will reportedly reconnect with his former lead guitarist Zakk Wylde for an upcoming tour. The performances will come in the form of Ozzy headlining dates, which are set to kick off July 14 at Rock USA in Oshkosh, Wisconsin.
Shania Twain has opened up about her past struggles with Dysphonia and says that she contracted the condition because of Lyme disease. The condition can cause seizing in the vocal cords and Twain opened up about the cause of hers while speaking with the Los Angeles Times.
A rare Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band album sketch from John Lennon will be auctioned off by Julien's Auctions in New York City.
The drawing was found in a sketchbook uncovered at Lennon's former home in Surrey, England, where he lived with his first wife Cynthia starting in 1964.
Ne-Yo has officially joined an investment group behind Holberton School, a two-year school for full-stack software engineers. The R&B singer will also join the school's Board of Trustees.
R.E.M. have confirmed plans for a special 25th anniversary edition deluxe reissue of their classic release Automatic for the People. The band broke news of the release via Twitter earlier this week, but thus far have not confirmed what special features will be added to the re-release.
Keith Urban's Ripcord has hit Platinum status, becoming only the second country record certified platinum by the RIAA in 2016.
"It's an extraordinary feeling," Urban tells the Tennessean. "That's all I can say. I love making music. I love writing. I love playing. I love all the things I get to do."
David Bowie's iconic Labyrinth soundtrack will be reissued on vinyl. The soundtrack features seven instrumental pieces by film composer Trevor Jones and five original songs by Bowie, notably "As the World Falls Down," "Underground," and "Magic Dance."
BET has announced a new miniseries based on the life of Bobby Brown, which reportedly features the full cooperation and involvement of Brown himself.
The new series is titled The Bobby Brown Story, a two-night, four-hour (two hours per night) event which will follow Brown through the many stages of his career.
Nickelback has shared the lyric video for their new track "Song on Fire." The track will be featured on their forthcoming new studio effort Feed the Machine, which is set for release via BMG worldwide on June 16.
Garth Brooks has added a stop in Billings, Montana to his previously confirmed slate of upcoming tour dates. The show will take place at Rimrock Auto Arena at MetraPark in Billings on June 10 at 7:30PM. Tickets for the event will go on sale May 5 at 10AM MT and a limit of eight will be enforced per customer.
Ray Davies has revealed that he plans to release more new music soon. He broke the news during a recent interview with BBC and says that he's driven to bring a sequel of his current release Americana to his fans.
The former Kinks rocker revealed that he still has about twenty unfinished songs left over from the recording sessions that produced Americana.
Bruno Mars' latest single "That's What I Like" has officially hit number one on the Billboard Pop Songs airplay chart. The hit marks the star's eighth number one track.
With "That's What I Like" achieving number one status, Mars matches Justin Timberlake's mark for the most No. 1s among male soloists in the 24-year history of the chart.
Foster The People have released a new three song EP titled III. The band has been relatively quiet since their last release in 2015 but have now offered fans some new tracks titled "Doing It for the Money," "Pay the Man" and "SHC."